As one of the most renowned romance stories in history, author Charlotte Bronte takes her readers on the whirlwind and dark journey of the life of a simple girl named Jane Eyre. In the novel, Jane battles against the abuse she endures at the hands of her aunt, cousins, and her school, Lowood. Although Jane demonstrates immense strength as she perseveres through the death of her best friend and a daunting virus epidemic, she is at a loss for words when she encounters the mysterious Mr. Rochester. As his hired governess, Jane discovers that Mr. Rochester fuels fire and passion inside of Jane that she cannot resist, nevertheless she knows he is wrong for her. However, later in the novel she also happens upon another man named St. John in another estate, the Moor House, whose relationship and demeanor with Jane is simple, yet, cold. The novel Jane Eyre draws in readers with the alluring charm of both of the men, the picturesque and peculiar estates that Jane travels to, eerie supernatural events, and the historic love triangle of Jane and her two men. Jane Eyre is a must-read for readers who crave a sense of uncertainty, love, and female strength in the literary works they read. Thus, take the journey with Jane as she struggles to defy societal expectations of women and choose between her two ultimate lovers- will she choose fire or will she choose ice? I have rated this novel a 4 out of 5 because I enjoyed the strength that Bronte is able to convey to readers about female resilience. Also, the love story between Jane and her two men is well thought out and grabs the reader's attention as they sit on the edge of their seat, waiting for Jane's final choice.