This book is written in a quasi-journal, quasi-memoir fashion. Rebekah, the author, tells a tale of her early adulthood to her current life situation. We read about her early marriage, her children, her ambitions, and her life-altering move to New York City. Readers will not always feel all warm and fuzzy reading this. The book talks about death and also about the struggles of raising a special-needs child. You will read about Lyons' transformation into the woman she is today, but you will also read about the pain of who she was. This book is raw. However, I would like to say that the main audience for this book is young wives or young mothers. Those who do not fit those categories may not like this book, may find it boring, and may even find it whiny. This book has a specific audience.