Yes, it was the name Lucado that first drew me to this book. If you know me, you know that I love Max Lucado, father of Jenna. Jenna does have a different writing style from her father, which I expected. Jenna's writing is like sitting down with a friend and having a conversation. Very easy to read and understand.
The content of this book is something all 'old' believers should read not just teen girls. Admittedly, we all get in a "same-ole, same-ole" rut. Our faith no longer fascinates us. The cross of Christ becomes just a symbol wore around our neck. It gets old. Which is a very sad fact. Remembering Jesus and his sacrifice for us should NEVER get boring, but it does....that's the reality.
Jenna takes what a teen girl is feeling and gets it out there, reveals what most won't say. Then she shakes you up a bit and shows you how to get beyond the doldrums and back into a love for God that motivates you with very practical ideas.
Each chapter ends with thought provoking questions that get right to the core of your heart. There are suggested prayers to get your focus back to where it should be.
I would suggest that you get this book, read it and let it reignite that fire within you!
*I received this book from BookSneeze blogging program for free in exchange for my honest review.