After a romantically charged lunar eclipse last month, February offers a less dramatic display from the love gods. In fact, with no planetary activity in either your romantic and relationship sectors, it is just the Moon providing access to the love and relationship gods this month. You do begin the month with Venus, the planet of love in an adventurous part of your chart, but she will leave on 4th February. However, Venus was here during last month's romantically charged lunar eclipse and with the Moon yet to come full circle from that eclipse, she will start the month still bringing the spirit of romance and adventure together. The spirit of adventure itself is in safe hands, but until Venus reappears in a social and serendipitous part of your chart early next month, she will take herself out of the picture. The Moon will come full circle from last month's lunar eclipse from 18th February to 20th February, creating some of the most romantically charged days of this short month. Often what is triggered on a Full Moon, eclipsing or otherwise, comes to fruition when the Moon comes full circle, often in unexpected ways. The Moon will return four days after Valentine's Day, so instead of focusing on what the media says is the most important day of the year for romance focus instead on what the love gods have to say. This could create some unexpected romantic developments. Meanwhile, the Moon will move through your relationship sector from 22nd February to 24th February. With Mars gone from Aries by then there won't be a repeat of last month's opposition. However, as well as fuelling strong emotional responses to relationship matters, these monthly visits are designed to put a balance between your personal and relationship needs to the test. You can't fix what you can't see.