A Facebook friend posted a title of a romance novel that was full of win today, and it got me thinking about gothic romance titles. Let's see. Post the best gothic romance title(s) if you want and about why you like them. Opinions will vary wildly, and that's fine. I just thought this would be fun.
Then, post the funniest ones. I'll post a few for starters. The person(s) who post the best ones wins some gothic romance novels with great or zany titles! I'll keep this up for a few days. Have fun with it! :)
Greygallows-- by Barbara Michaels (I like the alliteration and the connotations of the title).
The Dark on the Other Side (also Michaels and because it's from a quote by Plato)
Dragonwyck-- by Anya Seton
Nine Coaches Waiting-- by Mary Stewart
The Ivy Tree-- by Mary Stewart (I just love it).
Rebecca-- by Daphne DuMaurier
Wuthering Heights-- by Emily Bronte
Holy Terror-- by Josephine Boyle
House of the Dancing Dead-- by Aola Vandergriff
The Shivering Sands-- by Victoria Holt
The Winter Bride-- Carola Salisbury
The Winter People-- Phyllis A. Whitney
Wait for What Will Come-- by Barbara Michaels
Vermillion-- by Phyllis A. Whitney
Damnation Reef-- by Jill Tattersall
Winterwood-- by Dorothy Eden
The Voice of the Dolls-- by Dorothy Eden
The Silver Leopard-- by Zoe Cass
Prince of Darkness-- by Barbara Michaels
Mistress of Mellyn-- by Victoria Holt
Dig a Narrow Grave-- by Mary Linn Roby
The Shrouded Walls-- by Susan Howatch
House of the Strange Woman-- by Monica Heath
The House is Dark-- by Rebecca James
Jack O'Lantern-- by Kathleen A. Shoesmith
Satan's Coast-- by Elsie Lee
Mansion of Golden Windows-- by Elsie Lee ( Love it! This author knew how to name gothic romances).
Mystery Castle-- Elsie Lee
Dark Moon, Lost Lady-- Elsie Lee (I got on a roll once I looked hers up!)
Sleep in the Woods-- by Dorothy Eden
The Frightened Lady-- by Marilyn Ross