Red-Hot Romance Tips for Women

Christian - Non-Fiction
112 Pages
Reviewed on 02/18/2014
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Reviewed by Darin Godby for Readers' Favorite

Bill and Pam Farrel do it again. They produce a work of art in helping the reader learn new and exciting ways to keep romance alive and well within a marriage. While the book was written with the woman in mind, it goes both ways and men could definitely learn something from the material as well. Red-Hot Romance Tips For Women allows the woman to hear about some exciting ways that she can keep the romance alive and well with her husband. They go from A-Z with ideas that will strengthen a marriage and allow fun and excitement to return should it be lost at the moment. While the book is small in size, it is filled to the brim with power-packed ideas, resources, and encouragement.

Bill and Pam use a lot of their own ideas, yet they also use ideas they have read or learned about from others, putting them together in one volume to help readers rekindle the flame within their marriage as quickly as possible. There are resources listed in the back of the book that would enable readers to continue this study with different authors. This would be an excellent book for a ladies' group to read, discuss, and then return home and begin to put into motion with their husbands. While this is written for the ladies, the men must remember they have their part to do as well if the marriage is to have a red-hot romance kindled within.