The tone of the meditations is very soothing and pleasant, although I found it difficult to engage with the voice of Jesus in this book. This is Ms Young's style, and it may be very helpful to some, but I found it distracting. Catholics will find some of the theology off, but other passages will have alternative uses to those that the author intended. The meditations on being in the Presence of Jesus could work very well at Eucharistic Adoration, not at all what the author intended, but beautiful nonetheless. For example, one of the meditations on the topic "His Presence" begins: "I want you to spend time with Me for the pure pleasure of being in My company. When you take delight in My Presence, you experience a foretaste of the eternal pleasures I have prepared for you...".
A lovely little book, although probably not suitable for an orthodox Catholic.
This book was provided for review free-of-charge through the Thomas Nelson Book Sneeze program.