I have mixed feelings about this book. At first I loved it and couldn't put it down. The introduction really hit home to me about how we need to shine as a child of God with the skills and abilities He has blessed us with. Then the first chapter was so profound to me and made me realize that, in my own life, I have been holding myself back. It was my "Aha!" moment that some people talk about. I was so excited to keep reading! And I even told my friends about how good it was! Then as I kept reading, my opinion of the book changed. I'm not really sure why, though. Or maybe the first chapter was so life-changing for me that the other chapter just couldn't compare.
Despite my opinion of the book, I think it is a good read for women. We all sell ourselves short in one way or another and this book would be a great tool to help bring those areas to the surface through self-reflection.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for this honest review.