It’s when you get double benefit by doing a single thing; spend this forever hyped Valentine’s Day with books.
Yes, it’s about spending the day right after all?
? So the good part about spending time with books is that they improve and polish your language and when the genre is romantic, they serve the dual purpose of taking you to the wonderland on V-day!
Here, we present to you six evergreen romantic novels to read and gift, this Valentine’s –
#1.Pride and Prejudice:
A classy novel by the Romantic Age writer Jane Austen would take you to the roads of marriage and relationships. You’re bound to get swayed with Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy.
#2.Beyond the Sunrise:
After being separated for eleven years, Jeanne and Robert Blake meet again as spies during the Peninsular Wars. And, sure enough, old passions die hard.
Raven Wood spends her days restoring art at the Uffizi gallery in Florence. One night she blacks out after intervening in an attack on a homeless man, and wakes up one week later to find out that she has been accused of stealing priceless Botticelli illustrations.
#4. 50 Shades of Grey:
This marked the beginning of an entirely new genre of erotic books by E L James. The famous terminology of “opposites attract” serves well with the plot and protagonists Anastasia and Christian Grey.
#5.Romeo and Juliet:
It is more than just a play. If you are a Shakespeare lover, this takes you to a slightly different side of the playwright from his more acclaimed books like Macbeth and Hamlet. The acts, the sentiment and the language will make you feel every bit a part of the royal book.
#6.PS I love you:
The subtitle says “Everyone needs a guardian angel”; quite literally. Read to feel the subtle side of loveAnd if you feel you fall on the emotional side of your character, you’d be blown by the caricature of the book. You might need some tissues as well after melting in with the Holly-Gerry love by Cecelia Ahern.
Books are better to invest time in than humans, because they don’t expect anything in return.
So, Happy Valentine’s Day!