TK. I love, love, love your book. It was completely heart warming. I smiled, cried, identified, sympathized you name it. ” - J. Horton

— I Love, Love, Love this book!

Image is an awesome book. I love how it tells an interesting story wrapped around very real issues that many can relate to. This book has just the right mix of suspense and engaging characters that makes it hard to put down. What a great first work - I'm looking forward to more from this gifted writer.” - Natalie Jackson

— "IMAGE" Is An Awesome Book!

*Spoiler Alert* A new "voice" in the urban Christian fiction genre...T.K. Farmer in "IMAGE", herfirst foray (I think this is true, might need to confirm w/Author) into this arena."IMAGE" is a book that will not only resonate with the Christian community, but thesecular as well.  I was hooked from the moment I started reading the first page. Awork of fiction about relationships, body images, substance abuse, incarceration,colorism, mental illness, low self-esteem and suicide...all issues that areprevalent in our society and doesn't discriminate.The storyline focuses on two brothers, Christopher and Cameron Bennett, their wives, children and their mother. The two brothers are as different as night andday, literally. The oldest son, Christopher Bennett, is still grieving from thetragic loss of his wife; while the youngest brother, Cameron is confused and caughtup in a web of deceit and dishonesty between his wife, Sydney, his mother BrendaBennett (who lives with Cameron and his wife) and his ex-girlfriend. I really feel sorry for Cameron who seems oblivious to the havoc that his mother is causing right under his nose in his home and the distress that it's causing his wife...He is a "Momma's boy" and has no idea how to balance his relationship with the three adult women in his life.Cameron's wife, Sydney is dealing with low self-esteem stemming from some childhoodissues that she never dealt with. Problems and issues never just go away, theysimply resurface in our lives at the most inopportune time...I found all of the characters engaging and believable. I even saw glimpses of my ownlife "mirrored" back at me in the storyline. I especially enjoyed Sydney's journeytoward self-awareness and her evolving perception and understanding of hermother-in-law, Brenda Bennett and her husband's "baby momma". T.K. does a fine job of keeping the story moving and the reader engaged and feelingwhat the characters are feeling. However, there was one character who was neverintroduced or discussed "beforehand" before he "arrived on the scene". But, the authormanaged to pull it all together by developing this character and providing moredetails on why he was important to the storyline ( he was the mother-in-law's"friend").The story has a number of significant themes running through it.  It's a story ofgrowth and self-awareness that will resonate with the reader.This is a great book for any reader who has ever had difficulty in relationships anddifficulty in dealing openly and honestly with their significant others...” - Anita Jackson-Gaiters

— A New Voice In the Urban Christian Fiction Genre