15 love books to explore your romantic side
EmilyThe love books offer a way to explore the human dimension of affection and intense emotional links through literature. Losing yourself in your pages is more than just an entertainment; it allows us to identify aspects of our daily life.
Literature offers us the possibility of seeing reflected in stories different facets of our lives and, from there, reflect and fantasize in equal parts.
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Below you can see a selection of love books that deal with different aspects of the passionate, romantic and tragic that sometimes incorporates this feeling. They are not ordered according to a specific criterion, so feel free to search among them based on your interests.
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1. This is how you lose it (Junot Díaz)
A book about love composed of stories that cover virtually every side of this feeling . Stories of betrayal, loneliness and illusion, and also of hopelessness, all expressed through a simple language, which corresponds to the way of speaking we use in everyday life.
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2. Love in the times of cholera (Gabriel García Márquez)
One of the best-known novels by the Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez. The story of two people who, having lived apart for decades, they consider the possibility of starting a true relationship when approaching old age .
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3. Love lasts three years (Frédéric Beigbeder)
Where does the infatuation stage end and when does the downhill stage begin? The protagonist of this novel is determined that the moment in which the relationship reaches three years is the point of no return from which it is impossible to return being deluded .
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4. Like water for chocolate (Laura Esquivel)
One of the best-known books on love in Mexican literature. The story, which takes place during the Mexican Revolution, at the beginning of the 20th century, talks about a young woman who, despite being in love with her childhood boyfriend, is forbidden to marry any man , since it is expected of her that, being the youngest of the sisters, she will take care of the elders of the family when they reach old age. This work is also known for expressing ideas and sensations through the use of parts that talk about the cuisine and the typical cuisine of the region.
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5. A walk to remember (Nicholas Sparks)
The love story between a young rebel and a teenager whose father is reverend. Little by little the relationship will bring out aspects of the personality of the protagonists that they did not know. This is one of the best rated teenage dramas of this well-known writer , which already has several works adapted to the big screen, this book being one of them.
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6. One plus one (Jojo Moyes)
A surprisingly funny love novel, centered on the story of a single mother who, with so many responsibilities that she can only dream of having a life in which she can have control and the way in which she meets a man Transforms the lives of both .
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7. The Turkish passion (Antonio Gala)
One of the most important aspects of love is the impulsiveness that is associated with passion . This book perfectly reflects this ingredient of romanticism through the story of a woman who leaves everything for a relationship born in a trip to Turkey.
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8. The Lover (Marguerite Duras)
One of the best-known love books, already part of the classics although it was published in the mid-80s. This story is about the relationship of a young woman from a recently ruined family and a Chinese man with good economic status.
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9. Anna Karénina (Leon Tolstoi)
Considered by Tolstoy the first true novel written by him, the story of Anna Karenina is one of the best known stories about forbidden love in a deeply conservative and patriarchal society . For lovers of romantic stories with a tragic background.
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10Under the same star (John Green)
One of the books about love aimed at a better known young audience. Explains the story of a couple of teenagers who, determined to squeeze the maximum time spent together because of the influence of the cancer that has been diagnosed, they take a trip together to meet a writer. It has a version adapted to the cinema and released in 2014.
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11. Mischief of a bad girl (Mario Vargas Llosa)
This work, which was Nobel Prize for Literature, is a love story about two young people who are meeting in different parts of the world , coinciding halfway and living different fun situations based on spontaneity.
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12. Wuthering Heights (Emily Brontë)
One of the books of love that can not be missing in any selection of works of English literature of the XIX century. It is a classic not only for the quality of the construction of the characters, but also for the way in which the most turbulent facet of love is portrayed.
13. The Bridges of Madison (Robert James Waller)
One of the best novels about mature love, one that is established between people of middle age or higher. The magnetism of the story that is told and the narrative style made this work so much attention that the opportunity to adapt it to the cinema appeared, creating another of the best romantic films that exist.
14. The blue princes also fade (Megan Maxwell)
A story about the potential of love to complicate our lives and, at the same time, give second chances. And knowing that being the brother and sister of the members of a couple in their low hours can be a totally frustrating context.
15. My island (Elisabet Benavent)
Although it is said that knowledge makes us free, having gone through certain experiences can lead us to the opposite: see how the range of possibilities to choose narrows again. This is what happens to Maggie, the protagonist of this novel, who tries to keep it locked under lock and key ... with little success, since the emotional wounds of those memories open again and again. However, a second chance at love could change all this.