Having a happy and sexually satisfying marriage isn't work--it's fun!
Uncovered shares the secrets of understanding your husband and making your marriage your top priority using biblical wisdom, practical sense, and a bit of feminine charm. With plenty of wit and realistic advice, Susie Davis shows you
how to get over your naked self and love your body
what "speed sex" is (hint: it doesn't mean breaking records)
the importance of letting your husband be a man
how to move from roommate to playmate
and much more
Each chapter also includes a top secret section called The Male Room where real married men reveal their true feelings about their wives and marriages.
If you're ready to improve your relationship--and have fun--with the most important person in your life, this is the book for you.
"Wow. Uncovered is just that--honest, open, gut-level talk about putting the sexy back in marriage. This is not simply a book about sex--it's a thoughtful and brave look at making your marriage truly healthy."--Ronne, married to Brad 13 years
"I loved Susie's practical approach to marriage, the humorous stories, and the insightful comments from real husbands on their real views and needs. This is a fantastic read not only for those struggling in their marriage, but also those who already have a great marriage."--Joni, married to Kevin 13 years
"Uncovered sparked a fire in me that I didn't even know had gone out. This book has changed my attitude and my approach toward my husband."--Julie, married to David 14 years
Susie Davis is the author of several books, including Parenting Your Teen and Loving It, and is a popular retreat and conference speaker. She is founder and director of Susie Davis Ministries (www.susiedavisministries.com) and has a passion for helping others develop God-centered relationships.
Susie Davis is the author of several books, including Parenting Your Teen and Loving It, and is a popular retreat and conference speaker. She is founder and director of Susie Davis Ministries (www.susiedavisministries.com) and has a passion for helping others develop God centered relationships. With her husband, Will, she co-founded Austin Christian Fellowship in Austin, Texas, where he serves as senior pastor and she frequently teaches. They have three children.
A great read for any couple, whether they've been married for 1 year or 50! My husband and I really enjoyed reading this together.Published 10 days ago by LadyBookWorm
Recommended to anyone who have been married long enough to have had their first spat. I find every bit of the information provided accurate and relative. Read morePublished on August 15, 2013 by Timothy M Young
Even being married 35 years, Susie hit on some things that I needed reminded of. This would be excellent for the newly married couples. Read morePublished on July 20, 2013 by KDH
Susie Davis presents a very candid and realistic view that is helpful to all women/wives who want to "talk" about this subject but are too shy to ask. Read morePublished on July 11, 2013 by A. Carol Martin
The Author did a nice job in detailing some common vices plaguing marriages today. The book is an easy read and the content was put in a way not overly-common to these types of... Read morePublished on August 27, 2011 by Root
UNCOVERED is a book that shares the secrets of understanding your husband and making your marriage your top priority. Ms. Read morePublished on August 5, 2011 by Lollipops
Uncovered is an incredibly candid book about a long lost love affair we need to re-ignite with our husbands. Susie helps us to reignite the passion and love we have for our spouse. Read morePublished on March 5, 2011 by Michelle Sarabia
Susie is a great speaker and author and she 'does it again' with this book. I loved the way she interviewed the guys and wrote their comments at the end of each chapter. Read morePublished on October 8, 2010 by becky
This book is a must read for any married couple--it's funny and upbeat and at the same time tugs on your heartstrings when you read the first-hand accounts from the group of men... Read morePublished on October 8, 2010 by Melinda G.