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How to Catch Butterflies  Book 2 by [Fontien, Samantha]
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4.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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About the Author

I'm a Happily Married, MUM of two very loved children. I LOVE Music… I should do as I am the DAUGHTER of Musicians; I was reared with a Guitar in one hand and a pen in the other. I'm originally from London and am NOW living somewhere, in the Irish countryside.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1669 KB
  • Print Length: 381 pages
  • Publisher: Samantha Fontien; 2 edition (8 Jun. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #858,454 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Holy crap! It finally arrived. The day I've been looking forward too since reading the first book and OMFG I certainly wasn't disappointed! The amount of times I emailed the author going OMG or WTF are you doing to me were unbelievable.

This is a truly fantastic read and for those who like a little bit of smut (ok a lot of smut!), this a definite must read for you.

How to Catch Butterflies 2 carries on exactly where it left us in book 1 and for those of you who have read book 1 will know we were all left hanging.......

HTCB 2 carries on with the busy lives of Rebecca and Lucy. Two best friends who thought they had found the perfect men, but as we come to find out, the path of true love doesn't run smoothly for either of them. Rebecca must decide whether to believe Jackson after the revelations at the end of book 1 and Lucy must break down her walls and let Chris in if she wants to be truly happy. Will they both have the happy ever afters they both desperately want or will all their plans come tumbling down around them? One thing for sure, Samantha Fontien did it well and leaves you guessing till the very end. HTCB 2 is a roller coaster of emotions and action and smut and has plenty of breathe holding moments. I enjoyed how Samantha gives you a run down about various characters from book 1 and book 2 at the very end. Nice to know that what goes around comes around ;-)

If you haven’t read this book then you need to hurry up and get it (along with book 1) because trust me, you will not regret reading them one little bit. I very much look forward to seeing what Samantha has for us next.

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*** 3 reviews ALL 5***** !!! ***

~By Simone~

I didn’t think my love for Samantha Fontien could grow any more after reading her first book “How To Catch Butterflies”, but after reading “Book 2″ I was definitely proved wrong.

This book is just as brilliant as the first one.

It begins immediately from the point that Book One ended – which I thought was fantastic, as I was really left wondering what would happen next.
Readers are whisked directly back into the amazing lives of the sassy, strong willed Rebecca and her best friend Lucy.

Book Two explores the relationships the women have with their surely ‘too perfect to be true’ other halves, and focuses on the journey they go through, trying to pave their way in life, building futures for themselves with the love of their lives.

The events each girl goes through are explored at different times, one chapter focusing on Lucy and what she is doing, the next chapter looking at Rebecca and her life.
Often, the characters very different viewpoints of the same situations are explored straight after one another. I really liked this style of writing, as I thought it added an extra depth to the story. You really grasp just how the same event can affect people so differently.

There is a lot of emotion and love portrayed throughout this book. A real connection shines through, showing just how much feeling, adoration and respect there is between the beautiful women and their equally amazing men.

As events unfolded throughout the story, I had to sit back a little and actually take a few minutes to ponder that this book (as well as Book One) is actually based on real life people and all of the events within the story have actually happened.
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This is the second book in the How to Catch Butterflies series and I would not suggest attempting to read this as a stand-alone as book one gives the full back story.

The plot line centres on Rebecca and Lucy who have been best friends since they were eleven. Both searching for that ultimate love. This book takes you on the journey of those experiences of falling in and out of love, coping with lies and deceit and turning their lives around into something they didn't realise they were searching for and evolving into their butterfly state - pretty on the outside but so much more on the inside.

I liked the storyline and reading book one was a must for me as so much is going on with both Rebecca and Lucy and the men they fall in and out of love with. As with all young women they think at the time they are with the love of their lives but as time moves on something happens to change the course of that love.

I must say as much as I liked the storyline they was a lot (and I mean a lot) of padding out and dialogue after dialogue of unnecessary reading. For example - as much as I love to read about property and surroundings I don't expect to have to read an in depth description to accompany a meeting up for coffee in a romance novel.

The characters were likeable and I especially loved Jason and George from the first book, but here in the second book they seemed to have changed overnight. Never the less I kept hoping throughout the read that all would be revealed.

I loved Jackson Harvey and I like how the author subtly changed him from a mouthy playboy into a loved up and devoted boyfriend without losing his sexy aura and prowess. Duncan Peters was a whole other story (and I hear he is to get his own story in the author's next book!
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