I recently had the privilege of reviewing the book In Bloom by Kayla Aimee. In Bloom takes the reader through the ins and outs of Kayla’s battle with insecurity. Kayla utilizes the hilarious antics of her young daughter, Scarlette, along with her own, sometimes embarrassing, past experiences to sow deep truths. The format of Kayla’s book follows the pattern of identifying insecurities and correcting them with scriptural truths. Next, she replaces the need for approval. This allows the reader to uncover who they really are.
What I liked Best
I truly enjoyed Kayla’s sarcasm and wit. She writes with a beautiful balance of humor and life-giving authenticity. This enables the reader to avoid the bog down of dry-information overload. Also, this book contains a study guide in the back for use of individuals or groups that desire a more in-depth study.
I would recommend this book to the woman struggling with insecurities. I believe it would be a great book to give as a gift to a young woman. In fact, I plan on giving a copy to my own teenage daughter for us to discuss together. In addition, this book is great topic for a teen or college Bible study for women.
Thank you to B&H Publishers / Lifeway for the opportunity to review this book.
Please note: I was given a copy of the book In Bloom by B&H Publishers in exchange for my honest review of the book. I received no other compensation for this review.
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