I read on a book about a women who was practicing witchcraft. She and her friend burned a one Dollar bill on the fireplace During a storm. A man fron another time lands on the attic. They become friends. Then, they become lovers. The man has no choice because he can not go back to his own time.
Not that this will matter to anyone because it's personal, but I love this story; it's about my mother and father. Back in the early 30's my father and mother knew of each other because they attended the same church. My mother was only about 16 and my father almost 20. He liked her and she liked him but he didn't do anything about it because she was so pretty and didn't think he would have a chance. What he didn't know is that she thought the same thing about him. A mutual friend went to my father and said you better start talking to Louise or you will loose your chance, a lot of other young men like her. He told this friend, "tell Louise if she likes me then meet me in the middle of the bridge and told her when." Well the time came and her living on one side and him on the other side approached the bridge at exactly the same time and they met in the middle. They both knew they were in love with each other right then and there. The rest as they say, is history. I love that love story.
For me personally It is the Bride of Christ and it is ongoing. It is the story of my life and will continue until I pass on. It is not written, just in bits and my full story is already written in heaven.
Now for books of this world there are so many love stories written in this world that I would consider great. But I will go with Jane Eyre because I resemble Jane in many ways
My favorite is "The Notebook" from a book to a movie by Nicholas Sparks. It is the story of a woman who has Alzheimer's and is in a nursing home. Her husband stays with her and reads the story of their life and love, until she finally realizes it is her spouse. I am sure there are a thousand other love stories, but this one has good acting by James Garner and touched my soul and heart. The wife played an outstanding part also. name now escaping me. You can;t remember everything. I will think of it in a minute. Gena Rowlands
Yes, it was Gena Rowlands, a wonderful actress. Her and James Garner together were so good. And the actor who played the young man of Garner's character was really good, too. I love that story, Audrey.
What sticks in my mind is Splendor in the Grass. A young innocent girl falling in love and confused by it all. Old movie but it always makes me cry. If Natalie didn't get an award for that, she should have.
Hey, am starting to think about my next book and wondered if any of you would like to share some interesting, exciting or abusive experiences you have had. You can email me directly through the Hubpages thingie,...