Temptation of the Butterfly (Zhang Dynasty 2)

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Futuristic Romance from the Bestselling Author of the Dragon Lords.

A princess expected to uphold honor and tradition, a man dishonored and shunned by the very society she rules. Their passion may be hot, their will strong, but how can she fall for the man who might be trying to kill her? More

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Published by The Raven Books
Words: 65,460
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452487175
About Michelle M. Pillow

Ever since she can remember, Michelle M. Pillow had a strange fascination with anything historical or supernatural--ghosts, magical powers, and oh! vampires. What could be more alluring than being immortal, all-powerful, and eternally beautiful?

Michelle M Pillow, Author of All Things Romance, is a multi-published, award winning author writing in many romance fiction genres including futuristic, paranormal, historical, contemporary, fantasy and dark paranormal. She was the winner of the 2006 RT Reviewers' Choice Award, nominated for the 2007 RT Award, a Brava Novella Contest Finalist and a PAN member of RWA.

Her first novel published in 2004 and since she's published over 60 works of fiction.

She writes a monthly interview column and is a journalist for Paranormal Underground Magazine. She has a photography degree and is currently working towards a degree in History.

Readers and Listeners can contact her through her website www.michellepillow.com.

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Michelle Pillow: Part Two of If I Wasn't A Writer Response to Mandy M. Roth's response of my first If I Wasn't A Writer Video. Part Two Answering the question: If you weren't a writer, what would you be? NOTE: This video is also part of the "(1) Mandy and Michelle's Oh, it's on." playlist vlog story. Go to my channel to see the back and forth with Mandy M. Roth. Warning though, we're hilarious..

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