CFBA presented this book a couple of weeks ago, and I posted that intro here. I received my copy of the book about a week later.
The best part of the book, for me, is the characters. They're fun and unusual, and yes, quirky. Not bizarre, but certainly not "stock characters" or what anyone would consider "normal" in the usual sense.
The plot twists were enough to keep me guessing, and for an English teacher and avid reader (and sometimes cynical critic of fiction), that's quite a job. But I enjoyed this book, all the plot twists and turns, and I really am glad I was able to read and review it.
This book is for fans of unusual (not speculative, but not predictable) fiction. It's lighthearted, yet has its moments of grounding. It's not overly preachy, but still has a message consistent with a Christian worldview. And for those who enjoy a good romantic comedy, I think this one delivers an enjoyable story.