The Book of Romance: What Solomon Says About Love, Sex, and Intimacy
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The Book of Romance: What Solomon Says About Love, Sex, and Intimacy  -     By: Tommy Nelson

The Book of Romance: What Solomon Says About Love, Sex, and Intimacy

Thomas Nelson / 2007 / Paperback

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Frank, funny, and filled with insightful gems, The Book of Romance leads you through the most tender book in the Bible in an unforgettable way. With heaps of humor and personal anecdotes to explain the mysteries of attraction, dating, courtship, and intimacy, you'll learn realistic ways to create a godly marriage and keep your romantic love for a lifetime. Paperback.

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Title: The Book of Romance: What Solomon Says About Love, Sex, and Intimacy
By: Tommy Nelson
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.38 (inches)
Weight: 7 ounces
ISBN: 0785288988
ISBN-13: 9780785288985
Stock No: WW88986

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The Bible is well-known for its wisdom on spiritual concerns and righteous living. But did you know it can also guide you in matters of dating, courtship, and marriage?

Wise and engaging, The Book of Romance digs deep into the Song of Solomon and what it says about the Bible's most passionate lovers. As you learn about their relationship, you'll discover how you, too, can experience the deep emotional, sexual, and spiritual satisfaction that God created to be enjoyed in marriage.

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