If your partner values your emotions and is someone more interested in piling up books in their room than a more expensive item, then it is time to look ahead and buy a book for the book-lover in your life. Here are some must-gift titles to your bae.
- This Love That Feels Right (Ravinder Singh)
With a tagline – What will you do if you find true love but it’s already too late, the novel is what a book-lover would enjoy reading. The book revolves around a woman who had accepted her life the way it was until love showed up unannounced. The story revolves around two young modern-day women who take up the courage to break free from the traditions and the societal norms to find their inner soul and love without boundaries.
- Girl on Paper (Guillaume Musso)
How would you react if one of your fiction characters turned up in your house? Tom Boyd – a multi-million-dollar selling author, alcoholic and wreck thought he had gone insane when his beautiful heroine, Billie, stood in front of him demanding that he write a novel, so she could return to her fictional world. No matter how crazy the story sounds, Tom eventually believes in the girl’s story and here, the real adventures begin.
- Anna Karenina (Leo Tolstoy )
The best of the Russian classics, this novel is one of the most powerful and catastrophic love stories of all time. It is referred to as “the greatest novel ever written.” A sophisticated tale of forbidden love and adultery, Tolstoy portraits the fears, doubts, and heart-break of Anna – a married aristocrat, falling in love with Count Vronsky while visiting her brother in Moscow.
- Bright Star: Love Letters and Poems of John Keats to Fanny Brawne (John Keats)
The best love stories are actual love stories. These are love letters and poems that John Keats dedicated to his sweetheart Fanny Brawn. It has one of the most heart-melting and romantic lines.
- Froth on the Daydream (Boris Vian)
A surreal love story where a young rich boy, Colin, meets beautiful Chloé, and falls in love with her, marries her in an insane grand wedding, all in just a few days. After their honeymoon Chloé gets a terrible disease – a water lily has grown in her lungs. Colin spends money on treatments, yet the only thing that can make Chloé better is to surround her with flowers and care.
- Love in the Time of Cholera (Gabriel García Márquez)
An epic saga about the incredible lives of two lovers, Florentino and Fermina who have lived their lives next to each other, yet separated as Fermina was forced to marry a doctor. Deeply heartbroken for over 50 years, Florentino still never gives up hope of being together and proposes to Fermina on the day her husband dies – 50 years, nine months, and four days after he first said, “I love you.”
- Where Rainbows End (Cecelia Ahern )
A boy and girl grew up next door, became close friends and never dared to cross this fragile line between love and friendship. How many letters, broken relationships and years does it take to admit that you have always been in love with your best friend?
- The Thorn Birds (Colleen McCullough)
A classic love story set in the wild fields of Australia. A girl falls in love with a young priest who torn between his duty and eternal temptation for love. The story is simple, yet enchanting, making you flip through over 600 pages in no time.