donderdag 8 april 2010

Deidre Knight - Butterfly Tattoo


Rebecca O’Neil is a former actress, who suffered a horrific attack from an obsessed fan. She survived the whole thing, but it left some pretty awful scars behind. Now she works behind the scenes and still tries to get her life back together without looking over her shoulders.

Michael Warner is a widower, who is trying to get his life back together after loosing his partner and almost his daughter Andrea. His little girl is drifting away from him and no matter what he does; he cannot seem to reach her.

Then they meet Rebecca during of Michael’s job and both their lives are about to change.

Butterfly tattoo by Deidre Knight is one hell of a book. She already swept me away with her Midnight Warriors Series and her God of Midnight series and I have to say she didn’t disappoint me either with this book.

It’s a beautiful story about two individuals, who has suffers some major lost in their past and both trying real hard to get past that and build up a new life.

Michael’s daughter Andrea is the little link between then and the one who finally bring them together. She finds a mother figure in Rebecca that she never knew she missed in her life. But it’s hard for Michael to completely open up to another partner, especially a woman. He has been living to gather with a man for so long and even got a child together, that it’s hard to accept his new feelings for Rebecca.

I think Deidre Knight did a wonderful job describing this difficult relationship and their newfound feelings for each other. I really hope she will write more of these kinds of stories in the future, because I cannot wait for more.

3 comments:

Laurie (BittenbyParanormalRomance) zei

This sounds good. Great review.

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Lady Caella zei

Thanks Laurie. It's really a good book, not quiet what you expect from Deidre Knight.

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