I'm a huge Sheila Walsh fan. Her book Honestly probably saved my life at least once. She reaches the hearts of women in ways I can't describe. She understands heartache, depression, loss because she's been there. This is her second fiction book and I have to say I prefer her writing in a different realm. The story is okay. The writing is okay. It's an okay book. It's not great and it's certainly not Sheila Walsh standard. Personally, I think she should have stayed with Gigi for children and books and Bible studies for women. She shines in that connection and that doesn't come through clearly in her fiction works.
*For Thomas Nelson