Well, Valentine’s Day is around the corner.

Are you looking for a book on love, sex, dating or relationships?

The biggest selling book on love, romance and relationships in the past couple years is:

Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment by Steve Harvey. It has almost 800 (!) reviews on Amazon.com and is still ranked in the top 100 a year after its publication.

Here are a few of the other intriguing options out there:

Better Off Wed? Fling or Ring – Which Finger to Give Him? by Alison James

The Man Plan: Drive Men Wild – Not Away by Whitney Casey

What Was I Thinking? 58 Bad Boyfriend Stories, edited by Barbara Davilman and Liz Dubelman

I Used to Miss Him . . . But My Aim’s Improving by Alison James (a creative, witty author)

1001 Ways to Be Romantic by Greg Godek

What Your Mama Never Told You – Tara Roberts

Finding the Love of Your Life – Neil Clark Warren

Dating and Mating – Darren Burton

Stumbling Naked in the Dark: Overcoming Mistakes Men Make with Women -Bradley Fenton

What Men Won’t Tell You and Women Need to Know by Bob Berkowitz

How to Duck a Sucka – by Big Boom (yes, that’s his name)

And of course two of the grandaddys:

Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus – John Gray

He’s Just Not That Into You by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tucillo

That best-selling book by Greg Behrendt not only spawned a movie and a new career as a talk-show host, it inspired several copy-cat books such as:

He Just THINKS He’s Not That Into You: The Insanely Determined Girl’s Guide to Getting The Man She Wants by Danielle Whitman

Be Honest – You’re Not That Into Him Either: Raise Your Standards and Reach for the Love You Deserve by Ian Kerner

And, if you want a daily supply of smart posts about dating, mating, relating and romance; be sure to check out the witty, insightful blog by The Dating Goddess. http://www.datinggoddess.com/ She’s been quoted in Wall Street Journal and a few of her fun and fascinating books include:

Date or Wait: Are You Ready for Mr. Great?

You’ve Got to Kiss a Lot of Princes