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Top Customer Reviews
This book is focused more on the outside threats to th couples relationship than the internla battles each couple has gooing on.There is so much drama whether it is coming from past lovers , business partners , even family drama or work drama .
While Rebecca and Jackson is dealing with work and family even a past lover from Rebecca's past .The new found Love between Chris and Lucy sees its own share of drama .Through all the good and bad that happens in this book it does one thing .It capativates you from the begining to end .There are so many twist and turns you never know whats next .
How to Catch Butterflies is a story of love ,friendship, and how in the end sometimes love is the answer . It is sometimes a little confusing but mostly filled with hot love scenes , friendships and how no matter what somethings are just meant to be .
This book was wrapped up quite nicely everything felled right in placed all questions and and the reader was not left wondering what happen. I have to say personally the last few chapters plus the epilogue had to be my favorite it left my heart pounding then melting . It was defiantly an enjoyable read .
I loved book 1 in this series it ended with one hell of a cliffhanger but..... Book 2 starts as book 1 finished. It's like samantha had done it as one book but when she has finished she cut it in half to make too. I LOVED IT. I love the way the author has written it too.
There is twist and turns you don't see coming it's a story that will have you bitting your nails and sitting at the end of your seat till the very end.
Page turner? gosh yea. Would I recommend this book? Hell yeah. Everyone needs to read this book and Author.
So I read book one and it hooked me pretty quickly I love Rebecca and Lucy two Brit girls after my own heart.
Their journey of self discovery is not without its fair share well much more than fair every corner and turn was drama filled which keep me on the edge.
I loved Samantha's writing it was organic and authentic. The Brit slang was spot on by the way.
This review is difficult because I can't say too much without giving the story away which would be a shame because their is so much you just need to read for yourself.
If you have read book one this picks up right where book one ended.
In book one I form opinions of who I wanted the girls to end up with, but by the end of this book I had completely changed my mind. But I was very happy with the ending we got to see where all the different characters ended up. lets just say Karma is a BI**H.
I really enjoyed the girls emotional drama filled journey. there are plenty of Hot guys for you to enjoy. i can't wait for the next book from Samantha, I really enjoyed both books.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was even better then the first. Rebecca and Lucy have both found the loves of their life but will lies tear them apart? Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kit
I read both books and I’m not really sure why they aren’t just one big book. Book one ends in the middle of a fight between Rebecca and Jackson… it seems like kind of a strange... Read morePublished on February 12, 2014 by Alissa Maureen
I just love Rebecca and Jackson's story! I was really wanting to see them start a family! Maybe after Duncan's story we can have Morgan Lee's! A lot easier to read!Published on January 3, 2014 by Taylor
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. Read morePublished on October 6, 2013 by Foxylutely Books!
Samantha Fontien's HOW TO CATCH BUTTERFLIES BOOK 2 is the continuation to her first book, HOW TO CATCH BUTTERFLIES. Read morePublished on October 3, 2013 by Jess
I fell in love with the characters in the first book. Watching Rebecca (and Lucy too) grow emotionally and take charge of her (their) life (lives). Read morePublished on September 30, 2013 by A Romantic Journey Book Blog