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Classic Romances to Love Again

These classic romances get better with every read!

Austen, Jane
Pride and Prejudice
Walls built on first impressions come tumbling down as love intertwines the lives of two strangers.
 
Bronte, Charlotte
Jane Eyre
A troubled youth, blossoming into womanhood, finds love on a quest of self discovery.
 
Bronte, Emily
Wuthering Heights
Examine the thin line between love and hate as love maliciously consumes young lovers.
 
Byatt, A.S.
Possession
A story of 2 researchers who discover a hidden love affair between the people they are researching. This link pulls the pair together in ways neither could imagine.
 
Esquivel, Laura
Like Water for Chocolate
After intervention by her mother, a young Mexican woman appeals to her lover the only way she can-through her passionate cooking.
 
McCullough, Colleen
The Thorn Birds
A story of forbidden love unfolds as a Maggie and her lifelong relationship with her priest, Father Ralph de Bricassart, becomes romantic.
 
Mitchell, Margaret
Gone With the Wind
An unforgettable love story that chronicles the survival of love through the hardship of war.
 
Montgomery, L.M.
Anne of the Island
A coming of age story portraying the joys and hardships of life as Anne Shirley transitions from her rural roots to bustling college life.
 
Pasternak, Boris
Doctor Zhivago
A tragic story of a post revolutionary Russian soldier's quest for the most basic human need-love.
 
Tolstoy, Leo
Anna Karenina
Leaving her loveless marriage, a woman follows her heart to another. However, she must endure the scrutiny of 19th century Russia.
 

Updated: June 18, 2009