It might be a good idea to remember that:
Valentine's Day Gifts: The Expert's AdviceTracy Brant at Great-Dating-Services.com gives this surefire advice:
"Get Busy on a Thoughtful Valentine Gift. Forget the overpriced flowers, cliché heart-shaped candy box, and predictable greeting cards. Show your significant other that you care enough to put serious thought into the gift. Nothing says "I love you" like paying attention.
Chris Rovny at AskMen.com adds this snippet Valentine's Day gift advice for the savvy shopper. Chris suggests that "Buying her the usual card and flowers is acceptable for the early stage in a relationship, or when your involvement is relatively weak."
But if the relationship is a bit further along than that, something romantic, sexy, or unique is definitely a better idea.
How about a Goddess theme?
Here are a few gift ideas that you might want to consider:
A Valentine's Day Gift, As Unique As She Is
She's bound to appreciate a Valentine's Day present that is the ultimate in personalization...The Goddess Quiz and Report. Give her a gift certificate for the popular online personality test that reveals her personal goddess type in a 20+ page, in-depth report ($15).
Good luck and have a great Valentine's Day.