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A book review of Hot, Holy and Humorous: Sex in Marriage by God’s Design by J. Parker

A book review of Hot, Holy and Humorous: Sex in Marriage by God's Design by J. ParkerStars: *****

Broadstreet Publishing Groups (2016)
Christian Marriage
192 pages

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

Summary: Do you want to be a hottie in the bedroom without sacrificing holiness? How can you make the most of God’s gift of sexual intimacy in marriage?

Wrongful thinking and behaviors regarding sex permeate our culture. Christians need to reclaim sexuality and enjoy it in the way God intended.

God does not shy away from the subject of sex. The Bible shows a better way in every area—including the marital bedroom.

In Hot, Holy, and Humorous, author J. Parker gives candid advice for wives from a foundation of faith with a splash of humor

This book can boost your sex savvy and improve your marital intimacy. And guess what? With God’s perfect design, you and your spouse can enjoy the most amazing sex!

Hot, Holy and Humorous

In some Christian circles, talking about sex is a no-no and so many Christian women aren’t getting the advice they need; biblical advice about sex in marriage.

The author of this book, who also owns a blog by the same name, uses this book to show biblical quotes that underline what she is teaching. She is able to show that God doesn’t shy away from sex and that he does have advice for us on topics such as oral sex and orgasm as well as cultivating romance and getting ready for sex.

This book is amazing. The author clearly knows her topic and even better, she knows how to best explain things to other people who don’t know the topic as well. There are a few drawings of positions and body parts to help explain but nothing vulgar, just line drawings.

The book also has chapters on specific sex issues such as a low-desire husband or low-desire wife and physical pain during sex. This book is for women only but that doesn’t mean that the woman reading the book can’t share what she has learned with her husband.

I think the book would be especially beneficial for a newly married couple where both are virgins and so are new at figuring out what to do. The book doesn’t explain the basic A goes into B part but explains what you could do with your hands and mouth while you are doing that part and other ways you can make it enjoyable for both of you. That’s the key. Some Christian sex advice makes it seem like it’s only supposed to be enjoyable for the male. This book knows that true married Christian sex is about both of them.

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