Butterfly Weeds by Laura Miller

Julia Lang expected a nice night away from the office–free of thoughts
about the case, her failed engagement, her past. But she should have known
better. Her past haunted her every chance it got these days, and tonight it came
in the form of lyrics she never expected to hear again–not after a decade, not
in the arms of another man and definitely not in the form of a confession. Now,
Julia must discover for herself if the song–and more importantly, the man behind it–is enough to leave her new life for her small-town, Missouri roots and a
second chance at love.

Wow, this book was amazing. It was, honestly, hard to get into. I wanted to skip away from the re-story telling of
the past and get to the present. As a writer, I understand why it is important to tell the backstory. However, it did go on quite awhile.

Other than that, this love story hurt so bad but I loved it. I loved the tie in with the title and something that meant the world to the couple. It is beautiful and just when you are triumphant with the characters, the epilogue tears your heart out. Which, is good, because it is believable and you are connected to these characters on an emotional level. Well done.

Keep reading :) It’s beautiful.




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