What I Love About You
(Kate and David Marshall, Penguin Random House/Harmony)
A fresh way for couples to say “I love you.”
This fill-in-the-blank book prompts you to say what is in your heart, but may not always be at the tip of your tongue. Tell the most important person in your life just how much they mean to you by completing the scores of unique, evocative checklists, short answers, and phrases in this attractive gift book.
Playful, tender, and personal, What I Love About You makes a romantic gift for special occasions such as anniversaries, Valentine’s Day and birthdays, or just because the spirit moves you. It is equally good for couples in passionate love as well as those looking for ways to rekindle the sparks. Expressing love is always the answer.
If we’d first met in a comic strip, the thought bubble over my head would have said…
I adore this little daily ritual or habit we have…
One of your most irresistible physical features is…
I missed you when…
Kate and David’s story of what it’s like to give and receive What I Love About You.
“My wife said this was the best gift she had ever been given in her life. I really liked how a lot of the questions made me have to really think outside the box and look at the important parts of our marriage more intentionally. Definitely recommend this!”
“This book expressed everything I’ve been feeling for the past 7 years with my significant other and I very, very highly recommend it. Of all the sentimental gifts I’ve given, this one got the biggest (positive) reaction, and is my absolute favorite.”
“I’ve seen other couple journals that try to stir up trouble. Not this one. Even if you’re not feeling into it when you sit down to start writing in the book, the questions so gently and respectfully remind you of the good stuff in your relationship that matter most and all the things you’ve gone through together that you find yourself feeling really good.”
“I purchased this book as a gift for my husband. It helped me express romantic sentiments and memories, which was extremely helpful as I am not a mushy gushy kind of girl. It made me think about my love and our relationship in ways I hadn’t in a while.
“His face as he was reading it was well worth every minute spent writing the answers.”