Picture Perfect

Previously titled, Picture Perfect Jonathan Huxley, a homeless boy living on the streets of Mecca, meets a wealthy gentleman who offers to take him in as an adopted son if he ll wed the daughter of a family friend But all is not as it seems in the world of wealth and power, as Jonathan is soon forced to make a decision between a secure future or forbidden love While h Previously titled, Picture Perfect Jonathan Huxley, a homeless boy living on the streets of Mecca, meets a wealthy gentleman who offers to take him in as an adopted son if he ll wed the daughter of a family friend But all is not as it seems in the world of wealth and power, as Jonathan is soon forced to make a decision between a secure future or forbidden love While he fights to keep hold of what little is left of his innocence, the events surrounding him are shaping him into the notorious mercenary he will soon become.
Picture Perfect Previously titled Picture Perfect Jonathan Huxley a homeless boy living on the streets of Mecca meets a wealthy gentleman who offers to take him in as an adopted son if he ll wed the daughter of a

  • Title: Picture Perfect
  • Author: David N. Alderman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Picture Perfect”

    1. Picture Perfect is a novella introducing David's new young adult (high school) fantasy series. It uses the same universe as his Black Earth series with a new set of characters. Jonathan Huxley is a homeless orphan struggling to survive on the streets. One day a man shows up promising him the world if he will only marry someone he has never met. Before he can even meet the woman that he is supposed to marry he falls in love with Rebecca Soft. Jonathan must struggle to decide between a life of lux [...]

    2. I couldn't put it down! It took me only 2 hours to read through Picture Perfect. This is an extremely fast read for me as I can be somewhat of a slow reader at times. Given, this book is a novella, but even then it was way faster than any of the other novellas I have read so far.I was taken to the main character Jonathan immediately and really felt for him with the predicament he gets himself into. The story brings up an interesting question - if you were homeless and were given the chance to ge [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this. It could be the start of its own series outlining the criminal career of Jonathan. Well written and just long enough to whet your appetite for this new series. Having said that, I wish it was a full length novel!! As this was a prequel of sorts to the Expired Reality series, it has launched this really well.

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