This book started off slow. I didn't get a full picture of Sabrina's character until later on, and even then, I felt it was too vague. Brandy's character was better, but still held some of the cliche "rebel child" aspects. I didn't feel as attached or involved to the characters. And their progression of change happened too quickly for my liking.
The story itself has a hopeful, warm feeling appeal. There aren't too many "exciting" or "action-packed" events, but the aspects of running were interesting. I definitely could picture the details of the running process. At times, I felt the writing was a bit stiff or had unimportant details thrown in there. Everything felt too easy.
Anyone looking for a good feeling story for a quick read would enjoy this book. It has a good message and strong appeal for those in need of God's direction for their life. In all, it was enjoyable and had a solid ending.
I received this book free from Bethany House for my open and honest opinion.