Here are some of my favourite tl;dr novels. I’ll start off easy for now and stick to the classics, but expect me to do a Stephen King variant in the future.
- A creepy traveling carnival comes to town and captures people by promising to make their fantasies come true.
- A man and his adoptive father both fall in love with the same pretty girl, but they’ve got no chance because son is misshapen-looking and father is a creepy priest.
- A little girl comes to love her adopted brother very much, but she marries somebody else with more wealth and status, and it turns out to have been a bad idea.
- An abused and impoverished child grows up to be a governess who falls in love with her employer, eventually leaves his employ, but ultimately comes back to care for and marry him.
- Three witches predict a certain lord will become a king, and he decides to hurry their prophecy along by killing the reigning monarch, but he and his wife are plagued by supernatural visions after committing the murder.
- A woman becomes a priestess of her pagan Celtic religion at a time when Christianity is encroaching and her (half) brother, the king, is fighting to keep the kingdom intact.
- A very timid young man with a comfortable lifestyle discovers his own bravery by taking a long journey, fighting a dragon, and finding a magical ring.
- A woman becomes pregnant after wanting children for a long time, but she soon learns that her new neighbours are in a satanic cult and the baby is demonic.
- An extremely smart little girl who can move objects with her mind uses her special powers to punish dull-witted, mean, and dishonest grown-ups for their bad behaviour and mistreatment of others.
- A red-haired orphan moves in with a brother and sister to help around the house, and though originally they wanted a boy, she soon wins them over with her personality, charm, and competence, despite various mishaps.
Leave your guesses in the comments!