The Four Seasons of Love [NOOK Book]

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The seasons are a wonderful metaphor for love--constant, eternal, yet always changing. They bring variety, excitement and fun to our lives, just as love does. You resist them at some times, embrace them at others. You look forward to one season and feel a little wistful as it gradually transforms itself into the next season--but you also anticipate its certain return. Is love any different? --The Four Seasons of Love

Whether you're looking to jump-start your romance or to ...

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The Four Seasons of Love

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Overview

The seasons are a wonderful metaphor for love--constant, eternal, yet always changing. They bring variety, excitement and fun to our lives, just as love does. You resist them at some times, embrace them at others. You look forward to one season and feel a little wistful as it gradually transforms itself into the next season--but you also anticipate its certain return. Is love any different? --The Four Seasons of Love

Whether you're looking to jump-start your romance or to maintain that newly-in-love magic, author and illustrator Lorraine Bodger gives you a hand with imaginative ideas for every season.

Celebrating the warmth of summer, the sparkle of autumn, the coziness of winter, and the freshness of spring, The Four Seasons of Love offers inspiring ideas for making a relationship go from the doldrums to extraordinary! Each of the four chapters captures a special time of year for lovers, evoking the sensuous joys of that season. The Four Seasons of Love touches lightly and whimsically on romantic things to do and places to go, romantic songs and movies, delicious food, flirtatious things to wear, dreamy weddings, and much more.

Within the pages of this delightful giftbook, Bodger's delightful watercolor illustrations perfectly complement each page. The Four Seasons of Love makes a perfect gift for couples to give and share, stirring them to rekindle their deep love with every passing moment.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780740787782
  • Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 1/1/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • File size: 8 MB

Meet the Author

Lorraine Bodger, a prolific writer-illustrator, has produced well over 20 books and cookbooks. Her enchanting style and positive outlook shine in other AMP titles including I'm Happy If You're Happy; Love Stuff; 500 Reasons Why You're My Best Friend; 511 Things Only Women Understand; and 2,001 Ways to Pamper Yourself. She lives in New York City.

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