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ISBN: 1-933265-73-6
September 2005
Wasteland Press
Shelbyville, KY USA
157 Pages
Contemporary Romance
Rating: 4 Cups

Kayla Jennings lost the use of her legs when she was only twelve. Not only did the automobile accident leave her limbs useless but it also dampened her spirit. All the dreams she ever imagined to fulfill in her life went out the window in the heartrending mishap.

Jordan Michaels had plans to travel around the world. When duties to the family signal his help, he forgets his dreams. Taking care of an ill nephew with MS is a huge responsibility and he refuses to let him down.

Kayla suffered an accident that left her powerless to walk and her soul empty. She gave up on her young life and dreams. Eighteen years pass and Jordan meets Kayla. Jordan believes that his ill nephew, Jim who suffers from MS could benefit from her help. Jordan has suffered much in his past life as well as Kayla. Together they try to sort out the troubled pain that twisted their hearts and brought much sadness. Jordan has been like an angel sent to Kayla. They both begin to feel an attraction that binds. After she learns she might be able to regain the use of her legs, she is ecstatic until she realizes it might cost her the one love with Jordan that she thought she would never find. Now it is left to Kayla to see that she does not have to change anything to find everlasting happiness.

The Butterfly’s Dance is a story that is most affectionate and pens real life in its characters. I could feel the tender emotions exhibited by Kayla and Jordan throughout the story, as well as feel the strength that Jim portrayed. Ms. Hunter has written a lovely inspirational romance. The story leaves a strong impact not soon forgotten.

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