Unfortunately, even though there are a few hearty laugh-out-loud moments in the book, it's not going to spectacularly stand out on one's bookshelf compared to the many other books of this sort. It does have a few saving graces, however. McPherson does a better job of delving into the nuances of relationship dynamics in the modern couple than do a lot of the other books I've come across in a while. He includes everything from married couples literally butting heads with ram-horn-caps to shedding tears when a wife cleans house and accidentally sells a rare beer bottle and everything in-between. Read Full Review
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