Taurus | Horoscope Expert


Apr 20 – May 20

Be careful of others who are determined to set you up with the perfect date. While it may be flattering to know your friends want to see you in love, there might be other agendas hidden just beneath the surface.

Beware of any especially glittery gifts in the realm of romance as the week begins – you want the real deal, not something meant to impress. Look deeper, and insist that other pertinent parties do the same. Around Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, your calm, patience and awareness are rewarded with tidings of comfort and joy – and a shift in perspective that shines a new light in your heart. A discussion with a certain someone could end up very warm and cozy, indeed. Then you might anticipate something erratic or odd this weekend; meet it with aplomb, and you'll be sitting pretty.

The new moon in your money-focused sign on May 4 gives you a great perspective on your finances. Have you and your partner saved up enough money to splurge on that big-ticket item? Or is your bank balance finally big enough to make a good impression on a first date? If you’ve got it, flaunt it.

Saturn is retrograde when loving Venus squares it on the seventh, which could cause some strain in even the most loving of relationships. Perceived inequality is the biggest obstacle now. When you give, it’s natural to want to get something in return.

Romantic Venus enters your pleasure-seeking sign on May 15, so you’re a confident and sensual lover. Taking your time to make sure both parties’ senses are elevated could take you both to new heights.

The emotional moon turns full in intense Scorpio on the eighteenth, illuminating some deep romantic secrets. You want to know about everyone else’s hidden thoughts, but you aren’t quick to divulge your own.

A nurturing Venus-Neptune sextile on May 30 helps you show some extra TLC to someone you really care about, but it’s easy to blur the line between friendship and romantic love. There’s nothing to be embarrassed about, Taurus, but it’s probably something that will need to be acknowledged at some point.