In Bloom: Trading Restless Insecurity for Abiding Confidence
by Kayla Aimee
I got this book to review and it made me smile, laugh, and nod during each chapter. Kayla Aimee writes about the insecurities women face during the different stages of life. She shares the awkward moments we all face as kids, then in middle school (which was the worst time in my life), high school, college/new adulthood, and adulthood. She uses examples from her own life and how God helps us find our purpose and helps us to feel accepted during times when we feel isolated.
The author is very real and shares her difficult moments to showcase what she’s trying to share with her readers. Some of the stories will make you cringe as you see yourself dealing with the same feelings of inadequacy that often chase women.
At times I felt like Kayla Aimee was someone I grew up with as our experiences felt so similar. Her humor is quite similar to mine, so if you like the humor I use in my books, you should check out hers as she talks about the same cringe-y moments I write about in my novels.
In Bloom is a great way to find help for dealing with the moments of insecurity that can plague anyone. This would make a great graduation gift.
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*I received this Bible from BH Publishing and Lifeway in return for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.*
Author of the Landry's True Colors Series, the Cecily Taylor Series, the Star Series, and Dating the It Guy.