According to the back cover, "[This book] helps you take hold of the peace God offers--a peace far richer and more satisfying than anything you can imagine."
Since my One Word for 2014 is Peace, I was eager to read this book. The devotion for each day begins with a verse or two from the Bible; both the Old and the New Testament are represented. Following that is an illustration and a principle, maybe three to five paragraphs in total. Each day's entry ends with a short (one or two sentences) prayer about applying the principle to our lives. The topics include things like fear and anxiety, wisdom, trust in God, and self-control.
I like The One Year Devotions for Women: Becoming a Woman at Peace. The word illustrations are effective and the lessons are solid. I especially enjoyed reading it at bedtime, at the end of a stressful day. I found that I was reading every second or third entry to my husband. (Obviously he's not a woman, but many of the principles are universal.) It's been good, and I recommend it.
The One Year Devotions for Women: Becoming a Woman at Peace is available at Christian bookstores, from Amazon.com, and directly from the author (click on her name in the first paragraph). For more information, visit the Tyndale House Publishers page or see the Google preview page.