Book Review: The Good Girl’s Guide To Great Sex
Bad girls don’t have all the fun, despite what the world tries to tell us. Magazine ads, television commercials, and those pesky internet pop-ups try to lure us into the mindset that having an exciting sex life is only possible if you’re thin, promiscuous, and . . . well . . . a little trashy. Sheila Wray Gregoire dispells this myth and more in her book, “The Good Girl’s Guide To Great Sex”.
If you’re like me, and you’ve read dozens of Christian “self-help” books on marriage and sex and intimacy, please do not think that you can skip over this one. The Good Girls Guide To Great Sex delivers more up-front, direct, no-beating-around-the-bush truths about sex and marriage than most and will leave you feeling more confident and headache-free in the bedroom. Her frank, honest approach to discussing God’s design and purpose for sex within the marriage is refreshing and enlightening . . . and often entertaining.
Whether you are engaged to be married, newly married, or have been married for fifty years, this book is for you. Whether you have a great sex life, or you’re wanting to improve your sex life, or you’re running from your sex life, this book is for you. Sheila’s encouragement for the spiritual, physical, and relational aspects of your sexual relationship with your husband will encourage the good girl in you to go after all the goodness God wants for you in your marriage.