8 Most Romantic Novels Ever Written
Romantic novels are the staple source of fiction reading for most teenage girls and women. Almost every woman has read Mills and Boons in her life, at least once. The way these 8 bestselling novels have been written, make them timeless classics of the romance genre.
1. Nobody's baby but mine
What is a woman on the wrong side of 30 to do if she doesn't have a partner but desperately wants a kid of her own? This is a question many urban modern women of today will relate with and this is exactly the premise for the lead character of this romantic comic novel.
2. Wuthering heights
The title of this book is named after the fictional manor in which the tragic eternal love story takes place. This novel has topped many a list of the best romantic books ever for it showcases the love, longing, pain and suffering of all the characters beautifully. This is Emily Bronte at her finest.
3. Love Story
When you talk of romantic novels, you just cannot miss out on this epic novel by author Erich Segal. Love Story was also made into a movie which was also as hit with the audience as it was as a book.
4. The Notebook
Evergreen romance is artfully depicted in both, the movie as well as the paperback versions of The Notebook. Nicholas Sparks is a master storyteller of romantic dramas wherein there is a conflict, but eventually, the couple beat all odds and be together until death does them apart.
5. A tale of two cities
Charles Dickens was a classic novelist who wasn't really known for writing on romance. However, this book changed that image about him for "A tale of two cities" depicted a delicate love triangle that blossomed in the warring times of the French Revolution. The story will move you to tears, especially the end.
6. Gone with the wind
Whoever has not heard of Rhett and Scarlett is surely living under a rock. This fictional couple has been immortalized in the movie form; a movie that figures in the top 10 list of the best ones ever. The novel sets this story during the harsh times that prevailed in America after the Civil War.
7. Anna Karenina
Leo Tolstoy is most famed for this novel about a passionate and sophisticated lady called Anna and how she deals with her family issues. Most romantic best sellers end in tragedy, and so does this.