Kind of a vague title. Is it a book on Baking? Children eating cupcakes? Porn?
With such a short title, and a vague one at that, a person looking at books scans the titles, and to tell you the truth, I wouldn't even take it off the shelf. I would probably have more than the three I mentioned running in my head, and none of which I would like to read.
The title, whether it is a play, book, or newspaper article, is what draws your reader to want to pick up the book and read it.
Without knowing where this book will be shelved or what categories on Amazon or KOBO, you need to give us more in your question in order to help you.
If your book is a spy thriller, the title is not appropriate the way it is.
Many established writers, with command of the English language, can pick two words that will force you to pick up the book. "The Bourne Identity" is one such title. Notice the spelling of Bourne.
The book for "Red October" is not as dramatic as "The Hunt for Red October."
"Tin Cup" is an intriguing title for a golfing story.
Here are others that invoke at least picking it up:
"Remember the Titans"
"Dances Wtith Wolves"
"Dead Poet's Society"
"Field of Dreams"
"The Green Mile"
"Meet Joe Black"
"Saving Private Ryan"
I can go on, but unless your one or two-word title has instant recognition, like "ET" or "Tombstone" or even "JFK", you are better off with three or four word titles.
One thing I can tell you from writing plays, is that the shorter, more concise, the better. It can be put in larger type, if the right words are used, people will buy the book, or tickets just on the title alone.
I have a play I have been working on for five years, and right now its title has changed to now a "Hazy Shade of Blue," which was coined long before the series of the same name. My play is about the conflict between the old guard and new way of policing when a 35-year veteran just before he retires must train a rookie police officer.
Besides the words in your book that tell the story, without a proper, rememberable, and catchy title, it will never leave the shelves, and for me, my play may never get picked up and read.
EDITED: Here are some links I just did with a Google Search that will also verify what I said and provide you with more information:
The truth about choosing book titles
How To Name Your Nonfiction Book (Xlibris)
Picking The Perfect Book Title
WRITER's DIGEST: How To Choose Your Novel's Title
These should help. There are many more links if you search.