Books are considered as our best friends. Can romance books be the one? Yes, of course it can! Reading those books helps to explore deep emotions mainly love and affection, boosts brain activity, characters and writers inspire and motivates us. Our favourite character also inspires us to find and explore our own passionate love. Romantic novels are type of genre fiction that mainly focuses on the relationship and romantic love between two people sharing emotionally and optimistic ending. The below compiled some of the best romantic novel ebook may encourage you to read more or explore your romance. Feel free to download these e-books for free with just a click of a button.
Best free Romance novels:
- Crush by Lacey Weatherford
Lacey Weatherford, an author of Crush writes novels that have fantasy or paranormal bent to them. Crush is categorized into fiction, romance, and contemporary.
A party lover plus handsome hunk, Hunter Wilder falls in love with a simple girl named Cami Wimberley. She is a beautiful, talented, and hard-working girl. She doesn’t want to involve in any relationship with boys as she wants to pursue her career in musical theater. Hunter doesn’t want a girlfriend either. Accidently they meet their eyes; Hunter can’t keep his eyes off her and tries to stay back as could as possible. But fate seems to keep pushing them together. Cami has her own dark secrets that can destroy their relationship if Hunter discovers them.
- Little Women by Louisa May Alcott:
Little women is the classic literature of family drama, romance and a tale of four sisters. This classic work was written by Louisa May Alcott.
The story revolves around the story of lives of four March sisters Margaret, Josephine, Elizabeth, and Amy. Their father works as a chaplain in American Civil war and their mother Marmee works to support the family of five. Megh and Jo have jobs to support their mother. Beth is a shy and weak kid and Amy is an artist. The four sisters befriend with their rich neighbor Laurie while Meg falls in love with Laurie’s tutor John Brooke. Meg marries John. Laurie falls in love with Jo but she rejects him and goes to London. There she works as a governess for a family friend. She meets Professor Bhaer. Laurie and Amy meets in Europe and fall in love with each other. Beth dies young. Jo and Bhaer open a boarding school for boys. Amy and Laurie marry and supports for struggling young artists.
- Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy:
The book was published in 1878, and considered as the greatest book ever.
The story is based in the late 19th century Russian high society. Anna Karenina is the wife of Russian imperial minister who happens to travel from Saint Petersburg to Moscow to save the marriage of her brother. Anna who herself has a cold marriage with her husband Count Alexei Karenina. They have a son. She meets the cavalry officer Count Vronsky at the train station and they eventually feel attracted by each other. The affair between them creates a high-society scandal, which leads to the tragic fate.
- Kilmeny of the Orchard by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Kilmeny of the Orchard story of sweet romance from the author of Anne of Green Gables series.
Eric Marshall is a collage graduate, popular, handsome, and wealthy man. He happens to be a substitute teacher in a local school in Prince Edward Island. On his way to school he meets a mute girl-playing violin. Kilmeny Gordon is beautiful and smart girl, always plays violin in her favourite spot. Eric gradually falls in love with her despite her disability. Kilmeny also loves him but refuses to admit, as she believes that her disability hinders his life if they get married.
- Camille by Alexander Dumas Fils
Camille is a semi-biographical novel based on writer’s true love story. The story is set in mid-19th century France, a tragic love story between Armand Duval and Marguerite Gautier.
Armand is a middle-class young man who falls in love with a courtesan woman Marguerite. Armand convinces her to leave her previous life and settle down with him in countryside. But Armand’s father opposes them and tells Marguerite to leave Armand and his family. She leaves Armand and never comes back to his life. Marguerite suffers from consumption. He believes that she left him for another man….