The story of Nora struggling to keep it together after having experienced the death of her parents amongst other trying situations is one that I can personally relate to. I credit Prudence Hayes for providing us with a real in depth perspective of those struggling with mental illness and what it takes to overcome such issues on a daily basis.
While the topic is serious, the story itself was not written with an overly serious tone, which makes this book a very easy read. Once I started, I felt compelled to keep reading just to find out what would happen next.
To avoid any spoilers for those that have not yet read it, I will simply add that in connecting with the main character, I also very much appreciated the way the author decided to close out this story and look forward to reading more of her work!