The Missing Butterfly

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Cassidy Monarch had dreams—to sing, to be famous, to tour the world at the head of his own rock band. Then his parents were killed in a tragic accident, leaving him to raise his two siblings. Determined to hold on to what remained of his family, Cassidy settled into an ordinary life, his dreams of fame reduced to occasional nights of singing at karaoke dives. More

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Language: English
About Megan Derr

Megan grew up a military brat and traveled extensively with her family. She is now firmly settled in Ohio, with two roommates and their five cats. She has always been book obsessed, and writing obsessed since she first gave it a whirl in college. Romance and fantasy are her primary obsessions, but she’s game to write just about anything and enjoys a challenge. She is a sucker for stories of enemies becoming lovers. When not writing, Megan is drinking too much coffee, reading still more books, and harassing family and friends, or otherwise doing whatever possible to avoid editing.

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Reviews

Review by: Penelope Frost on Jan. 16, 2012 :
I really adored this one. How unexpected and unfair life can be, how a young man has to become a whole other person because of a horrible accident, but how, in the end, the selfsame person can have his fortune turn for the better and he can once again be who he was supposed to be from the beginning.
I loved the dynamics of the relationship between Carlos, Antoine and Malcom and the one between Cassidy, Denny and Lindsay - they seemed so genuine and authentic and you could really feel how they loved each other.
It's definitely a story I will be reading again in the future.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Pam Smith on Nov. 27, 2011 :
I liked the idea of the bad boy gone good. Usually you read about just the opposite. I do like Cassidy's description of Malcolm the first time Malcolm and "Jonathan" meet... A scrapper :) The family dynamics of both guys is what makes the book a real keeper. I love the way Malcolm and his brothers snipe and bicker but stand by each other. And Cassidy's brother and sister are a treat... especially Lindsay. But it's clear how close they are when Denny calls Cassidy when things get too deep at a party. He knows his brother will be mad, but his brother will be THERE for him. Love the book, another good one from Megan.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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