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In the ensuing weeks, Faith has false starts, starts and stops, questions, doubts and tears about how a relationship with Candace (the Yoga Goddess) could possibly work out. She has to learn to trust herself, which seems to be a huge hurdle for her to clear.
The characters are all great, even the ones you don't want to like. There are quirks and personality traits that we've all seen in the people we've known. Everyone has redeeming qualities, which I chalk up to good plot development and talented authoring.
Read this book. You'll be glad you did.
For anyone who has had a rough time as of late, this is a really good book for you to pick up and read. I believe all of us can relate to Faith because there are points where we feel that life is just kicking us when we’re down. With this story, Carr gives us a different perspective. She has us look at these “bad things,” and ask are they really bad? Or are they the curves that redirect us to our true happiness?
This book has great humor, great advice, and most importantly great love. If you’re in a place where everything just feels wrong, pick up this book and learn how to lean into the curves of life.
I'll be reading everything she's written.
A lot of chapters were fluff, as far as I am concerned as those chapters (and some paragraphs) did nothing to move the story along, but were clearly there to fill in the book. This was my first book of this author, and I don't think I'll buy another, as her style of writing was just too frustrating to me.