Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice has been one of the most well-known novels in the English language ever since it became an instant hit in 1813. The romantic conflict between the opinionated Elizabeth and her arrogant beau, Mr. Darcy, is a fine display of civilized sparring. Jane Austen considered this great book “her own darling child” and its vivacious heroine, Elizabeth Bennet, “as delightful a creature as ever appeared in print.” This book is the finest comedy of manners of Regency England because Jane Austen’s dazzling wit sparkles as her characters dance a delicate quadrille of flirting and intrigue.
Author: Jane Austen, Anna Quindlen
Here are our personal top picks of other good romance books like Pride and Prejudice that will surely get you hooked. Hope you’ll find a good fit to your taste!
(1) Playing Hard to Get
Our college’s campus is ruled by Knox Maguire. Star tight end for the football team’s offense. He is the total antithesis of who I am.
Author: Monica Murphy
(2) The Perfects
When they first met, it was love at first sight, but it soon became to hatred. Can they change that instant hate into instant love again? Every detail was amazing. When it wasn’t.
Author: Rachel Van Dyken
(3) Price of a Kiss
Love is the last thing on my mind when Mason Lowe enters my life, which is understandable. However, our chemistry is just bam! Our relationship defies explanation. And he’s just so freaking hot. I’ve never felt more alive than I do when I’m with him. I even enjoy arguing with him. Except for a tiny flaw, he might be my perfect match.
Author: Linda Kage
The Bridge Kingdom, the only passage through a storm-devastated planet, enriches itself and deprives its competitors, including Lara’s home country. Lara is ready to use every measure necessary to overcome the fortress’s strong defenses when she is dispatched there as a bride under the pretense of peace. And its king’s defenses.
Author: Raven Kennedy
(5) Left Drowning
Blythe McGuire trudges through her final year at Matthews College while burdened by the loss of her parents, trying to keep her head above water. Then, after a chance encounter, Blythe finds herself in the midst of something unexpected: an undeniable attraction to Chris Shepherd, a senior with dark hair whose past may be even more complicated than her own. Chris awakens Blythe from the trance she’s been in since the night a fire killed half her family as their relationship develops
Author: Jessica Park
Best Books to Read Like Pride and Prejudice
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