Lady of the Butterflies
One of the great natural scientists of her age, Eleanor Glanville was a woman ahead of her time-the beautiful daughter of a seventeenth-century Puritan nobleman whose unconventional passions scandalized society. Her life was marked by two reckless preoccupations: a fascination with science-especially the study of butterflies-and a tempestuous love affair with the dashing soldier Richard Glanville that nearly cost her everything she held dear.
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Review: Lady of the ButterfliesUser Review - Janice - Goodreads
Finally! This audiobook included the author's notes on the history behind the story. Towards the end of the book, I was wondering if the author was deviating from history and writing her own tale with ... Read full review
Review: Lady of the ButterfliesUser Review - Meghan - Goodreads
I first picked up this novel with a little wariness. I am always wary when reading a novel from an author I had never heard of, but now I look through bookstores just to catch a glimpse of Fiona ... Read full review