World Book Day: 8 Most Romantic Novels Of All Time

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From a romantic Shahrukh Khan’s movie to a Chetan Bhagat’s novel. People Love Romance. So here we have listed the best picks of romantic novels by our very own Indian authors. Come on give it a shot guys!

Your Dreams Are Mine Now By Ravindra Singh

This is a story that rekindles your faith in love. A story of a young girl who gets raped by some cruel fellows on the orders of a professor. A professor who gets jailed because of the girl. And a young boy, who during all this, loves the girl with the same intensity.

That Kiss in the Rain By Novoneel Chakraborty

The story is full of twists and will keep you guessing until the very end. Some of the extracts and quotes from this book are quite popular and many of us have read. The author’s Stranger and Forever series are the best romantic thriller so far. 

Revolution 2020 By Chetan Bhagat

The story beautifully explains love, friendship, and betrayal. One can say that it’s not a love story but in a way it is. The incredible book has intrinsically all the beautiful pearls of timeless immortal love that makes the readers spellbound.

Anything For You Ma’am By Tushar Raheja

It is a refreshing novel and the story is simple and revolves around IITs. Indeed, a good one to read. Hence, Give it a read.

If It’s Not Forever, It’s Not Love By Durjoy Dutta

This is one of the best romantic novels. The characters are well explained. You get to know every phase of love in this novel. 

The Promise By Nikita Singh

‘Some promises are worth keeping’. The story is based on a girl who makes the boy’s heart implore to give love and trust the second chance. Indeed, a novel worth reading. 

Few Things Left Unsaid By Sudeep Nagarkar

It is a story of engineering college mates Aditya and Riya who fell in deep love with each other. Finally, a break-up takes place between them, but they get back together again. But something happens once again which changes the lives of both the lovers. This unpredictable story with lots of twists and turns.

Truly, Madly, Deeply By Faraaz Kazi

This is a truly, madly, deeply story of love. A story every teenager, every early adolescent youth will invariably connect with. Faraaz has been successful in weaving a story rich in emotion and other matters of the heart. 

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