5 STARS from M. Tillotson on Cocooning The Butterfly

 “I was taken by this fresh, light-heartted romance with a twist, a turn and a touch of modern life melded with life of old. The landscape descriptions, truly give a sense of Canadian terrain, and life in all seasons. A diverse cast of characters with brilliant personalities came together to form and remain solid unity throughout the book. Cocooning the Butterfly is as deep a metaphor as the author’s bravery in exposing her emotions.”  Review by M. Tillotson ~ British Columbia Canada


5 STARS from Jay Squires on Cocooning The Butterfly

 “Beautiful first chapter (chapter reveal) by this fresh. young writer. We’ll undoubtedly be hearing more from her and her new writings. Good, visual opening. Reader gets pulled into characters early on, when identification is so necessary, then gets pulled up by the scruff of her neck to learn the protagonist (at least one of them) is The Buffalo. Fascination point of view for the story.”  Review by Jay Squires, Author

Cocooning The Butterfly by Laila Doncaster

Cocooning the ButterflyCocooning the Butterfly by Laila Doncaster
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If Halya had known what the Knight Riders stood for, stood against, and what they did to protect her life from the Demons Den gang, would she have experienced the trauma and heartache that she had gone through? Possibly, but that’s not what happened or how it was.

Sheltered and innocent to the reality of the bikers that swarmed about her everyday life, and the modern world, her family did what they had to do to save her from sure death; the Demons wanted her dead, but they had to find her first. Orphaned and uneducated about modern society she was bullied, beaten, shunned, molested, raped, battered, harassed and broken, but her faith and will to endure gave her the strength to search for the man in her nightly dreams.

This is Halya’s side of the story, what she went through and how she overcame the pain and sorrow of her past. Loving her, protecting her, sheltering her in warmth and tenderness, her dream man, The Buffalo, it was his destiny in Cocooning the Butterfly that would save her spirit from sure madness, as he used his horse whisperer’s tactics to make her feel safe. A biker’s war, a long-standing feud over a multi-million dollar ranch, one boy and one girl were destined to achieve the promise of the old men of long ago, as he loved her upon the Butterfly Bed.

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5 STARS from K. Short on Cocooning The Butterfly

 A bold but sensual story of the rapture in the coming together of a powerful man and a woman searching for safety in love. How fun to be a part of the pre-read, and share the insight of a woman’s heart as she finds truth in love, and then blossoms with it. I know this is just the beginning, as Halya travels our paths, for this is the reality of all women in wanting a real man. A great read.”  Review by, Steel Riata ~ Alberta Canada


The Winthrop Woman (Katherine) by Anya Seton

The Winthrop WomanThe Winthrop Woman by Anya Seton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A portrait of a woman striving for life in a man’s world, she went from struggling through life to owning it. I want my daughters to read this book, as well as “Katherine“. She may be strong-willed, but that’s what’s kept her alive in her struggles through dying husbands and times of war. The romance is there, no doubt, but Anya Seton kept the read clean; there’s more sex in modern-day PG TV than there is in these books. A historical romance such as this should be on the ‘to read’ list of any avid reader.

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