Take a look at some of my favorite epic romances that I feel would really make it in the real world. Well, they feel real to me anyway. I don't see them as fictional characters at all. If you haven't read some of these I seriously urge you to put your tbr pile aside and sit down for some of the most amazing romances I've ever come across. Some are new, some are old. But all have touched me deep inside. They've left an impression and I return to their stories whenever I need to have a little more faith in love.
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*I'm participating in Top Ten Tuesday at The Broke and the Bookish.
I'm in the midst of reading North and South and so I was glad to see it on your list! I haven't really gotten to the romantic part yet, so I'll look forward to that. :)ReplyDelete
Don't you just hate/love Mr. Thornton?! Have you seen the BBC adaptation with Richard Armitage? You MUST watch it when you're done with the book. You just have to! I can't get enough of that film.Delete
I really need to read Shannon Hale's books. I've been seeing it around a lot lately. So happy to see Twilight up there! It left an impression on my as well.ReplyDelete
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You have to read Shannon Hale! She is a master writer! LOVE HER!!Delete
Edward and Bella, lol. Not so sure if they would make it in real life. I mean wouldn't Edward be so sick of Bellas moods. :) LOL. Great list.ReplyDelete
You must be talking about the films because Bella isn't moody in the books.Delete
I completely agree with Anne and Gilbert! Also, Anna and St. Clair.ReplyDelete
I don't really think Bella and Edward would work out, but who knows maybe they'd surprise us all!
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Awesome picks! I really need to pick up a copy of Anna and the French Kiss. I've seen it around quite a lot!ReplyDelete
I'm not sure if Edward and Bella would make it in real life, but you never know they might! And Anna and St. Clair are my favorite! :DReplyDelete
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I added Bella and Edward to my list for the characters not the actors, who aren't managing to last through this year!ReplyDelete
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Thank you for stopping by my blog. :) Yes, I so agree, Edward and Bella is a must. ;)ReplyDelete
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Edward and Bella - yes!! I forgot about them. I *need* to read North and South. I've seen the miniseries and I love it! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog.ReplyDelete
GRRR! I missed a great Top Ten this week!! Silly husband, thinking he should have my attention while he's home for only a few days ;)ReplyDelete
I could not agree more with your whole list. It's great :) The only one I haven't read is North and South...
-Jac @ For Love and Books
I just found your blog after you commented on my TTT post. So now I follow via GFC and twitter, so glad to have found it! :-DReplyDelete
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Another Anne of Green Gables fan :DReplyDelete
I haven't read all that many books from your list but those that I have read, I definitely agree that they belong on the list.
oh yes, Anne of Green Gables was my favourite.ReplyDelete
Thank You for sharing your knowledge, Really nice postReplyDelete
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I loved Twilight! I haven't read anything by Anita Stansfield, but she is definitely going on my to-read-list.ReplyDelete