Thursday, February 18, 2016

Favorite Romantic Movies by Raine English

Since February is the month of love, I thought I’d share with you my top ten list of favorite romantic movies.

1.   Pride & Prejudice
2.   Gone with the Wind
3.   The Notebook
4.   Ghost
5.   Pretty Woman
6.   Dirty Dancing
7.   The Wedding Planner
8.   Sleepless in Seattle
9.   Love Story
10. Titanic


Are these movies on your list? If not, please share your favorites.


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USA Today bestselling author Raine English writes sweet small-town contemporary romance, paranormal and Gothic romantic suspense. She’s a Daphne du Maurier Award winner and a Golden Heart finalist. Too Good to Believe, book three in her sweet series, Love Always, is available now. It features three childhood friends who encounter a lot more than anticipated while searching for love. To receive information on all her new releases, you can sign up for her newsletter, visit her website, like her on Facebook, and follow her on Twitter.


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7 comments:

  1. Great list, Raine! I also love SABRINA with Julia Ormond and Harrison Ford; ROMAN HOLIDAY with Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck (I always change the ending of that one in my head). And, of course, the movie I watch after typing The End on a novel: ROMANCING THE STONE!

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  2. I love your choices, Magdalena! There are so many wonderful romantic movies. It was hard to narrow it down to my top ten.

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  3. Love and agree with your choices except Sleepless in Seattle. Would swap Meet me in St Louis

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  4. Love and agree with your choices except Sleepless in Seattle. Would swap Meet me in St Louis

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  5. Raine, you have a great list. There are so many good ones. I love Overboard, The Wedding Singer,Notting Hill, Jerry Maguire , Clueless, As Good as It Gets, The Longest Ride, Miracle on 34th Street, Enchanted, Love Actually. I could probably find more, but I'll stop at ten. :)

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  6. Raine, your list is excellent. Gone with the Wind is my top pick. Also love The Great Gatsby.

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