My Image of You

  • by Melanie Moreland, Mason Lloyd
  • Narrated by CJ Bloom
  • 9 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

My name is Adam Kincaid, and I'm the best at what I do. After losing my parents, I decided to follow in their footsteps, and now I'm the most daring freelance photographer in the world.
Maybe some think I'm a loner, but I don't care. All that matters is the shot: braving danger and devastation in search of a single image with the power to tell someone's story. But as good as I am, accidents happen - and thank god for that, because it's what leads me to her...
Alexandra Robbins. My nurse. My savior.
With her fiery red hair and crystal-clear blue eyes, the camera loves her...and I have to have her. We soon find that we're perfect together. We just fit, physically and emotionally. And yet something isn't right. Something from her past is haunting her, and no matter what I do to help her break free, I lose her.
Today is the day I try to win her back. Not only do I need an explanation, I need her in my bed once again. I don't just want a damn picture - I want her. Because what we have is a love that never fades away...

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Sweet, endearing love story with a small twist!

I have both loved and liked every one of Ms Moreland's books. In books like The Contract, Into the Storm, and Over the Fence, her male characters are pretty emotionally screwed up and flawed, but not too broken. I had thought this book's initial first 4 hour build up was going the way of "It started with a Kiss" (her utter snoozefest with sweet characters but no real plot, frankly) ... and I very nearly gave up on this one midway thru, but the strength of the writing had me working to trust the author, and wishing I could slap the editor for not cutting some of the initial 4+ hours build up to maybe 2.5 hours. I realize the relationship needed a base, but not 4+ hours worth! If you are tempted to quit, don't. It does get better with a plot twist you'll appreciate and what tears these two apart is plausible, and obviously gets fixed nicely.
Her female character is a wuss at the start... but you'll like her at the end!

The female narration was sporadic and rare... the male narrator gave a very strong and very dramatic voice to this strong male character.

I'll keep buying Melanie's books as long as she's willing to spend the time writing them! :)
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- DW

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-19-2017
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio