An Imperfect Woman: Letting Go of the Need to Have it All Together is a relatable Christian self-help book by Kim Hyland. The book is a valuable one, touching upon the struggles women often go through and helping women to draw closer to God. It’s the kind of book you might read one evening while sipping a cup of tea (which is fitting, since the cover of the book actually has a stack of three cups of tea). Each chapter felt like its own daily devotional. My favorite chapter was “Ideal or Idol?” – especially the section that talked about hope. I also really liked the thoughtful reflection questions at the end of each chapter. The book includes a nice mix of Hyland’s personal story and her analyzation of the Scripture.