Love, feelings, passion and relationships are very easy to experience, however, very difficult to express in words. Whether you are in a relationship or looking for true love, there is nothing like an amorous tale which makes a person’s stomach flutter and set the heart on fire. You would find huge number of romantic novels these days. Below is the list of the top 10 romance novels of all time:

Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell

This 1936 novel is the most popular novels of all time. It tells us the story of a headstrong girl Scarlet O’Hara who fights for her love and for preserving her family’s plantation during the Civil War and Reconstruction Era.

Gone With the Wind

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

In this novel, you would find the heroine being swept off her feet by Maxim de Winter, a dashing widower. Orphaned and working for a lady as her maid, she finds it difficult to believe her luck when a sudden marriage proposal comes her way from that dashing widower. However, when she arrives at his huge country estate after her marriage and honeymoon, then she has to face many painful struggles against her husband’s first dead wife.

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

This 1813 novel has been a huge hit since several years. The main protagonist “Elizabeth Bennet” has her own ideals of relationships, love, marriage and manners which clash with the nineteenth century English society. She has many unpleasant encounters due to her independent mindset. However, she gradually develops a very odd chemistry with Mr Darcy, who is a very class conscious and proud bachelor.

Love Story by Erich Segal

This is a 1970 romantic, funny and tragic novel which has gained huge success in such a short span of time. It tells about the story of two college students whose love is so strong that they try to overcome the various adversities which they encounter in their life. However, destiny has something else in store for them as one of them dies leaving the other.

It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover

This novel has a powerful and unexpected story which follows the main protagonist, Lily, through the turbulent stages of an abusive relationship.

It Ends with Us

Me before You by Jojo Moyes

This novel is based on a modern love story where two people who have nothing in common meet each other. This love story shows how love can actually blossom even in the most unexpected places, in spite of adversity and hardship.

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

This is one of the most heart wrenching novel, yet beautifully written. This novel is full of complex characters where most of the characters are connected through sadness and some are full of hatred either for themselves or for others.

Just Kids by Patti Smith

This novel doesn’t have the most conventional love story, however, it is definitely brimming with all the sparks, passion, adventure and butterflies you would expect from any modern romance. Along with the intimate love story of two lovers, this novel also gives a firsthand account of the “New York City” in the late 60’s and 70’s.

The French Lieutenant’s Woman by John Fowles

In this novel, a Victorian gentleman has been engaged to a suitable and wealthy woman. However, when he gets to encounter a beautiful and mysterious woman, he is utterly smitten by her. This mysterious woman is rumoured to be the French lieutenant’s forsaken lover.

The French Lieutenant’s Woman

The Thorn Birds by Colleen Mc Cullough

In this novel you would find a forbidden love between a priest and a beautiful and headstrong young girl. You will laugh and cry while reading this fabulous love story.