Impressions of You by Christopher Harlan
From the outside Wesley Marsden has it all: wealth, good looks, and a genius level IQ, but these qualities hide the depths of his complexity. While he’s a man who’s strong, confident, and in control, he’s also a man obsessed with solving a family mystery and dealing with personal demons that have plagued his relationships for years.
Mia Careri is a special needs teacher; a woman who’s devoted her life to the care and education of other people’s children. Funny, beautiful, and intelligent, she has a job she loves and close friends who are like her family, but something is missing. A slew of failed relationships have her yearning for that connection, that feeling of intense love – the perfect man to have a future with.
When by chance or by fate, Mia and Wesley encounter one another in the most unlikely of settings, they realize that they might be each other’s salvation. As their fates collide over the course of a few months, neither of them will ever be the same again.
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“Great debut book”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Victoria B.
Great debut book by author Christopher Harlan. The characters are well thought out, developed and believable. The story flows naturally and beautifully with a lot of emotions. There is love, romance, some suspense, hot steamy scenes and some comic relief. The author tackles some touchy topics like social anxiety and special needs children with a compassion that only comes from first hand experience. Over a great read and I would recommend this book to everyone. Look forward to what this new author come up with next.
About the Author
The love of a good story was instilled in me at an early age, from the time that such stories could be read to me as I lay in bed. Now, many years later, I get the rare opportunity to tell some of those stories to those willing to listen. I have no accolades to list here; no resume to transcribe; only the sincerest of thanks that you’re reading these words now. To get the stories and characters that live in my head out on paper is a gift, and I don’t know what I would do if I couldn’t write.
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