Cover from Runaway by Alice Munro

Books about love are sources of experience and fantasy of many authors about the best and intangible feeling that everyone can have. They are priceless because they help remind those teenage impressions, dive into the world of romantic cities, realize the value of current relationships, and understand a lot about love. But unfortunately, a lot of books are underrated. We will give you the ranking of the top 10 books that must be read by both women and men!

1. Runaway, Alice Munro

Runaway is a collection of small stories about love, betrayal, unexpected twists of fate, and a complex spectrum of personal relationships. On a small number of pages, Alice Munro managed to create complete stories that were touched to the depths of the soul.

2. Never Let Me Go, Kazuo Ishiguro

The events describe the difficult lives of cloned people in touching scenes. Love of the two main characters, Katie and Tommy, is initially doomed since only death is destined for them. The book Never Let Me Go attracts readers like a magnet. Kazuo Ishiguro leads us to the tragic finale of life and love.

3. The Underground Railroad, Colson Whitehead

It’s about the dark-skinned slave Kore and her partner Caesar. Together they run from the evil master’s slave-owning plantation, using the underground railway as a salutary path to long-awaited freedom. The sensual ocean of emotions that the heroine of the novel is experiencing is full of unfulfilled hopes and unwarranted expectations.

4. Angel, Johanna Lindsey

The love story Angel by Johanna Lindsey tells the reader about the bright, lively, cheerful, emotional, and kind heroine. The man of her dreams is a strong and reliable partner. The writer so realistically described the love events of the main characters, filled not only with passion but also with funny moments that they remain in the memory of a reader for a long time.

5. The Goldfinch, Donna Tartt

Psychological and at the same time romantic work The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt is filled with unusually bright artistic situations. Melodramatic love moments of relationships are beautiful and heartfelt, but the story of the main character from the first person makes it clear how difficult life path is.

6. Hello, Sadness! Francoise Sagan

The plot of women’s love story is realistic and close to reality. The five main characters of the book try to find a moral balance of life pleasures and strict prohibitions. Sympathy for the main character makes literally get used to her role, experiencing grief and joy.

7. Foreign Affairs, Alison Lurie

The book is about fifty-four-year-old literature professor. The partner of the main character hates London life. But our heroes will be entangled by a dense cocoon of love, sorrow, passionate madness, and specific satire in this city.

8. Olive Kitteridge, Elizabeth Strout

This romantic drama takes us into a difficult life filled with petty troubles and problems, depression, loneliness, lack of understanding, and alienation. The writer clearly shows readers where unspoken words of love can lead.

9. Love, Toni Morrison

The life story of the main heroine plunges into shock and causes extraordinary feelings of compassion and bitterness of loss. Reading the book, you can be convinced that maternal love is strong and has no boundaries.

10. The Signature of All Things, Elizabeth Gilbert

The book tells the reader about the incredible and exciting life of a botanist. The storyline captures from the beginning to the very end, in which the main character finds that life has been lived not in vain.

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