Rebecca Avery is a college student who does not have much self confidence, sees herself as ordinary, and keeps to herself most of the time. She has a roommate in college, Holly, who to Rebecca, is one of the "beautiful" people and out of her league. Rebecca meets Eric Barnett, a nice, handsome guy in her Psychology class. Eric is battling a few "demons" of his own and aims to please everyone, at the cost of his own dreams. They both get thrown together unexpectedly, leading to an unusual friendship, a love triangle and more complications than either of them can handle. Falling in love was not part of the plan.
I enjoyed this book because it speaks to those of us who have felt inadequate, unworthy and unloved. It brings forth that we all need to look at our innermost selves to find answers and opening our life to God will bring its own spiritual reward.
This review first appeared on my former website "My Writing Self"