I ordered the book in hoping to use it in a couple’s bible study class. The book was written as a women’s bible study tool but not a couple’s bible study. Men will find it offensive at times. A good example of this is on page 34, The Relentless Romance. The question comes up between a couple about how a woman defines romance and how women want to be continually pursued. The author makes the husband sound as if he is unfeeling, more or less a moron. In the author’s point of view, the man’s option is wrong so any further discussion is moot. Very narrow minded thinking. The basic fact that God created men and women different does not mean one is better than the other. On page 61, Two Becoming One, she uses the example of the unfaithful husband loving his wife for 360 days and 5 days of the year, he has a thing for blondes. Seriously, this is the only example you could come up with. I could see the romance novel style stories would appeal to many women and all the discussions are about women. If this is what you are looking for this will be a good book, if not beware.
I received a free copy of this book from WaterBrook Multnomah in exchange for my honest review of the book.