The insights that Steve and Cathy offer are good and their advice is sound.
But, those insights make up only a small portion of this "true story", which is predominantly a string of tediously detailed sexual encounters.
Most of this detail must be imaginative, as no one could precisely recall how deep the thrusts, how copious the emissions, and how salty the flavors were at every encounter over the past twenty years.
And their prosaic descriptions do not even have the redeeming value of being erotic.
Another bothersome trait is their tendency to self-aggrandizement, as in the book's title whatever this "New Era" was, Steve and Cathy give no evidence that they helped it "Dawn" and in their unsupported claim to be "pioneers in a brand new lifestyle." If the chronology presented is accurate, Steve and Cathy were "swingers" for almost 20 years before they ever attended a club or held a party.
The writing is clear, if a bit breathless, and the typos are few, albeit with an overabundance of capitalization.
The layout and design are distractingly amateurish.