Gregory J.P. Godek--dubbed America's Romance Coach--offers "1001 creative, sexy, loving tips and ideas" in the fifth anniversary edition of 1001 Ways to Be Romantic. Packed with advice, from "Little Things That Mean a Lot" to "The Mindset of a Romantic" and "Making Beautiful Music Together," Godek's straightforward approach is perfect for those new to romance or those needing a refresher course in the art of love. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
"Greg Godek should be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for teaching 1001 Ways to Be Romantic." -- Boston Magazine
"Greg is helping millions of us to better understand our most important value-- love." -- Mark Victor Hansen, co-author Chicken Soup for the Soul
"Worth memorizing." -- Boston Herald
A bit different from 10000 Ways to Say "I Love You", this book has more detail for each idea, but fewer ideas are genuinely practical. Read morePublished on March 4 2011 by La cara cara
My wife received this book as a gift at her bridal shower 12 years ago. I quickly annexed it (since I'm the one who needs help being romantic, not her). Read morePublished on July 16 2004 by DaveSlash
This is a big book. Almost too big to carry. You would think that it would be filled with 1001 great ideas. Right? Not quite. Read morePublished on Jan. 7 2004
This is not normally the type of book that I read, but I needed some help in the romance department. I had trouble thinking of even the little things that should be oh so obvious. Read morePublished on Nov. 11 2003 by Joe Sherry
I loved this book and the follow up 1001 More Ways to Be Romantic. They are both filled with great ideas for all different people. Expensive ideas and ones that cost nothing! Read morePublished on Feb. 21 2003 by "lushusladybird"
While there is nothing to fault with this book, it may not be something that you will enjoy reading that much. Read morePublished on Dec 8 2001 by Steve Nakamoto - Author of Talk Like A Winner - Men Are Like Fish - Dating Rocks - Wall Street Craps
I am a man, so I naturally disdain all self-help books. But this book isn't the generic self-help book with pretentious prose and impossible goals. Read morePublished on Oct. 17 2001 by Sai Li