Do bad girls really have more fun? Surveys say no. The women who are most likely to enjoy sex are married and religious. In other words, they’re Good Girls! But good girls know that making sex great isn’t about acting trashy. It’s about recognizing what God really designed sex for, and then learning how to reap all these benefits and joyfully enjoy your husband.
Frank and contemporary, this unabridged audio download of The Good Girls’ Guide to Great Sex will give the newly engaged and new brides—and some veteran wives—a Christian place to turn to answer their most intimate, and embarrassing, questions. In a conversational style, with lots of humorous anecdotes, the book will show that sex isn’t just physical: it’s also an emotional and spiritual experience. And we’ll learn why commitment in a Christian marriage is the perfect recipe for a sex life which is out of this world!
- Recommended read
It's easy to develop a frustrated and selfish attitude regarding sex. This book helps to put the act into proper perspective and look at it from a healthy viewpoint. Such reminders are important in a marriage because it really is a bond that can make your marriage stronger or drive it apart.
There are certain sections covering different birth control options and this practice goes against my religion (which is why I rate it 4 and not 5). However, beyond that, I think it is wonderfully written.
- Too simple
I got 1-2 good ideas from it. I think this book is too simple, it is probably for people with little knowledge on the subject. By the way, there is a mistake in the content: the author of the book The Five Love Lenguages is Gary Chapman, not Gary Smalley.