Hola Setsuwa--'Te amo' can be used to say romantically 'I love you'. 'Me encanta dinero' can be used to say 'I love money.' Or literally, 'Money enchants me'. 'Te quiero' can be used to say 'I love you' to your friend, spouse, or your child. It doesn't have to be romantic. Also there is an expression of speech used in some places: ' caer bien' which they use to say someone likes someone else, not romantically. So for instance, someone might say, 'El profesor me cae bien.' To mean that he likes his teacher.
(I couldn't reply to Setsuwa directly. And I hope I explained this correctly. If not, I am sure someone will correct me.)