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Butterfly Dreams by [Walters, A. Meredith]
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Butterfly Dreams Kindle Edition

4.4 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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Length: 317 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 949 KB
  • Print Length: 317 pages
  • Publisher: Loveswept (24 Nov. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UQF3O98
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #210,086 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Another Beautiful powerful story that's told to absolute perfection and understanding and after realising that A. Meredith Walters used to be Counselor for troubled and abused children and teens, It all makes sense.. She has the compassion, knowledge and expertise and if you have read the brilliant "One Day Soon" you will know exactly what I'm talking about.
Corin and Beckett's story is very special, they came into each other's life's just at the right time even if it wasn't obvious to them at the start.
We get another insight into what becomes a very emotional but true to life journey, Corin and Beckett have both suffered and still are, Beckett's health is pretty much life threatening where as Corin, whist not life threatening as such, still impacts on her day to day life and you realise just how much its ruling her life she's full of negativity most days but Beckett considering what he's dealing with, he's positively optimistic.
As the story unfolds Corin and Beckett's relationship develops nicely and all you want is for them to survive what ever is coming their way, of course you have know idea exactly what and how their time will play out, all you can do is go with it and hope but it's hard because of the issues
Involved especially with Beckett .
Butterfly Dreams builds just at the right pace giving you plenty of time to understand and get a feel for everything that's going on, a couple of times I was thrown with Adams character, I couldn't help but wonder if he was going to confess his love for Corin but of course that was the Author just messing with us!
I mentioned about how this story builds but when you get to about chapter 23 you start to get a bit of an uneasy feeling, all seemed good..
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By Suze Lavender TOP 500 REVIEWER on 25 Nov. 2015
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Corin has lost both of her parents while she was still a teenager. Now that she's an adult she's still struggling with the consequences of that terrible loss. She's afraid of death and thinks something bad will happen to her. When she meets Beckett, a man who has a heart disease, who is trying to be positive and keep on living his life to the fullest, something changes. Both Beckett and Corin have to deal with their mortality in a completely different way and they find comfort with each other. They don't know what the future will have in store for them, but they're trying to make the most of the present...

Butterfly Dreams is a beautiful story about a difficult topic, mortality. A. Meredith Walters has described this in such a tender and compassionate way, I loved that. Corin and Beckett's direct communication and jokes are the perfect counterpart which makes the story balanced and complete. Corin's issues are mainly psychological and Beckett's are physical. They support one another and complement each other. They are both admirable people. I liked them immediately and was touched by their story.

I read this book with a smile on my face, but also with tears in my eyes. Butterfly Dreams is a story that makes the reader feel and think a lot. I like how important questions about life and living are being raised and how both of the main characters are trying to find their own answers to them. Corin and Beckett are beautiful people. This book can certainly be judged by its cover, it's as amazing on the inside as it is on the outside. Butterfly Dreams is moving, hopeful, realistic and very, very special.
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I have had this author’s work on my kindle for longer than I am willing to admit, all books bought and paid for but never actually read. This although was a different matter, I don’t know why there was just something about this that meant I didn’t want to just add it to the collection, I wanted to read it and now I have I am glad I did because it did not disappoint.

The story didn’t hand about, it was a fairly swift read, in as much as the story didn’t languish around or stutter. It took a sensitive yet engaging look at learning to live with not only who you are but what life hands to you. It is about dealing with being you!
Corin, I know I shouldn’t laugh but surely we all know as Corin, the friend we all have that is constantly at deaths door even though she is probably fitter than you are. She is seriously mixed up and absolutely certain that she has some unforeseen illness that is going to do her in.
Beckett on the other hand is actually recovering from an almost fatal heart attack and is learning to live with the limitations that, that has impacted on his life. It wasn’t only his physical abilities that changed that day, suffered a mental change of perspective.
So what could possible go wrong when the hypochondriac Corin meets the pragmatic Beckett at a support group for heart patients?
Well, Corin’s overwhelming tendency to always look on the dark side of life, had me creased up, really woman get a grip! But counter that with the glorious Beckett and his determination to see things from the completely opposite perspective and you have either a clash of epic proportions or somewhere in the middle you are going to find a beautiful meeting of minds and which one they would be was far from certain.
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