Top 10 Most Romantic Novels
Romance has always been an integral part of literature. A romantic novel is part of a fictional genre in which the prime focus of the writer is to narrate the romance and relationship between two people who are immensely in love with each other. Although most romantic novels are emotionally satisfying because of their happy endings, it is not compulsory that every novel in this genre end on a happy note, as some of the most famous ones have dramatically sad endings. If you want to experience and explore the power of love, you must read a good romantic novel at least once in your lifetime.
Morning Glory by Lavyrle Spencer
This is a compelling story of passion, which explores the love between Will Parker and Eleanor Dinsmore, and the deception of the people in their surroundings. It will definitely set your heart free, and help you tap into the deep compassion you feel for your loved one.
Forever and a Day by Delilah Marvelle
This is a beautiful story of two lovers who are separated because of social boundaries, narrating how they manage to meet each other despite all the hurdles.
Paradise by Judith McNaught
This is the story of a socialite heiress, Meredith Bancroft, who marries Matt Ferrell secretly and face trouble because of the society.
Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
This is the story of Scarlett and Rhett, and their love affair set against the backdrop of the American civil war. It is considered one of the best romantic novels in history.
If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern
The mother of a six-year-old child, Elizabeth falls in love with a man who is invisible; this is a moving story about the power of love.
A Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Devereaux
This is the story of Dougless Montgomery, who was deserted near Nicholas Stafford’s tomb. In the 20th century, he is reincarnated to clear the accusations on his family, during which time he falls in love with a girl.
The Mischief of the Mistletoe by Lauren Willig
This is a romantic comedy which will make you laugh and provide a good dosage of romance at the same time.
Flowers from the Storm by Laura Kinsale
Duke of Jerveaux, Christian Langland, meets with Maddy, who falls in love with him because of his kindness and heroic voice.
Dream Man by Linda Howard
This is the love story of a detective, Dane Hollister, who falls in love with Marlie Keen, who is assisting him in a case. A thoroughly enjoyable romantic novel.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
This is the story of the Bennet daughters, set in an English society where the social norms of 19th century England prevail. It focuses on the romance between Elizabeth and Darcy.