Linda Goodman's Love Signs: A New Approach to the Human Heart (Paperback)

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"The first astrological blockbuster." —Newsweek

"A hefty guide to star-crossed loving. . . . Each possible combination of signs is explored in general and then in detail."  — Book World

Master astrologer Linda Goodman provides fundamental and practical insight into the power of love in this world-famous and sensationally bestselling guide.

Can a Gemini man find happiness with a Virgo woman? Will it be smooth sailing or perpetual fireworks for the Scorpio female and the Libra male? Linda Goodman's Love Signs offers compelling insight and advice for every zodiac sign—and the compatibility of each with all eleven others. Lively, entertaining, and informative, this book will help you better understand your partner and your relationship.

From your finances to your lover's secret hopes, from your quirky habits to what you'll fight about, from avoiding war to making peace, this book will tell you what to expect and what to look out for. Whether you're embarking on a first date or are seriously involved, Linda Goodman's Love Signs will help you open up the lines of communication and unlock the power of your relationship.

About the Author


Linda Goodman's popular works have made her one of the most successful authors of astrological publications in the world. Her classic bestseller, Linda Goodman's Sun Signs, originally published in 1968, brought metaphysical consciousness to millions of readers around the world, and her fan base continues to grow today.

Praise For…


"The first astrological blockbuster. . . . What [sets] Goodman's books apart from other stargazing guides is their knowledgeable approach and comprehensive reach." — Newsweek

"This is a hefty guide to star-crossed loving. . . . Each possible combination of signs is explored in general and then in detail." — Book World



Product Details
ISBN: 9780060968960
ISBN-10: 0060968966
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Publication Date: December 31st, 2013
Pages: 944
Language: English

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