This book is intended to be utilized as if it were a coach guiding you through the maze of personal financial literacy options available. The romantic parallelism is intended as an extra point of reference. It is ironic that these are two elements of life, romance and finance, that virtually everyone will deal with at some point. Not only do they not have traditional means of practical education, they are almost taboo to talk about even in polite conversation. Too many of us learn about these two important elements of life in a haply, catch as one can type of way. Everyone has had some form of a love life or dreams of having one. Everyone desires to be at least financially stable if not rich. The hope of this book is to illustrate a relationship between love life and financial life so that the reader can be even more inspired to improve their financial literacy, and perhaps spice up their love life too. It is often misquoted in the Bible when people say money is the root of all evil. It actually states the love of money. We emphasize the difference between the love of money and the use of money as a tool. We dont discount the importance of money in our everyday lives, therefore, the need for proper management of it, but we want everyone to understand the importance of other qualities in life such as character development, morality, and of course love. In other words, as important as money is, it is not everything. Money is a great tool, but a poor master. This book looks to change mindsets. We want to think that money is not the root of all evil . . . but living in poverty is evil when you can do better.