With the same candor and creativity that made Men Are Life Waffles—Women Are Like Spaghetti (more than 270,000 copies sold) a bestseller, author Pam Farrel gives wives 52 ways to wow their husbands and add spark to their marriages. Pam delivers humor in her fun woman-to-woman style through inspirational stories, godly advice, and easy-to-read offerings that include:
Newlyweds, married with kids, or empty nesters will appreciate these ideas crafted for the busy life. A woman can try one idea a week for a year or take on a few at a time to deepen her spiritual, emotional, and physical bond with her loved one.
“Today's marriages need all the inspiration and support
possible. Farrel's 52Ways to Wow
Your Husband is a charming, inspirational, and motivational
short-read that can improve a marriage. In a time when many people
focus only on what they deserve or how they feel, it's refreshing
to read a book that reminds women of their power to influence their
husband, and ultimately enjoy marriage more, by thinking and acting
upon his needs.”
—Brenda Nixon, M.A.
“Pam’s new book, 52 Ways to Wow Your Husband,
is packed with plenty of loving, humorous, and fun ideas to keep
the spark alive in your marriage. With her usual godly wisdom and
lighthearted style, she encourages women toward a more satisfying,
surprising, and intimate relationship with their spouse and with
the Lord. No matter what age or stage you’re at, you’ll want to
keep this book handy for both practical and creative ways to keep
the ‘wow-factor’ in your marriage.”
—Rebecca Barlow Jordan, author of Day-votions for Women, Day-votions for Mothers, and Day-votions for Grandmothers
Pam Farrel and her husband, Bill, are the authors of Men Are Like Waffles—Women Are Like Spaghetti (more than 300,000 copies sold) and Red-Hot Monogamy. In addition, Pam has written 52 Ways to Wow Your Husband and The 10 Best Decisions a Woman Can Make. They are cofounders and codirectors of Love-Wise, an organization to help people connect love and wisdom and bring practical insights to their personal relationships.