Friday 4 October 2013

Blog Tour - How To Catch Butterflies Book 2 by Samantha Fontien - Review

Did fate intervene again for Rebecca Keane and save her from being caught in a net forever? Will Jackson Harvey or Jason Hallow win the stubborn blonde back?
Since Lucy Watters life has changed too, will fate also have a hand in hers? Can Christopher Harper keep his Butterfly, or will George De Vere have his net ready to catch her when she falls?....
Together the two friends embark on the concluding part of their journey of self discovery. Have they learned to love or trust again? Or will life get in their way?
Can Rebecca and Lucy learn how to spread their wings and fly? Will they be pretty to see but hard to catch? Or will they fall into one of the men nets, and be caught forever?
Join these two Butterflies on the concluding part to their story. Follow them on their international journey of love, in the second part in a series of Butterflies books, because
Girls should be pretty to see but hard to catch.

This book contains explicit sex scenes and is recommended for readers 18+(less)
Review by Janeane
Firstly, this is book 2 of the How to Catch Butterflies series, however it did not take me long to figure out who was who - though some of the details were a bit sketchy! But to get the most out of reading book 2, I would suggest reading book 1 first.

The story follows straight on from the end of book 1, and follows the lives of Rebecca and Jackson, and Lucy and Christopher. 

Wow, these girls lives are not at all on the boring side!

Rebecca and Jackson start in a bit of a rocky time in their relationship.  Newly engaged but things come to be that neither of them can really get their heads around.  Can they ride out the storm or will it be too much to keep them together?

Lucy and Christopher are all loved up and in a love bubble that it seems that no one can penetrate - or can they??  Took me a while to take to Lucy (again, mostly because I had not read the first book), but the more I read the more I liked her.  She is smart and sassy.

But the course of love never runs smoothly, and both of these girls are having their fair share of dramas - mainly caused by those interfering from the outside.

I both loved and loathed the secondary characters in the book.  Really did  not think much of George at all, loved Duncan - even if I felt he was a bit on the creepy side at times!!
How To Catch Butterflies 2 had me laughing, sad crying, happy crying, the works.

Miss Fontien has written a well rounded story, well developed characters and plotlines that kept me right in their with the characters the whole time I was reading.

Do the characters get their HEA?  For that, you are just going to have to read for yourself, and I am sure you will enjoy the journey you are taken on.

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