"Mind of Her Own" is an entertaining yet also thought-provoking book that will hold your attention from beginning to end. Louisa is living the perfect life; however she is not perfectly content with how her life is. Suddenly her life is changed when she awakes from getting bumped on the head and is suffering from amnesia. As Louisa struggles to find out who she really is and what her life is really like, the whole family is in for some surprises and changes. I found this book to be well-written and enjoyable, but it also had thought tender and at times sad moments. It can be so easy to compare ourselves and our lives with others either people we interact with face to face or via social media and think that others' lives are perfect and it's easy to not be content with ourselves and we play the "what if" game. This being said, Louisa struggled with some of the same things and this made her such a relatable character and a character whom became real throughout the book. Now I am eager to find some more of Diana's books to read as I enjoyed her writing style.
*Thanks to the Tyndale Blog Network program for the complimentary copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.*