I liked that April backed up what she had to say with a good amount of Scripture. I appreciated that she stressed that submission isn't being a doormat or a robot with no feelings or wants. She also gave many examples of real life stories of women trying to live out a biblical view of marriage. I did feel as though the book kind of dragged on after the first half, and that it was repetitive. I didn't agree with the section about head covering based I Cor. 1:3-6, but she only takes a paragraph to express her opinion on that Scripture. I appreciated her openness and candidness about her situation and admire her courage to live out what Scripture teaches in a culture where submission is old fashioned. As far as recommending this book? I would say that this is a book I would check out from my local library, but wouldn't necessarily buy.
***I receive this free book from Kregel Publications in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.