Russellville, Kentucky (PRWEB) January 08, 2013
When asked who is the most romantic couple of all time, it’s hard to go past literary greats such as Romeo & Juliet, Elizabeth & Darcy, Heathcliff & Catherine, Jane Eyre & Rochester and many others. And now one publisher, is giving customers the chance to depict their own relationships in these classic stories by taking the place of the leading characters.
For a great gift this Valentine's Day that will really make an impression on that special someone, U Star Novels enables couples to become the leading characters in a wide range of classic novels. The plot remains the same, the only thing that changes is that anyone can take the place of some of the most famous characters in history! Customers can change up to 6 different characters within the story, allowing a place for friends and family to be integrated into the story as well.
Cast your Valentine as one of Austen’s spirited heroines such as Elizabeth Bennet (Pride and Prejudice), Emma Woodhouse (Emma) and Elinor Dashwood (Sense and Sensibility) who pursue their men and genuinely fall in love with them.
“Austen is not the only source of such romantic wisdom,” said Katie Olver, founder of U Star Novels. “You can tease out lessons for romance this Valentine's from all sorts of classic literature. A customized classic is a wonderful treat for any book lover or those pursuing love this Valentine’s,” continued Olver.
U Star Novels have bolstered their range of personalized classics offering a number of titles for couples to express their love this Valentines. But if classics are not suitable, the publisher has a list of extremely popular generic romance novels, where all couples are delighted with the results.
Each title is available as a paperback novel or eBook. Following personalization with readers’ details, eBooks are delivered the same day and paperback copies within one week. The books are poised to be hugely popular gift for Valentine’s Day.
U Star Novels has printers based in the USA, UK and Australia, excluding nobody from the ability to step into a classic novel.