Saturday, March 18, 2006

Biblioscopes: Advice for All Sun Signs March 18-24

Biblioscopes are the union of bibliomancy, divination through opening books to random pages and pondering the meaning of the phrases therein, and horoscopes, in that each sign does share certain commonalities, including planetary transits. Each Saturday I ask the Universe to lead my hands in opening the book to the right page for a week's worth of good advice for each sun sign. My comments are in italics.

This week's featured book is "Flirting with Danger" by USA Today Bestselling Author Suzanne Enoch.

"Ah. According to him, he doesn't quite know what to make of you, but concedes that you are extremely distracting, and that you tempt him to do things he probably would never have considered before making your acquaintance."
"Like lying to the police?" [Rimshot] Your sex appeal can get you far, but don't push it.

"I'm here." Tall and lanky, Texas in his soft voice, the lead attorney in the law firm of Donner, Rhodes and Chritchenson strode into the room. You won't need to do much to make an entrance. Just be yourself.

Samantha watched as Hans trimmed the crust off a fine-looking cucumber sandwich. "You are an artist," she stated, resting both elbows on the counter.
The tall Swede glanced at her. "It is only a sandwich, miss." Drop the humility act. You are that good.

"Stoney's never said anything different, either." She curled into him, kissing s throat. "And now for you. What sordid detail would I like to know?'
God. He could never let her know how. . . fulfilled he felt when she initiated contact. There's more to this story than you think. Drop your line of thought, and new options will open up.

Addison had gone from being the only witness against her to being the only man who could help clear her, and until that happened, she didn't want him dead. Pragmatism and enlightened self-interest go hand in hand in all your relationships this week.

"Splendid. And might I suggest omelets for breakfast?"
He nodded, wondering just when he'd lost control of his household. "That's fine." The more in-control you act, the more out of control you will become. Don't let it lead to a panic attack. Be truthful to yourself and others about what you sense in the situation.

"That confident, are you?" She wasn't armed; he could rush her, grab her, and hold her for the police. Instead, Richard took a sip of brandy. Who is actually in control?

"Just remember," he said, shifting his grip on her hand to pull her toward the door, "that I know what you're doing, and that I have a finite amount of patience for games." Whatever you do, don't use the phrase, "finite amount of patience," you will sound stuffy. Just make sure that they know you are on to them.

"Man, it must drive you crazy that you can't make me do something I don't w--"
He lowered his mouth to hers, sweeping his free hand around her waist and drawing her against his flat, muscled abdomen. A well-muscled abdomen can get you anything you want these days--just kidding. Greet confrontation with a big, sloppy smooch (like Bugs Bunny or Snoopy) and all will be well.

"I didn't compliment you on your great ass, either," he said, bending down to run his tongue with maddening slowness from between her breasts to the band of her panties. This is a week for brown-nosing. Extra compliments will end up doing you all the work for you.

she had the storage unit rented outside of Miami, a safe house here and there, and a nice-sized bank account in Switzerland, but that wasn't any of his business. Everything she needed to exist from day to day was in he trunk of the Honda. You will win by keeping your assets to yourself.

With a deep breath she reached out and shook his hand. Heat speared down his spine at the contact. Whatever this partnership was going to be, it wasn't simple. Follow your intuition in every new contact you make this week.

Suggestions welcome for books for upcoming Biblioscopes. Email me.


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