Kiss me againHe (or she) is my soul mate.

Have you heard those words from  someone?

I have. I didn’t believe them. It seems when I’ve heard those words, the relationship that seems so perfect and so right, isn’t. And it ends.

Did God create us to find a soul mate?

I didn’t think so(a true one where there is only one man for one woman), until I read Kiss Me Again–Restoring Lost Intimacy in Marriage by Barbara Wilson. I didn’t realize that there is a chemical in our bodies that bonds us to someone. Very fascinating.

This book is addressed to married women who have lost desire in their marriage.

I had a give-a-way copy, so I chose to have a drawing at a church meeting. I only allowed the married women to enter. So, after explaining the purpose of the book, I drew a name.  And the man whose wife won, jumped up and said, “I won. I won.”

At the time of the drawing, I had not read the book and didn’t understand how absolutely valuable this book is. And it is not just for married women. I feel so strongly that young single women should also read Kiss Me Again.

The back cover:

Do you ever wonder why marriage can seem like the end of intimacy and sexual desire instead of the beginning?

Ever wonder why it was so hard to resist sex before marriage—and so easy to resist it now? If so, you’re not alone! Many married women genuinely want to feel more desire toward their husbands…and can’t figure out what went wrong. But there’s good news. In Kiss Me Again, Barbara Wilson shows how powerful “invisible bonds” from past relationships can cause heartache, disappointment, and distance for couples in the present. Then—with sensitivity, honesty, and hope—Barbara walks you step by step toward healing…and a rekindling of the closeness and passion with your husband that you really want.

You don’t have to live any longer with confusion, disappointment, resentment, or shame. You can rediscover desire. You can say Wow! again.

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This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.