This is a book about how to get more of what you want out of your marriage by applying common economic principles to your particular situation. The different economic concepts you’ll learn are as follows: division of labor, loss aversion, supply and demand, moral hazard, incentives, trade-offs, asymmetric information, intertemporal choice, bubbles, and game theory. Applying these theories as the sole solution to a problem a couple is having sometimes seems too simplistic. However, I found this book to be a creative way to start thinking about common marital issues such as dividing chores, childcare, planning date nights, dysfunctional communication, sex, and more. The book is very approachable, easy to read, and easy to understand. It would be good as a self-help read for couples looking to improve their relationship, AND for therapists/counselors who might be able to use these concepts in their treatment practice.