This was a quick read and I enjoyed it. The story is not overly complicated with story-lines, but there was enough to keep me hooked. At first glimpse, the main character’s life appears to be perfect. We quickly learn that something has snagged her life and it seems to be unraveling. There is so much in this story that everyone can relate to something, from her very humble, poor upbringing to the overly critical church lady. We see how God can use any and everything for good, to those who believe and are called. Clearly, Ava believes and is called because through her faith and trust she is able to triumph over the wave of trouble that hits her family. In this story, we see a true transformation of a family and in Ava, who thought that she had reached her final transformation years ago. We also see how family and lifestyle can compete with God as ruler of our lives.
I would recommend this book. I think the technical elements were right on, making it a breeze to read. The story is not overly church-y, but it is a story about a Christian family. Overall, a good read.Rating: