Category Archives: 3 butterflies

Review: Dreaming of the Wolf by Terry Spear

Categories: 3 butterflies, action, netgalley, paranormal, RBR, review, romance, Terry Spear, werewolves
    Dreaming of the WolfTerry Spear; Mass Market Paperback, 416 pagesExpected publication: December 1st 2011 by Sourcebooks CasablancaTerry Spear's debut Heart of the Wolf was a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year. Known for her research into how wolves live in nature, Spear writes her werewolves as they would behave realistically, including pack dynamics, mating behavior, and hierarchies.Werewolf pack leader Jake Silver is an acclaimed photographer. He sees a beautiful woman at the art gallery where his photos are on display, and his intrigue Read more [...]

Review: Father Of Emily by Kristofer Oliver

Categories: 3 butterflies, Kristofer Oliver, RBR, review, some romance, ya
        Father of EmilyKristofer Oliver; Kindle EditionPublished June 26th 2011Ben Millar’s life feels like any other ex-pat romance, he drinks too much coffee, moans about the French and has just found out he has an unfaithful girlfriend.Almost a decade after he has left England he is forced to take on an emotional journey of discovery as fourteen-year-old Emily, the daughter of his teenage love Clara, comes to visit him in Paris.This new relationship makes Ben face his fears, his past and the guilt of leaving her mother - the girl he said Read more [...]

Review: Andraste by Marisa Mills

Categories: 3 butterflies, adventure, fairies, fantasy, RBR, review, ya
    AndrasteMarisa Mills; Paperback, 360 pagesPublished June 4th 2011 by Hydra Publications (first published May 20th 2011)Andraste, the daughter of an elfin prince and fairy queen is Fate's Beloved, blessed with an incredible prophecy naming her as the one who can vanquish the Abatu Empire. She has spent her life preparing for the day when she would leave her homeland and fulfill her destiny. That day has come, but there are a few things Andraste doesn't know. Her prophecy is a carefully-constructed lie, and beneath the beauty and civilization Read more [...]

Review: Fractured Time by Alan Draven

Categories: 3 butterflies, action, Alan Draven, RBR, review, sci-fi, urban fantasy
     Fractured TimeAlan Draven; Paperback, 388 pagesPublished July 4th 2011 by Black Bed Sheet BooksDonovan Vicar is a "feeler"-a man who feels the vibrations of people around him. One October evening on his way home, he bumps into a man that he senses to be particularly evil, and he embarks on a late bus ride to seek him out. As the empty bus leaves the station in foggy Bitternest, Louisiana, Donovan falls asleep. When he wakes up, he is disoriented by what he sees-he is still in Bitternest, only his surroundings seem more primitive and unfamiliar. Read more [...]

Review: The Loribond (Punch) by Erin Lale

Categories: 3 butterflies, action, adventure, Erin Lale, RBR, review, sci-fi, some romance
   The Loribond (Punch)Erin Lale; Kindle EditionPublished June 17th 2011 by Time YarnsA Time Yarns Universe Book. Punch is a 7 book series in the Time Yarns shared world transmedia universe.Ex-Marine Carla Punch travels to alien space to get over her fear of aliens and succeeds beyond her wildest nightmares. Her life becomes intertwined with the life of the Galactic Emperor, August Xywanda, through their mutual alien friend, Firuun.Carla has more than the usual sort of war trauma to overcome, because Carla is a loribond victim: one of a group Read more [...]

Review: Technicolor Dreamin’: The 1960’s Rainbow and Beyond by Karen Moller

Categories: 3 butterflies, Karen Moller, memoir, RBR, review
       Technicolor Dreamin': The 1960's Rainbow and BeyondKaren Moller; Paperback, 332 pagesPublished January 25th 2006 by Trafford PublishingWhen I read On the Road in 1959 in my third year of art school in Canada, my cowboy heroes transformed into Kerouac's mythical duo zigzagging their way across America. They recast the American myth, "Go west, young man; freedom is waiting for you", to "Go, young woman and forge a new identity". That book set me on my travels to San Francisco, the beatnik heartland in search of that mysterious brotherhood Read more [...]
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