Margaret talks about using star signs
Again I’m talking about using star signs to flesh out characters. Aquarius happens to be my own star sign – though I hasten to add that not all of these characteristics apply to me!
From one of my sources (Linda Goodman’s book of Sun Signs) Aquarian women are as paradoxical in love as in everything else; very faithful when they are in love but can be detached with a lack of emotion.
As long as they’re left free to see other friends and pursue their many other interests they can have a happy, loving relationship. Her dreams, though, are different to other people, she hears a distant drummer and follows a star most of us have never seen.
She’ll be glad to let a man take her hand and walk beside her as they watch the sunrise, but she doesn’t like to be distracted with too much togetherness. Oops! Is that really a heroine in one of my books? She does needs to be left alone sometimes though, to wander through her own little wonderland.
The quickest way to lose her is to show jealousy or possessiveness. Don’t dare criticise her, or dissect her private thoughts. On the other hand she will probe into a man’s heart until he hasn’t a secret left or a dream that hasn’t been analysed.
She’s never in a hurry to get married either, needing to weigh up the man in her life first. She needs to test him and find out what makes him tick.