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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Forty-three-year-old Emerson Vaughn married right out of college. Unfortunately, life dealt her a cruel hand. Emerson lost her husband to a younger woman, and her eighteen-year-old daughter also left for college, making her a jobless empty nester. After licking her wounds, she contemplated a change of lifestyle. Emerson wanted to see the world, starting with Paris. However, she would see a sex therapist, courtesy of her best friend, Ashley. Emerson needed to lose her sexual timidity, address intimacy concerns, and get a total mindset overhaul! Dr. Alexander Jameson took her on a rewarding journey until things took an unexpected turn. Emerson had to choose. Will she grab the chance of a lifetime to see the world or take a second shot at love? Find out in Butterflies by L. A. Nettles.
Get your fans, ladies! It’s hot in here! Butterflies by L. A. Nettles was fun and an alluring story perfect for readers who love sprinkles of sizzle in their romance. The plot was exceptional, the story was unique and educative, and the character development was brilliant. I lived vicariously through Emerson because she tasted slices of heaven. She was witty, had a great sense of humor, and was intelligent. There was so much laughter, too. Ashley is that friend that everyone needs, and Dr. Jameson? Oh, Lord! Nettles is a very descriptive writer and I needed air to get through some toe-curling scenes! However, I also learned some lessons. We should never lose ourselves or dreams to hold on to another person. Always choose you. Basil was another interesting character, and I think deserves a story. Thank you for a beautiful book.