I love the concept behind this book. Each devotion begins by describing an event or circumstance surrounding a biblical couple. This is followed by a short section of teaching, whether it was a "high note" or a "low note" (good example or bad), a question (or a few) to discuss and, finally, an action item. These are VERY short, although the discussion is likely to take a while, if you actually dive into it.
Unfortunately, we just didn't find anything outstanding about any of the devotions. There was nothing we particularly DISliked; there just wasn't anything we particularly liked.
The devotions themselves - the teaching portion - were mediocre.
Many of the discussion topics were very good, but would have been better had they been more specific. Those of us who aren't talking about some of these things generally aren't talking about them because we have difficulty "getting our heads around" certain vague topics BECAUSE THEY'RE VAGUE. I would have found it more helpful for these to be more specific or concrete. A few of them were, and I found these much more useful.
Some of the action items could have been helpful, but require a lot of prior planning, making them more conducive to some other setting than a devotional. (There just was no practical way to accomplish many of these during a devotional time.)