Butterfly Messages


3.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Apr 22nd, 2011 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
Life is uncertain, so, like a butterfly, savor the sweet nectar of the moment.

We've all wished for it: The chance for a do-over in some part of our life-the gift of making the most of a second chance. A growing number of people who have reconnected with former sweethearts after divorce or the death of a spouse makes this book especially timely and appealing. While primarily a love story, shocking secrets abound, creating an emotionally suspenseful read.
This is the dilemma facing Magnolia Gardner Winston after she stumbles upon an old photo of her first love, Ashton Lee Johnson, while packing for her 40th high school reunion. His reappearance into her life forces her to revisit heartbreak and relive the painful and bizarre events from that fateful day on Sugar Mountain when he mysteriously disappeared. Every twist and turn unravels more of the mystery of Mag and Ash's disturbing past, their hidden secrets and ....their future. Butterfly Messages is a realistic slice of life:
insightful, tender and seasoned with Southern characters, especially a wise and wizened old handyman named Scratch, who  are lively and real, as are the life lessons so entertainingly intertwined in this story of rediscovery. Butterfly Messages shows how a second chance reminds us of the importance of living in the moment, squeezing all of the juice out of each day. You'll laugh, cry and hold your breath waiting to learn the answers to the mystery, as you make your way to a surprise ending.

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