When you start dating someone new and promising, he’s probably on his best behavior — but what’s he really like in a committed relationship, once the initial bloom of romance wears off? Without a crystal ball — or an army of honest and talkative exes on your side — it can be hard to tell at first what kind of husband or boyfriend your man might make. But there is hope. Just like buying a new car, when it comes to men, you have to consider carefully what you’re in the market for. Is it that hot, zippy little red number, a roomy, dependable minivan, or maybe the oversized SUV that bellows, “I’m the boss of the highway”? Even if you don’t carry a laminated make-or-break relationship list in your wallet, you can still head into the dating game armed with important information — and all you need is his Sun sign. Knowledge is power. Read your guy’s sign to find out all about what kind of mate he’ll make.
Silver-tongued Gemini will sweep you off your feet with his fascinating conversation, witty stories and expert flirting skills. Just be forewarned, you may not be the only one he’s chatting up or squiring around town. Gemini's are famous for their diverse interests, and that extends to romance. The sign of the Twins likes to play the field before settling down with just one lover. Still, Gemini can make an excellent long-term partner, as long as you keep the relationship fun, playful and dynamic. You can always count on Gemini to be a captivating conversationalist and a great sounding board when it comes to your relationships, career and other interests. Just don’t be surprised if he isn’t the most sentimental or emotional lover around. Be sure to give him space; as a true intellectual, he lives in his head and may be of two minds about most things. On that note, it can be tough for him to make a decision. If you’re hoping for a proposal, it may take him quite a while to pop the question. In fact, you may end up having to step up and do it yourself.