You might also like the non-fiction book, Thunderstruck, by Erik Larson. It documents a murder, the development of radio, and yes, an unusual love story.
A Beautiful Mind, Sylvia Nasar, non-fiction. The "love story" isn't nearly as prevalent in the book as the movie.
Galileo's Daughter, Dava Sobel, non-fiction. Not a romantic love story, but it does document the relationship between the very public Galileo, and his very private (nun in an impoverished convent), but perhaps equally brilliant, daughter.
The Historian, Elizabeth Kostova. Again, not really a love story, but the strange but passionate relationship between two of the main characters, husband and wife, plays a pivotal role. Oh yeah, and Dracula.
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