My wife and I both grew up in Christian households, in fact I now serve as a youth minister. One concession I have to make about my Christian upgbringing is that for every sermon or lesson I heard on sexuality, it seemed there was a differnt view expressed. In other words, I received so many different mixed signals about sex and sexual intimacy. So, when my wife and I had trouble truly connecting on this level, we tried to remember the advice we recieved in pre-marriage counseling, and sought advice from people we respected to no avail. When we began reading the book together, our eyes were opened. This subject that many people wouldn't touch with a 100 foot pole is addressed directy, lovingly, and, most important, spiritually. The biggest comment my wife made was that she felt it expressed the woman's side of the issue very well. She didn't feel degraded or feel as if it were telling her she is to be a sex slave (an attitude far to common in many cirlces).
This book is great in the fact that it expresses what physical intimacy in the context of marriage really is, that both partners are responsible for it, and it presentes woderful advice that will improve the intimacy you have with your spouse. It has opened both of our eyes to how beautiful sexual intimacy in marriage truly is.
This is not just a book about sex. I believe if read with an open mind and heart, this book can lead you and your spouse down a road not of just sexual intimacy, but to an intimacy that will extend to all parts of your marriage.