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Romantic Love Stories to tell your Girlfriend

There are many romantic love stories to tell your girlfriend - stories that will bring romance and passion to your life. They act as amazing recipes to give an interesting twist to your relation. Lovers often look for great ideas to woo their beloved. Romantic stories act as a great savor for the lovers. You will find great motivation or inspiration in these love stories. Moreover, the characters become a real example of outstanding love and passion. So, if you are looking for that great start, head for a fascinating romantic story.



Love often requires attention. You have to work hard to keep it going. Love stories remain the most effective means of adding a special touch to your love life. Take help of these great literary works to pamper her and show how deeply you love her. These are some of the immortal love stories that will always be there to help you out in moments of despair and agony.

 

Top Romantic stories to tell your Girlfriend

  1. Pride and Prejudice: This is indeed the most fascinating literary work of Jane Austen. The characters portray the ideal examples of love. Darcy and Elizabeth are a much talked couple in the book. Both of them share different tastes and belong to different status. Darcy belongs to a affluent business family, whereas Elizabeth belongs to the a medium income group family. But, both of them shared one thing in common. They loved each other dearly and despite some initial hurdles finally united.
     
  2. Pocahontas and John Smith: This is the most unusual love stories heard so far. Pocahontas was an Indian princess, whereas John was an English man. Pocahontas saved this man's life from the clutches of Indians. Powhatan, her father later adopted John as his son. This incident was responsible for bringing them close. Pocahontas after this incident frequently visited John's fort. One fine day, she was told that he was dead. Later, she was taken in prison by Sir Samuel Argali. She decided to become Christian after this incident and decided to change her name to Rebecca. Later, she married John Rolfe. After eight years, she finally met John Smith but that was their last meeting.
     
  3. Marie Curie and Pierre Curie: Marie Curie, you all know, was responsible for a major discovery. Marie was a great student and this attracted the attention of Pierre Curie. They wed locked in 1895. In 1898, they discovered polonium and radium. In 1903, this discovery earned them a Nobel Prize. This great partnership won another Nobel for Chemistry. World will always remember their great contribution in years to come. It is indeed an incredible love story world has seen so far.

 

Romantic Bestsellers for Women

 

A Long time ago and essentially true by Brigid Pasulka
This is one of the modern romantic best sellers, which is magical sometimes and also heartbreaking. The plot weaves together two stories. It speaks about an unforgettable love affair.


The Coral Thief by Rebecca Scott
This is the writer's first novel. The plot is a provocative mixture of suspense, history, and philosophy.


Water, Stone, Heart: A Novel by Will North
This is the story of Andrew Stratton who is more of a logical person than emotional. He dwells more in his head than heart. The story speaks of his wife leaving him for another man and how he deals with it. With vivid description, the writer has sketched out the dormant emotional side of Andrew's nature.


Love and Summer by William Trevor
This story speaks about a romance and frustrations of the people in a small Irish town, on a long summer month. The readers are taken to a different world of feelings and emotions. Needless to stay there are emotional extremes. You get to see several facets of the love here.


Women who have a penchant for reading can search up the internet gather some fantastic romantic stories. These stories combine romance with philosophy, humor, wit and deep emotions, that makes them all a must read. You can download them from the net or buy them from a book shop. Given below are some of the best modern romantic stories for women of all age.

  1. Exposure by Susan Andersen
  2. Getting Rid of Bradley by Jennifer Crusie
  3. Wild at Heart by Patricia Gaffney
  4. Bond of Blood by Roberta Gellis
  5. The Rainbow Season by Lisa Gregory
  6. If You Believe by Kristin Hannah
  7. Eternally Yours by Brenda Jackson
  8. Indigo by Beverly Jenkins
  9. Anyone but You by Jennifer Crusie
  10. Highland Velvet by Jude Deveraux
  11. To Love and to Cherish by Patricia Gaffney
  12. The Wedding by Julie Garwood
  13. Alinor by Roberta Gellis
  14. Finders Keepers by Fern Michaels
  15. Simple Jess by Pamela Morsi
  16. Fancy Pants by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
  17. Dearly Beloved by Mary Jo Putney
  18. Warrior's Woman by Johanna Lindsey
  19. Angel Rogue by Mary Jo Putney
  20. One Perfect Rose by Mary Jo Putney
  21. Duncan's Bride by Linda Howard
  22. Sleeping Beauty by Judith Ivory
  23. Mistress by Amanda Quick
  24. Carnal Innocence by Nora Roberts
  25. Silk and Shadows by Mary Jo Putney
  26. Heart of a Falcon by Francis Ray
  27. The Outsider by Penelope Williamson
  28. Something Wicked by Jo Beverley
  29. Mirror Image by Sandra Brown
  30. The Sherbrooke Bride by Catherine Coulter
  31. Lord of the Storm by Justine Davis
  32. Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
  33. The Wives of Bowie Stone by Maggie Osborne
  34. Walking after Midnight by Karen Robards

There are many other romantic stories for women that will make up for a good read! To conclude, romantic stories to tell your girlfriend have the power to create a sensation in your relation. They promise to give an exciting turn to your relation. So, when you are in need of that wonder, look for a fascinating love story.

We wish you luck for your love life!


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