It feels like there is something simply magical about finding a genuinely fantastic book. Some book that you just can’t put down and the one you stay up half the night reading that book.
But, we’re here to make that easier for you with our choice of best five love books which you will wish to read them more times. Best five love books for all those that the love is the most important thing in their lives. Or simply, if you are book lover, you must read these books.
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Best five love books:
1. O, Juliet
Before Juliet Capelletti lie two futures: a traditionally loveless marriage to her father’s business partner, or the fulfillment of her poetic dreams, inspired by the great Dante. Unlike her beloved friend Lucrezia, who looks forward to her arranged marriage into the Medici dynasty, Juliet has a wild, romantic imagination that takes flight in the privacy of her bedchamber and on her garden balcony.
Her life and destiny are forever changed when Juliet meets Romeo Monticecco. Romeo was a soulful young man who was seeking peace between their warring families. Romeo was a dreamer who is unstoppable, once he determines to capture the heart of the remarkable woman foretold in his stars.
2. My Life in France
My Life in France is an autobiography by Julia Child, published in 2006. It was compiled by Julia Child and Alex Prud’homme, her husband’s grandnephew, during the last eight months of her life, and completed and published by Prud’homme following her death in August 2004.
This book is about the things that Julia loved most in her life, which was: her husband, France, and the “many pleasures of cooking and eating.” It’s a collection of linked autobiographical stories, mostly focused on the years between 1948 and 1954, recounting in detail the culinary experiences Julia and her husband, Paul Child, enjoyed while living in Paris, Marseille, and Provence.
This book tells the true story of Katherine de Roet, born the daughter of a minor Flemish herald, later knight. Katherine has no obvious prospects, except that her sister is a waiting-woman to Queen Philippa, wife of King Edward III, and the fiancée of Geoffrey Chaucer, then a minor court official. By virtue of this connection, Katherine meets and marries Sir Hugh Swynford of Lincolnshire and gives birth to a daughter, Blanchette, and a son, Thomas.
4. Anna Karenina
Trapped in a loveless marriage, Anna Karenina succumbs to temptation and embarks on a dangerous affair with the handsome Vronsky. Tragedy unfolds amid the canvas of 19th-century Russia, in the most famous of doomed love stories. A memorable and enduring classic.
5. Love Story
Love Story is romantic and funny yet tragic. It is the tale of two college students whose love enables them to overcome the adversities they encounter in life: Oliver Barrett IV, a Harvard jock and heir to the Barrett fortune and legacy, and Jennifer Cavilleri, the quick-witted daughter of a Rhode Island baker. Oliver (Ollie) was expected to assume control of his father’s business empire, while Jennifer (Jenny), a music major studying at Radcliffe College planning to study in Paris.
From very different worlds, Oliver and Jenny are immediately attracted to each other and their love deepens. The story of Jenny and Ollie is a story of two young people who come from two separate worlds and are joined together in the unlikeliest of ways.