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Romantic Books - Let The Experts Help You With Some Great Ideas For Your Relationship

Today’s post will highlight some old favorites and also some new romantic books that we love. They are fun, creative, well written and will certainly add new dimensions to your relationship. There are times in any relationship when things can get a little stagnant. Don’t let that happen to you. Take a moment to review some of the books highlighted here and consider purchasing one or two. I guarantee you will find some great ideas on how to spice things up with you and your partner.


The Best Romantic Ideas, By Mara Goodman-Davies

Achieving a more romantic relationship doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming. It just requires a willing spirit and a heart full of love. Mara Goodman-Davies shows readers how to make romance any time with hundreds of surprises, secrets and seductions to keep the flame alight between you and your love. Includes:
• Quickies—little gestures that mean a lot • Gifts and toys—pure fun • Mini-adventures—ways to get away, just the two of you • Big adventure—pack your suitcases and see the world, or just sit back and be armchair travelers • Love stars—astrology insights that help you woo the one you love • Romantic magic—tricks and tips to spark a little mystery


10000 Ways To Say I Love You, By Gregory Godek

Say "I love you" again, and again, and again...This little book of love is the biggest collection of loving ideas ever gathered in one place. Express your true affection with secret love notes, perpetual bouquets, secluded picnics, outrageous gifts...and 9,996 more ways to say ""I love you!"


Your Relationship Report Card, By Gregory Godek

How do you rate your love life? You can't measure love, but you can get a handle on how your relationship is working with these easy, fun questions. How are you doing when it comes to the stuff that matters? Are you flunking listening skills, looking so-so on commitment, passing intimacy with flying colors? You and your partner can use the simple grading system in Your Relationship Report Card to check it out. You're on your way to an A+


1001 Ways To Be Romantic, By Gregory Godek

Witty observations about the state of romantic love --Stories of how other readers have been romantic. Of course, the core of the book centers around 1001 specific, creative, wacky and meaningful ways to express love, hundreds of which have been updated for the 21st century ("Romantic Resources on the Web," for example) There are hundreds and hundreds of ideas and resources for transforming your relationship into a vibrant, exciting love affair.


Do You Know Your Lover, By Pat Robinson

This fun pillow-talk tool provides a way for couples to explore all those juicy topics that don't come up in the course of everyday conversation.

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