10 greatest, timeless, classic love stories of all time

देखा तुम्हे तो होश उद गए..!!
प्यार, इश्क़ ,मोहब्बत, love -the most beautiful words in their respective languages. Then, what is love? A sensation, a strong attraction, personal attachment or simply carefulness? It is something that can’t be defined, it must be experienced. So far, we have seen and heard of so many great love stories.
That is why love story book is always special to us. It takes us into a totally different world, where we feel what protagonists of the book feel, we desire what they desire. Sometimes it melts your heart, makes you cry like a child and other times, it really pleases your senses and leaves that warm lasting feeling in your heart. Whether you are blissfully in love or in search for that special someone, romantic love stories always make a wonderful companion to feel that charisma of love. Thus, these books are a must have.
Without further ado, here we’re highlighting the 10 greatest, timeless, classic love stories ever written. Many of them have been made into movies also. Have you read all the books on this list? No? Then what are you waiting for? Just pick one and start reading!
And of course, feel free to add your thoughts in comments! What did we miss? What book isn’t worth being included? We want to know!



1.Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
2.Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
3.Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë
4.Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
5.Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
6.The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
7.Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
8.Anna Karenina Leo Tolstoy
9.Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James
10.Love Story by Erich Segal


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