Living in Love by James and Betty Robison
This book is the 1st person account of James and Betty Robison marriage.
Overall nothing new in this book, as compared to the countless other marriage books on the market. If you are interested in their personal story, then it is worth reading.
I feel that Mr. Robison in some aspects has snowed his wife. Her explanation for many of his shortcomings through the years being the result of his upbringing (for example: read Every Man’s Battle by Arterburn, Stoeker, and Yorkey-all men struggle with lust at one point or another, regardless of their upbringing).
Overall the book falls in the “just okay” category, not good but not bad.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review