... beautiful ... Some of my favorite memoirs break down the divide between story and reader, creating a sense that, for a while, readers are living alongside the author. Such is the case with Enough. Ahern is vividly present on the page, and we are beside her ... draws readers close, demonstrating how Ahern’s story, with all its personal twists and turns, applies to a wide audience ... Ahern’s frank and engaging voice is a big part of her appeal ... Ahern’s insights are a gift to readers as she outlines the steps that brought her closer to things that matter ... Gradually, she comes to a richer sense of where and how life is best lived. In this way, she offers up the wisdom of contentment; the joy of embracing what is enough.
... powerful ... [Ahern's] candid voice, which is at times both funny and poignant, guides readers through her life, always with a reflective eye ... A courageous memoir by a gifted writer, this is the authentic and honest journey of someone who has sought out a life lived with purpose, and a brave testimony of one woman’s empowerment.
Ahern’s narrative will resonate especially with small-business owners, women who have difficult mothers, and, most of all, those who have issues with body image ... A candid, instructive memoir of self-growth.