I really enjoyed the story line regarding a family who's youngest daughter Willow was born with a rare disease Osteogenesis Imperfecta -which is also known as Brittle Bones Disease. Willow was a smart little loveable character while her family lived in a whirlwind of trouble. I wasn't a huge fan of how the Mother took her disappointment/frustration out over having a child with special needs. I didn't quite find it believeable/relateable. I much preferred the storylines of all of the other characters.
Overall the book seemed like it took quite a long time to finish, although it did hold my interest and I never found the book dull or boring. I think I just don't connect with with this author.