The House on Butterfly Way

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2012 - Fiction - 326 pages
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Lisa Kleypas says "nobody does it better" than USA Today bestselling author Elizabeth Bevarly. Find out why in this rich, emotional new novel...

Once upon a time, in Manitou Hills, there was a home so radiant and vivacious it was christened with its own name: Fleurissant. Now it's in ruins, forgotten and neglected-except by a woman who sees her own life reflected in the broken windows of that house on Butterfly Way...

As a child, from afar, Eugenie Dashner loved Fleurissant and the elegant, youthful fantasies it provided. Now, with a failed marriage behind her, a troubled son at her side, and a contentious and bitter mother to care for, Eugenie returns to the Louisville neighborhood of Manitou Hills to fulfill a dream: buy and renovate the house that once meant so much to her, and maybe, in the process, rebuild her own life.

Day by day, as the house reveals more and more of its forgotten beauty, Eugenie sees her dream come to fruition-especially when the attentions of two men help to reawaken in her feelings of romance and passion she thought were gone forever. As she navigates her rediscovered emotions, Eugenie comes to realize that there is no such thing as irreparable damage-not in herself, not in the house on Butterfly Way, and not in the family who now calls it home...

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Review: The House on Butterfly Way

User Review  - Diana H. - Goodreads

How does a newly divorced woman with a son, her widowed brother with two small daughters, and their elderly mother manage to live peaceably together? Well, author Elizabeth Bevarly manages to make it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Alisa Griffey - Goodreads

Great book. I was looking for something to fill some time and this was perfect. Very well written, all the kinds of characters I like from the sweet girl to the iritating rich snobs all the way to the villain was not bored at all. Good read indeed! Read full review

About the author (2012)

Elizabeth Bevarly is a USA Today bestselling author of more than fifty books. She has been nominated for the prestigious RITA Award, has won the coveted National Readers' Choice Award, and has been honored with two Romantic Times Career Achievement Awards. Her books have been translated into two dozen languages and published in three dozen countries, and there are more than ten million copies in print worldwide. She lives outside of Louisville, Kentucky, with her family. Visit her website at www.elizabethbevarly.com.

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