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Butterfly Dreams by [Walters, A. Meredith]
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Length: 317 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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Advance praise for Butterfly Dreams
“All the feels: poignant, funny, sad, beautiful, and inspiring! Your own belly butterflies will take flight.”New York Times bestselling author Katy Evans

“A. Meredith Walters is the author I turn to when I want to get sucked into a beautiful story that packs an emotional punch.”New York Times bestselling author Sawyer Bennett

Butterfly Dreams is one of the sweetest, most beautiful novels I’ve read in a long time. My heart ached and warmed at the perfect story of Corin and Beckett.”—Sarah Robinson, bestselling author of Breaking a Legend

Butterfly Dreams is one of the most poignant books I’ve read all year. It’s heartbreaking, real, and breathtakingly beautiful. A. Meredith Walters weaves a story that draws you in from the very first page and refuses to let you go even once it’s finished.”—Stacey Lynn, author of the Nordic Lords series

“The ending nearly killed me, but I survived. I read this book in one sitting, and what a roller coaster of a story. The author did an amazing job. . . . I found myself unable to put the book down.”—The Book Hookup

Product Details

  • File Size: 949 KB
  • Print Length: 317 pages
  • Publisher: Loveswept (November 24, 2015)
  • Publication Date: November 24, 2015
  • Sold by: Random House LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UQF3O98
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,951 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3.25 STARS

When it comes to A. Meredith Walters, I’m always eager to devour each new book she writes. With every word she sets to paper, she successfully injects sensitivity and humanity to the story at hand. Thus, her knack for tackling difficult subjects should be applauded. In this regard, “Butterfly Wings” is no exception. Yet overall, I found the story to be good but somewhat disappointing.

Corin Thompson is the owner of Razzle Dazzle pottery shop. She is also a hypochondriac that suffers from extreme anxiety and panic attacks. Having never properly grieved the death of her parents, her anguish manifests itself in the form of non-existent ailments. Convinced that she suffers from a deadly heart condition, Corin decides to join a support group called Mended Hearts.

Enter Becket Kingsley. At only 28 years old, Beckett suffered a near-fatal heart attack as a result of a previously undetected, genetic heart condition. The once vibrantly active Beckett LITERALLY had his world turned upside down. But with a positive attitude and the help of his friends at Mended Hearts, Beckett is learning to enjoy life and to appreciate each moment as it comes.

When Corin arrives at Mended Hearts, both she and Beckett are surprised to discover that they have actually met before. During one of Corin’s panic attacks weeks earlier, Beckett was the stranger on the street that assisted her during the attack. For Corin, it was an embarrassing incident she’d rather forget. But over the ensuing weeks, Beckett hadn’t been able to put thoughts of Corin out of his mind. So for him, Corin’s unexpected arrival at Mended Hearts was an opportunity he couldn’t pass up.

Initial interactions between Corin and Beckett are awkward at best.
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"Laugh with me.
Dance with me.
Smile with me.
Love with me.
Live with me."

The butterflies never ceased fluttering in my stomach.
I was crossing my fingers.
I was holding my breath.
I was reading really slow - because her words warranted it.
It was like I was going to miss something if I hurried myself into it.
So there I was, grasping my reader tightly with those f!@$% butterflies in my stomach that couldn't stop fluttering.
Ms. A. Meredith Walters, I felt my heart stopped. My breathing hitched...
I never felt so much relief. OMG.
The butterflies followed me in my dreams.
This was such a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful read.
I just can't recommend it enough.

What happens when a girl who thinks she’s dying meets a man who is just learning how to live?

Are your hearts ready? Because this is not your ordinary sappy romance novel. Oh no, fellow readers, this one is far more complex than that. Yes, it has those cheesy moments that can melt hearts, it has some sprinkle of steam into it, but more than that, the overall effect of the book on me was like an eye-opener, an inspiration to those who are losing hope, and to those who can’t let go of their past. It’s time to stop and smell the flowers. It’s time to live.

"Seconds. Minutes. Days. Look at the bigger picture and embrace whatever time you have. Don’t look constantly toward the end. Enjoy the right now."

There were times when I get frustrated because Corin was so wrapped up with herself and her mortality that she’s forgetting to live. She had lost so much at a young age, and she was afraid she’d die young. Her parents died when she was still in her teens and she had been the one to take care of them.
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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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