David Copperfield from David Copperfield by Charles Dickens Dr. Frankenstein from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Heathcliff from Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte There is no doubt that these dudes are interested in conventional beauty, but they are looking for a little something extra, too – and lifelong familiarity seems to fit the bill. Indeed, one shared quality of the romances of each aforementioned novel is the fact that the romantic lead fell for the lady he was raised alongside as virtual siblings. Even David Copperfield, who originally married hot bimbo Dora, got bored with her pretty quickly and was encouraged by her untimely death to pursue sister-figure Agnes, his true love. Chances are, if you are reading this, you have already missed the boat on being raised in the same household as the object of your sexual desire. Your next best bet is probably to contract tuberculosis, which is sure to coax him into your bed when he finds your rosy flush and hacking cough impossible to resist. Unfortunately, this strategy will lead to your early demise.