Moseley does an excellent job at showcasing the emotions one might go through while leaving a cult. The plot line kept my interest. The characters of Jack and Miranda are realistically portrayed.
I personally didn't feel that I was dragged into the world of the book. I had trouble reconciling with Miranda beginning a romance at a time when she still has so many issues to work through with the cult. There were several times throughout the novel where I struggled with believability.
Moseley deserves kudos for creating characters that are likeable. I appreciate that she tackled subjects such as homeschooling and legalism that are not often addressed in CBA fiction. Overall, I guess I would label this read as "not for me" although it may just be for you.
**I received this book from Waterbrook Multnomah's Blogging for Books program in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed are my own.**