5 Romantic Books: Classic Gift Ideas for Your Bibliophile Valentine

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Romantic Books for Valentine’s Day, Valentine’s Day 2012When you decide to present a romantic book to your lover as Valentine’s Day gift, his romantic mood will last over the next few days. You can make your boyfriend read fictional or true love stories to maintaining romantic spark in your love life.

An increase is also noted in the number of modern people reading classic and modern romantic books. You also have options to choose from a wide variety of love stories. In addition to classics like Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell, Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, you also have options to choose a number of romantic novels considered as modern classics.

Romantic Books for Valentine’s Day, Valentine’s Day 2012Love Story by Eric Segal:  The 1970 classics written by Erich Segal are still popular among the modern readers. The love story of Oliver Barrett IV, a rich Harvard student and Jenny Cavilleri, a poor Radcliffe student, has made many people cry. Many readers even requested the author to change the climax of the novel. But the story of a boy and a girl belonging to different family backgrounds and sharing different interests and passions still impresses the modern reader. The classic love story of unconditional commitment and sacrifice will definitely complement the Valentine’s Day spirit of your sweetheart.

Romantic Books for Valentine’s Day, Valentine’s Day 2012Twilight by Stephanie Meyer: There are many people who show interest in reading the books published under Twilight series after watching the movies. The love story of 17 year old Isabella Swan and her pale classmate is considered by many readers as a modern classic. A reader is also impressed with the strange attraction felt by the girl towards a vampire. Both of them fully realized the danger of being together and forming a romantic bond, but their emotional feelings make them overcome all these obstacles and negativities. Your lover will definitely love to read the love story in original after watching the movies.

Romantic Books for Valentine’s Day, Valentine’s Day 2012The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks: The book is popular among modern readers due to its unique charm. The love story of Noah Calhoun, who has recently returned from the World War II and a beautiful girl he met before fourteen years is very much effective in keeping the reader engaged. There chance meeting and reunion is described by the author through a number of flashbacks. The man is admitted in a nursing home and is telling his love story to a nurse. The book has all the ingredients to take your beloved on a trip down the memory lane on this Valentine’s Day.

Romantic Books for Valentine’s Day, Valentine’s Day 2012PS, I Love You by Cecelia Ahern: This book will definitely remind your lover about the value of commitment and sincerity in a romantic relationship. The love story of Holly and Gerry, childhood sweethearts grew up to become an ideal couple, comes to an end with the sudden death of Gerry. But the devastated Holly is again revisited by Garry through his bundle of notes. The notes help Holly in rebuilding her life to meet the wishes and expectation of her only love. Your boyfriends will definitely appreciate your feelings after reading the individual notes, as each note signed as “PS, I Love You”.

Romantic Books for Valentine’s Day, Valentine’s Day 2012The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger:  The magical love story of Clare and Henry describes the struggle of a woman to cope with his periodically resetting genetic clock. The two lovers were married when he was thirty and she was twenty-two. But Henry was the first person diagnosed with Chrono-Displacement Disorder. His genetic clock is reset at periodic intervals taking suddenly into his past and future. The novel describes the passionate love of the two individuals for each other and how they cope with his disappearances and other experiences.

 

3 Responses

    • sweta

      February 11, 2012 12:05 am

      love all the books but problem of most of the stories mentioned above have sad endings…wish could take out few pages of those books and add my version of ending to them…never the less they are classics…

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    • Gurudutta

      February 11, 2012 8:18 am

      If you have seen the Brad Pitt starrer “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008)”, the story is almost identical. But the theme and situations are entirely unique and feels like a fairy tale.

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