Daddy Dates, by Greg Wright, is easy to read, easy to enjoy, and easy to be inspired by. The author, father of four girls, shares his experiences with "dating" his daughters--and provides insight as to how the reader might do the same. Wright provides reason for the dating idea, and practical examples. I enjoyed his flowing, conversational style and his humor throughout the book. I also appreciated his encouragement to intentionally know one's children (whether you're the mother or the father) and to parent with a purpose rather than simply coexisting with one's offspring.
The book has a mildly Christian flavor (certainly some biblical principles!) yet is not explicitly about God or His Word.
Thanks, Booksneeze, for providing this complimentary copy for purpose of review. It has inspired me, a mom, to wisely use the brief time I have with my childrren, as children.