I Love You: Activity Book for Couples
The Romantic Coupon Book
"Me without You" by Ralph Lazar and Lisa Swerling
I Love You Because...: A Journal
The Quiz Book for Couples
My Basic Needs: Food, Clothing, Shelter, You: 30 Love Notes to Use Anytime, Anywhere
I Love You: Activity Book for Couples Vol. 2
"Fall in Love for Life: Inspiration from a 73-Year Marriage" by Barbara "Cutie" Cooper
"52 Ways to Stay in Love Forever" by Lynn Gordon
Personalized Romantic Coupon Book
The Art of I Love You
Custom 'Why I Love You' Book - Soft Cover
"The Book of Love" by K.C. Jones
You Owe Me TLC: 30 Favors That Say I Love You
"This Is for You" by Rob Ryan
Perhaps you think Valentine’s Day is the best day of the year, and you enjoy lavishing all sorts of goodies – flowers, chocolates, balloons, and jewelry – on your sweetheart. Or maybe you cringe at the thought of another commercialized “gift-giving” occasion; after all, you like to bestow little gestures on the one you love every day throughout the year. Either way, Valentine’s Day is a wonderful time to show your honey how much you care -- just do it your way, big or small. Check out these romantic Valentine’s Day gift ideas from the inexpensive to the grandiose.
Does she love it when you’re affectionate and sentimental? Then go traditional, and show up with a beautiful bouquet of flowers or a fancy heart-shaped box of chocolates. If you get the ol’ eye roll when you give her sappy stuff, maybe go the funny route with a humorous book about love or an amusing caricature of the two of you on one of your adventures. Make her feel like a supermodel with pretty – and comfortable – lingerie or an extravagant spa gift basket for the two of you to enjoy together. A diamond bracelet, necklace, or earrings are sure to get her heart beating fast. Or hire a babysitter, leave the kids at home, and whisk her away on a romantic weekend getaway!
Traditional Valentine’s Day gifts for him include chocolates, clothing, or gadgets, like that new tablet he’s had his eye on. Boxers covered in hearts or a love coupon book he can use throughout the year are fun ideas. A home-cooked candlelight dinner accompanied by his favorite music and a romantic massage will make him feel loved. Or get his pulse racing with a “bucket list surprise” -- arrange for him to fulfill one of his dreams, like skydiving, cooking lessons from a renowned chef, or riding in a NASCAR stock car.