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Why I Want 31 Days to Great Sex

Actual conversation with my husband last night:

Him: So, what do you want for Christmas?
Me: I want 31 Days to Great Sex
Him: Can we get that on Amazon?
Me: Yes.

Him: Is that it?
Me: Yeah....but then you have to actually do it, with your wife...
Him: Well, you've got a problem then.
Me: Why?
Him: Because you don't have a wife.
Me: Ughhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!

Seriously now...why do I want the book, 31 Days to Great Sex, for Christmas?

I know because Sheila wrote it, it's gonna be good. She's written this book specifically for married couples who are interested in taking love, friendship and fun to the next level. I'm all about that.

Second, I want it because reading about marriage from Godly sources and constantly working on things is part of mine and Larry's ongoing strategy for keeping our marriage strong.

Is our sex life terrible? No, actually it's pretty smokin' hot. And there's a reason for that.  We keep working on it. 

I know I'm going to be getting this book for Christmas, and hopefully 31 amazing days along with it. :)   For those of you who are blog readers who don't know my husband real well, or at all...the conversation shared above is a joke. He'll be glad to participate in this 31 day journey.

Author Sheila Wray Gregoire says:

Who will benefit from this book?


Newlyweds who want to start off well!


Couples for whom life has become blah and too routine


Couples who have almost given up hope that sex can become great


Couples in conflict because one spouse wants sex more frequently than the other


In other words--just about every married couple. It doesn't matter where you are in your marriage, the 31 Days to Great Sex will help you talk about sex more, think about intimacy more, and feel much closer together.

So here's my thought. Even if your sex life is fantastic, you know the old saying... "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." I'm making an investment in my marriage this Christmas. You might want to put 31 Days to Great Sex on your Christmas list too.

 

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