Romance author helps guys be Cupid, not stupid for Valentine Day

Erotic romance author Liv Arnold has been doing the rounds on UK radio this week, offering Valentine's Day top tips

Erotic romance author Liv Arnold has been offering her top tips for Valentine’s Day on the airwaves.

The Australian novelist and relationship expert, a client of book publicity agency Palamedes, has appeared on BBC and community radio stations in the run-up to February 14th.

Her list of essential do’s and don’ts draw on personal experience and on the feedback of hundreds of women across the UK.

She says that men who follow her advice are likely to earn their partner’s admiration and respect – and more – come the big day.

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Her V-Day do’s and don’ts include…

Do:

– Buy a card with a thoughtful, romantic inscription or, better still, get a blank one and write your own. Make it really special by slipping a pressed flower or rose petal in the envelope.

– Give a small, considered gift as a token of your love. This needn’t be expensive or lavish – it really is the thought that counts.

Don’t:

– Write poems, especially those starting ‘Roses are red…’. She’ll have to smile and thank you, when she really wants to curl up and disappear in embarrassment

– Send flowers to her workplace. It’s cringeworthy and regardless of what she tells her colleagues, she’ll secretly hate you for it.

The author’s new novel, Etched in Stone, has just been released through The Wild Rose Press.

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