Last but not Least…

Le Grand Meaulnes by Alain-Fournier (1913)

When Meaulnes come to Sologne for the first time, everybody is enchanted by his nice looks, nerve, and charm. Nevertheless, when he show up in a bizarre get-together at an enigmatic household and meet a stunning girl concealed inside, his life is never going to be the same. This haunting novel has at its focal point both a Peter Pan in small-town France-a little boy who do not want to grow up-and a Parsifal, who will go to the other end of the earth for his love. Stuck between childish wonder and grownup acquiescence, Alain- Fournier’s storyteller grippingly accompanies the bibliophile through this unforgettable portrayal of despairing companionship and missing youth.

What Is Your Favorite Romantic Book?

As mentioned above, these are just some of the best romantic books in history as the list can keep growing with so many magnificent romantic books it is hard to select. You have to read them all. Tell us about your favorites. We hope you enjoy those romantic books.