The always provocative and insightful Rabbi Shmuley argues convincingly that men need to lust for, not just love their women. This book will restore lost passion to your relationship. --Mehmet Oz, MD, Professor and Vice Chair, Surgery, NYP/Columbia Hospital; host, The Dr. Oz Show
Only Rabbi Shmuley is brave enough to say aloud what we women in long-term relationships secretly yearn for the most: to be desired. Kosher Lust is a how-to marriage saver, a start-tonight passion igniter, replete with Shmuley s trademark candor, spiritual wisdom and humor. A must-read. --Lisa Bloom, New York Times bestselling author of Think and Swagger
Who better than an orthodox rabbi to tell you that lust is not only good, it s sanctioned by the Bible. That s right: it s kosher. Shmuley Boteach can add another notch to his calling card. He is not only the love rabbi, he is the lust rabbi now, as well. --Alan Colmes, Fox News Radio
The great virtue of Kosher Lust is that it will push readers to re-evaluate their relationships in a constructive way, allowing couples to explore the positive role lust can play in their lives. It is Rabbi Shmuley at his best! --by JOEL B. POLLAK, breitbart.com
About the Author
Shmuley Boteach is one of the worlds leading relationship experts and values and spirituality exponents. He is the author of twenty-six books, which have been translated into eighteen languages, and his columns, TV, and radio appearances are regular staples in media all over the world. Rabbi Shmuley has debated and discussed Jesus and Christianity with leading Christian scholars for more than twenty years, and his columns on Judaism and Christianity have appeared in the Wall St. Journal, Jerusalem Post, Huffington Post, Washington Post, London Times, Guardian, and many other leading publications. Rabbi Shmuley was labeled a cultural phenomenon and the most famous rabbi in America by Newsweek magazine, and is regularly listed as one of the ten most influential rabbis in the United States. Rabbi Shmuley lives in Englewood, NJ, with his Australian wife Debbie. They have nine children. Follow him on Twitter @RabbiShmuley.