Finally Free by Heath Lambert.
Having read many books on this topic, I quickly identified three unique and noteworthy strengths in Finally Free. The first is its commitment to the gospel of grace. Lambert avoids using “gospel” or “grace” like buzzwords that have no real meaning. He speaks of grace as a power that we can discover, that we can use, that is available to us as we fight against sin. The second is the books sheer practicality. No other book I have read so helpfully lays out strategies—strategies you can actually do and that will actually work—in the fight against porn. The third is its encouraging tone. He encourages by focusing on Christ’s power over sin and he encourages by his authority on the subject, earned in those thousands and thousands of counseling sessions.
Undefiled by Harry Schaumburg
Schaumburg’s particular strength and ministry is in recovery from sexual sin. This book is ideal for hurting spouses who are attempting to recover together.
Wired For Intimacy by William Struthers
Struthers explores the important link between pornography and biology.
Purity Is Possible by Helen Thorne
Written for women, this book addresses the issues of pornography, fantasy and erotica from a female perspective.
Sexual Sanity For Men by David White
This book is geared toward helping men build or recover a healthy sexual identity.
Sexual Sanity for Women by Ellen Dykas
Sexual Detox: A Guide for Guys Who Are Sick of Porn by Tim Challies
A short, punchy book on pornography geared particularly to young men.
Samson and the Pirate Monks by Nate Larkin
A gut-honest book about porn and one that provides a hopeful way forward.