"Bad reasons to move in together: to save commute time or to stabilize a shaky relationship. Good reason: you're very sure that this is the person with whom you want to spend your life. And listen to your gut if something doesn't feel right. The authors - a pair of sisters, one a writer and one an attorney - spend a lot of the book discussing the signals of a bad decision to live together. But once that hurdle is crossed, the book is filled with lots of practical advice: telling parents, handling legal matters such as wills, setting a timeline for marriage and, if necessary, breaking up. A short and sweet guide that covers all the bases. A postscript covers some particular issues for gay couples."
-The Dallas Morning New