At the time of this review, this is the last book in Erynn Mangum's Maya Davis novels. No spoilers here, but this particular book goes about like you'd expect of this series, and for me, that's a good thing. During a time when most of what I hear, read, or watch is somewhat depressing, this book uplifted me.
The characters are quirky, reasonably flawed (as most of us are), and likeable. Their problems are normal ones; job decisions, family relation issues, and figuring out things that are important to us. I'll admit it is a far cry from things like human trafficking, political upheaval, and the cultural stress that surrounds us, but that's exactly why I enjoyed it. This story, like the others before it, provided just enough angst and scriptural focus to remind me of God's sovereignty even with all the mess constantly thrown at us.
If you haven't read the series, start with book one and read your way to this one. I highly recommend it.