I thought this book would be like all the others I've reviewed that are on the topic of true love from a Christian perspective. However, this one was unique. It did not give a lot of what we'd call "practical tips" for abstinence and remaining pure. Rather, it focused on getting lost in the Creator. Part II of the book is a ten-part series that brings girls through steps to understanding what the Creator's love really is. There are music suggestions, prayers, Scripture verses, and even space for prompted journaling. The pages were pretty too, with some cool black-and-white graphic designs. I like this book because it addresses the root cause of many girl problems. The issue is not merely physical--the bigger issue at hand is girls looking for love and wanting to be wanted. This book addresses the root cause tactfully.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book. It was a fun read and held my attention. It also delved a little into the Hebrew language as it dissected Bible passages, which was nice. My only complaint was a chapter in Part III of the book that seem to insinuate that all Christian women should be stay-at-home homemakers. That aside, this was a fine book. I received an advance reading copy. Aside from one typo I found, the grammar was excellent.