e-books in Romantic Fiction category
by Mary Cholmondeley - John Murray , 1913
This smarter-than-average romance novel offers a twist on the standard boy-meets-girl formula, perhaps because author had resigned herself to the fate of old maid by the age of eighteen, believing that she had not the looks to ensnare a husband ...
by Arnold Bennett - George H. Doran Co. , 1915
In Clayhanger and Hilda Lessways, Bennett followed the development of a relationship from two very different perspectives. He now draws these together in a finale that sees the two young protagonists embarking upon married life...
by Anne Brontë - John Murray , 1920
Gilbert Markham is deeply intrigued by Helen Graham, a beautiful and secretive young woman who has moved into nearby Wildfell Hall with her young son. Told with great immediacy, combined with wit and irony, this novel is a powerfully involving read.
by Robert Keable - ManyBooks , 1921
The glamour of no other evil thing is stronger than the glamour of war. This tale of a priest's wartime affair with a young nurse is 'an astounding novel, the most delicate, the most beautiful, and the most outspoken love story of modern fiction.'
by Louisa May Alcott - Little, Brown, and Company , 1887
Being Boston girls, of course they got up a club for mental improvement, and, as they were all descendants of the Pilgrim Fathers, they called it the May Flower Club. Six girls who were members of it made a very pretty posy when they met together.
by K.R. Smith - Smashwords , 2011
Jessica is coming back from a camping trip in Alaska, when she meets the tall and handsome Flint. They chat in a bar during a rest stop, which ultimately changes the rest of her life. Imaginations run wild, in this supernatural, romance novella.
by Muriel Hine - ManyBooks , 2010
McTaggart consults with a doctor, who, after careful examination, credits his patient with a double heart. This quality of existence pursues him, for he is concerned with a Parisian adventuress who tries to entangle him for financial purposes.
by H. G. Wells , 1899
Young and ambitious science student is locked in a struggle to further himself through academic achievement. But when his former sweetheart re-enters his life, his strictly regimented existence is thrown into chaos by the resurgence of old passion.
by William Henry Hudson , 1904
An exotic romance about a traveler to the Guyana jungle of southeastern Venezuela and his encounter with a forest dwelling girl named Rima. The author based the story on persistent rumors about a tribe of white people who lived in the mountains.
by Margaret Mitchell - Macmillan , 1936
Margaret Mitchell's epic novel of love and war won the Pulitzer Prize and went on to give rise to two authorized sequels and one of the most popular and celebrated movies of all time. A timeless story of survival under the harshest of circumstances.
by Charlotte Brontë - A. Melrose , 1906
Charlotte Bronte's last and most autobiographical novel is a powerfully moving study of isolation and the pain of unrequited love, narrated by a heroine determined to preserve an independent spirit in the face of adverse circumstances.
by Louisa May Alcott - Project Gutenberg , 1996
The beautiful Meg, artistic tomboy Jo, doomed Beth, and selfish Amy: four sisters have become America's most beloved literary siblings. Alcott's rich and realistic portrait has inspired three movies and stirred the emotions of countless young girls.
by Emily Bronte - Smith, Elder , 1889
A tale of a love that is stronger than death, and a fierce vision of metaphysical passion, in which heaven and hell, nature and society, are powerfully juxtaposed. Unique, with a timeless appeal, it has become a classic of English literature.
by Charlotte Bronte - Harper & Brothers , 1899
Grown up as an orphan with her cruel aunt and at a charity school, Jane Eyre becomes an independent survivor. This powerful novel by Charlotte Bronte has dazzled generations of readers with its story of a woman's quest for freedom.