Honest and real. This book seems to be classified as a book for Christians, but I found it more to be a book for humans, single and shacked up.
This is the first book about singles that doesn’t just make you feel like it’s ok that you’re still waiting for your spouse, boyfriend, soulmate or whatever. This is a book about being ok with being single, about the good and the bad of a single status. It’s empowering to feel like you’re normal, not too picky, too unlovable, too crazy or ‘too something’ for being unwilling to settle. Sometimes it’s not your fault, sometimes it’s just how life works. And that’s ok.