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Through the Lens
- Narrated by: Nelson Hobbs, Stephanie Wyles
- Length: 10 hrs and 17 mins
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Maggie Stevens is done feeling objectified.
After spending her entire life in the spotlight and climbing the high fashion ranks as a model in LA, she's willing to leave it all behind for a fresh start. Moving to Seattle seems like the perfect solution.
A clean slate. New adventures. Endless opportunities.
All is going according to plan. Until she meets the drop-dead gorgeous cooking instructor who delights in adding to her misery.
Desmond Blake is determined to make a name for his culinary school - one that speaks to his hard work and undeniable passion. When his food photography hobby garners attention from an unexpected source, his dreams are finally within reach. The obstacle he never sees coming? The sharp-tongued bombshell with a distaste for all he stands for.
When Desmond accidentally captures a photo of Maggie during a moment of weakness, he starts to see there's more to the fashionista than meets the eye....
Sometimes what can be seen through the lens is a skewed version of reality. A bent perspective. Manufactured, therefore losing all sense of authenticity. And sometimes all it takes is a different angle to see what's right in front of you.
Contains mature themes.
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I struggle to get through this book. I never read any books by K.K. Allen and this book wasn’t a good first impression.
The story started out ok and there were some funny moments, but then it got repetitive. I am always up for a good enemies to lovers story, but this just didn’t do it for me. It never sucked me in like most of these books do. If anything Desmond and Maggie were quite boring. Their really wasn’t much of a plot. Nothing really made any sense. Like the fact that Maggie was a 26 year old model still trying to get noticed. Umm huh?
Also I notice the lack of chemistry between Desmond and Maggie and before I knew it they were already saying “I love you”
Say what? Did I miss something?
Maybe I’ll try another book by this author. 🤷🏼♀️
Audiobook review: 3 Stars to Nelson Hobbs. I always liked his voice, but this wasn’t his best performance, maybe that was due to the writing. This was my first time listening to Stephanie Wyles and I’m not a fan. She seriously sounds like a robot. She has no emotion in her voice. 1 Star for her.