What’s your favorite love story? Leave your comment below! Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window) By Jean Brashear on October 13, 2021 / Q&A / 18 Comments
That’s a powerful story, isn’t it, Jennifer? Do you prefer book or movie or love both?
I just finished Out of the Storm by B J Daniels it is currently my favorite. Followed closely by Spider by s J McCoy.
Thanks for sharing, Janine!
Dr. Zhivago (Hope I spelled it right)
Pretty sure you did, Carolyn—and what a wonderful memory of a movie I hadn’t thought about in eons!
Ahh…a true classic, Linda!
Yes, I first read it when I was 13. I am 75 now…
It’s just so remarkable, thinking of writing something with that kind of staying power. So impressive!
Redeeming Love, by Fancine Rivers
That is truly a wonderful story, isn’t it, Helen? Francine deserves to be a classic if she isn’t already. She does beautiful work.
Beauty and the beast or Romeo and Juliet
Beauty and the Beast really taps into a powerful universal theme, doesn’t it? Both of the stories actually. Thanks, Shelia!
Most recently it was One Day by David Nicholls- I know it’s not new, but I just read it earlier this year. I haven’t seen the movie either, but usually don’t because I find the book to be better.
I’ve never read it, either, Jenny–will look for it! I so agree that the books are usually much better than the movies. I didn’t see this one (Michelle Pfeiffer and George Clooney, do I recall?)
I had to check IMDb- the movie stars Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess.
Oh my! I was waaaay off! Turns out the one I was thinking of is called One Fine Day! Thanks for the correction!