Butterfly Autumn (2020)

Butterfly Autumn Adriana Anderson was back home for good Growing up in an air force family had kept her moving long enough But now with tasks like remodeling her parents old Victorian home and teaching at the univers
  • Title: Butterfly Autumn
  • Author: Carolyn Seabaugh
  • ISBN: 9780373084685
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • Butterfly Autumn
    Adriana Anderson was back home for good Growing up in an air force family had kept her moving long enough But now, with tasks like remodeling her parents old Victorian home and teaching at the university, her life was all worked out.Yet one golden fall afternoon, Haines Scott threatened her new found roots Scotty taught her about butterflies, brass beds, even the meaAdriana Anderson was back home for good Growing up in an air force family had kept her moving long enough But now, with tasks like remodeling her parents old Victorian home and teaching at the university, her life was all worked out.Yet one golden fall afternoon, Haines Scott threatened her new found roots Scotty taught her about butterflies, brass beds, even the meaning of her name.But he was a test pilot a transient, someone to be avoided How long could she hold still and ignore the fluttering in her heart
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    One Reply to “Butterfly Autumn”

    1. This story is set in my hometown back when I lived there, earlier than the publication date of the book I have read other books set in cities where I have lived and usually find a lot of inconsistencies caused by the author s lack of familiarity with the area Except for once having the heroine really take the scenic route to get from here to there, I did not find those kinds of mistakes in this book It s nice that the author had so much respect for the setting The characters were mostly likable, [...]

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