Review: The Image of You by Melanie Moreland


Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author.

Originally published as My Image of You as part of Random House's Loveswept imprint back in 2017, Melanie Moreland has expanded this standalone contemporary romance and has tweaked the title to The Image of You. I never had the opportunity to read the first edition of the novel, so I cannot really make any comparisons between the two versions.

This is a romance about second chances, and readers are introduced to a broken-hearted photographer named Adam Kincaid, who finds himself seeking answers, even if it means confronting his former fiancée at a party celebrating her engagement to another man. The problem is, Alexandra Robbins--the very woman he loves--has no idea who Adam is.

You could have colored me curious when I first saw the blurb for this book. I was desperate to read it, and as expected, Melanie Moreland does not disappoint. I felt for Adam and Ally, and their journey to putting the missing pieces back together was not easy, but it was so rewarding. The Image of You was sweet and swoony and gets 4.5 stars.

Re-Release Date: 01 December 2022

Date Read: 30 November 2022

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