I have loved almost all of Francine Rivers books, however this was probably one of the least compelling, and I did find the detail that went into some of the more intimate thoughts and scenes was a bit over the top.
I did enjoy the book over all, and would reccomend it with reservations depending on the audience.
I just finished the Mark of the Lion series and Redeeming Love which were amazing and then I got Bridge to Haven. The story kept me interested but it wasn't as good as the others. I felt like it was lacking something but I'm not even sure what it was. I did desire more scripture in it and maybe a little more about Abra's spiritual life before she ran away. I sort of felt like she became a Christian out of the blue. But it's still was a good story and I will still continue to read Francine Rivers.