On itself the story is sweet. But any time anything needs to happen, it just happens like that. The story is unbelievably predictable and totally unbelievable because of it. Because in real life it just doesn't happen that easily. So I feel the author doesn't respect the reader's intellect. Nor her faith. It is supposed to be a book for adults (women), but leaves the mind and heart unsatified as soon as one reaches the age of twelve or so...
I could have written about the same theme a lot more interestingly. Why she is a bestselling author is beyond me. Do people like such pre-chewed chuncks of reading food in the States?
The title is well chosen though.
I would not recommend this book to anyone and wouldn't know anyone to whom I would be able to lend it either.