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Oh, I was expecting a bit more... most of the book is general relational advice for a couple, with maybe 15% specific to her husband's prostatectomy...
Basically, because of the stigma around prostate cancer, this couple didn't really deal with their changed sexuality for 3 years. Finally, after getting some good relational counseling, meeting with a tantrica, getting a massage table, and using the VED (vacuum erectile device) again, they were able to restore their sexual relationship.
That was a good and important story, but there is way too much narrative for that story. The author also gives far too much advice that she's not really qualified to give... she's a CPA, not a trained therapist. The advice she gives is not necessarily bad, but it lacks some of the context and depth that a trained therapist would be able to offer; her advice comes only out of her own experience.
The book is strongest in the story of how they specifically dealt with the prostatectomy. But that's a ways into the book, and not a large part of the book.
The flute interludes between sections were a bit loud and got a bit jarring after awhile.