shayarisms4lovers mar18 02 - The Top 10 Greatest Love Stories Of All Time (Prepare To Swoon!)

The Top 10 Greatest Love Stories Of All Time (Prepare To Swoon!)

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These will definitely give you the feels. (Kleenex, anyone?)

When you think of the best, most romantic love stories of all time, there are probably a few classics that pop in your head immediately.

Whether they’re from more modern books and movies like The Notebook or Titanic, or classic tales featuring some of the most famous couples in history from plays or novels like Romeo and Juliet and Pride and Prejudice. Those stories of romantic love are full of so much passion and are so epic it makes you dream of your own Prince (or Princess) Charming sweeping you off of your feet.

If you have a special someone, think back to the memories that nearest and dearest to your heart — the moment you first met, your first date, your first kiss, the first time you said, “I love you” — all of those moments are part of your own epic love story. And you still have so many chapters to play out.

Having your own special love story is amazing, but there’s something about curling up with one of the best books to read that can really make you swoon.

The passion and emotions seem to just lift off of the page and you are caught up with the characters in their story. There can be sweet pages with lots of gushy but totally heart-filled declarations of love, and pages filled with problems that the couple has to miraculously overcome in the most romantic way.

You may even fall for some of the characters. But whether you are looking for that special someone or you’re already blissfully in love, these ageless classics know just how to pull on those heartstrings.

So, jump under the covers, turn down the lights, and tuck into the best love stories and most sought-after love stories from novels of all time, along with the most romantic love quote and a fun fact from each.

1. Wuthering Heights, by Emily Brontë

One of the heart-wrenching classics written in the vein of the “lost love can turn a good man evil” trope, Brontë’s first and only novel was& published in 1847 under the pseudonym “Ellis Bell.”

This timeless love story takes us back to 1802, at a remote farmhouse in the Yorkshire moorlands dubbed Wuthering Heights. Our leading man Heathcliff grows to become best friends with his adopted sister, Catherine, also his …

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