"a story that is breathtakingly beautiful"
The lightest of touches, the tickling sensation of
eyelashes running along the inner thigh, toward the
treasure that lies beyond, are the rewards of Butterfly
Charlene and Bryan are a couple that have their own future
together mapped out. With their impending marriage just
around the corner, things could not look better for this
perfect couple that are truly in love with one another.
In the blink of an eye, all their hopes and dreams could
wash away like the tides in the sea when Charlene is hurt.
Now, their love will be tested.
Butterfly Kisses is by authoress Ann Cory. Ms. Cory is a
wicked mistress with her pen and this story is a prime
example of her worded talents. She has written a story
that is breathtakingly beautiful, with sexual innuendos
that are as hot as you could want. The dialogues between
the characters will carry the readers right into the
story, living their dreams, passions and tragedies along
side them. You will swear a hint of chlorine and sexual
heat drifts up from the pages, the descriptions are that
Charlene is a swimmer with her eye on the Olympics. It is
so close; she can almost taste her victory. With her
fiancé by her side, she cannot help but feel victorious
and secure. They have it all, especially in the bedroom,
where anything goes and does.
All Charlene's hopes will come to a crashing end when she
is hurt. She will feel lost without the orderly life she
had before the accident. How can Bryan still love a woman
that is no longer whole? How can she live without his
loving touch and those wonderful butterfly kisses? Turn
the page to find out and live their experiences with them.
The beauty of this story is the fluid words that grace the
pages, spelling out the relationship of two wonderful
characters that explore the sexual side of BDSM, combined
with fully realized love that is tested by the tragedies
of life. This story will get under your skin and will stay
with you long after the book is closed. Do not hesitate to
put Butterfly Kisses at the top of your TBR pile today!
This book is outstanding and a keeper!
Review date: July 22, 2006
Reviewed by Janalee Ruschhaupt
Posted November 18, 2006