The Professor - Charlotte Brontë, Margaret Smith, Herbert Rosengarten
There's a reason why this is not as well known as Jane Eyre. I found the story enjoyable enough, but the writing is unremarkable, and having Ms. Bronte write in the first person from a male perspective just didn't ring true. I couldn't stop thinking to myself, "Would a man really act or feel this way?" I've read enough other novels written in the first person where the narrator is of the opposite gender than the writer, and I know that when done well, this thought never enters my mind.