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Love Oracles

Sex and Romance Inspiration from the Good, the Bad and the Beautiful

Anna Higgie

£14.99 (inc UK VAT)

Love Oracles is the latest edition in the Laurence King oracle cards range, a series of charming and engaging card decks designed to guide and inspire.

Horoscope aficionados, astrology enthusiasts, and star-crossed lovers can use the Love Oracles to ask history’s most famous lovers for advice on romantic life and relationships.

Struggling to meet the right partner? Worried your powers of seduction are lacking somewhat? Want to improve your relationships with family and friends? Elizabeth Taylor, Shakespeare, and a host of famous lovers are here to help. Simply select any card from the pack, choose the oracle’s advice on one-night stands, long-term relationships and break-ups, or family and friends and any obstacle becomes surmountable. 

Wondering what qualities are most important to look for in a long-term partner? Get Jane Austen’s guidance. Longing for someone to sweep you off your feet? Ask Casanova for help. And if you’re curious whether you should try something new in the bedroom? Rihanna just might have your answer.

The perfect gift for those looking for a lighthearted break from tarot cards and the a fitting activity for Valentine’s Day.

Get advice and inspiration from the likes of:

  • Lord Byron
  • Lena Dunham
  • George Clooney
  • Joan Collins
  • Jonathan Van Ness
  • Serge Gainsbourg
  • George Michael
  • Yoko Ono
  • Sigmund Freud
  • Zelda Fitzgerald
  • Casanova*

*All of the advice offered by the love oracles has been inspired by their work, actions and personalities. There are no direct quotations, apart from where quotation marks are used.

Discover the other card decks in the Oracles series, including the bestselling Art Oracles, Fashion Oracles and Music Oracles.

Love Oracles ships internationally with free shipping within the UK.

Freelance illustrator Anna Higgie lives and works in Bristol, UK. Her clients include British Vogue, Vanity Fair, Converse, the Guardian and the Financial Times.

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