I was given the opportunity to review What Your Husband Isn't Telling You from Bethany House Publishers. I have to admit, after reading For Women Only I was a bit prepared for "more of the same", but I couldn't have been further from that.
I have to admit, it took me a LONG time to read this book. It did not hold my interest. I think it had more to do with the writing style then anything else, I just simply couldn't focus. I did find the author's assessment of history to be interesting, and really couldn't disagree, I simply didn't find that it was new information. The author does clearly explain his intent in the introduction and a desire to give a lot of information before helping the reader with application. I didn't find the presentation itself to be frustrating. I found it to be a bit long winded.
The author's presentation of provider and protector were very interesting, yet I think that his desire to draw from male instinct was limiting.
All men are different, and I think that many could read this book and think wow, this explains a lot about why I am the way I am, I don't believe it applied to all men.
I give this book a 3 out of 5.