Nouns / phrases:
Romance, infatuation. Romantic love, butterflies in the stomach. Romanticisation; rose-coloured glasses.
Love in all its forms - e.g. parental love, the love for our friends, platonic love, altruism. Fondness, amicability. A disposition of benevolence.
The loving gaze, forgiveness, reconciliation. Tenderness, gentleness, sweet temper. Softness, pampering.
Acts of love, e.g.: loving care, the showing of compassion, being happy for someone,giving comfort, tending to someone who is ill. Charity, donations, welfare. A heart of gold.
Traditionally: passion. For me: wholeheartedness / promptings of the heart.
To romance somebody; to fall in love. To romanticise, to wear rose-coloured glasses. To love, be fond of, show affection. To act gently, coddle. To take something to heart. To care (for others), tend somebody. To show mercy. To emphasise, have compassion, give solace. To forgive, reconcile. To put one's heart and soul in it; to follow the leadings of one's heart; to wear one's heart on one's sleeve.
Romantic. In love, infatuated. Loving, fond (of), affectionate, benevolent. Tender, gentle, sweet-tempered, soft-hearted. Soft (on), pampering, mollycoddled. Good at heart, compassionate, caring, altruistic, charitable, magnanimous, merciful, selfless. Forgiving. Traditionally: passionate. For me: wholehearted - "involved with all one's heart". Close to one's heart. Touching.
As a person: Someone with the above attributes. Someone dear to the querent;
someone who loves the querent. Darling. Good soul. In relationship readings: a new love interest / the other man or woman.
Spend quality time with your loved ones! Have a heart! Forgive! Follow your heart! Negatively: Take off your rose-coloured glasses; stop mollycoddling!
Time factor *) : For me: when your heart says it's time.