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Freedom of the Butterfly

Peterson, Beverly

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ISBN 10: 1491836083 / ISBN 13: 9781491836088
Published by AuthorHouse
Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Title: Freedom of the Butterfly

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Very Good

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"Freedom of the Butterfly" is a sequel to "Love is Like a Butterfly" It is the continuation of the characters as they continue their search for love and understanding. Bob is desperately trying to hold onto his marriage while blaming everyone else for his troubles. Mary tries to be everything to everyone while trying to find love for herself. Jeff finds it hard to support Mary without expressing his true feelings, while she makes decisions hiding her true feelings. Dolly is there to support her friends as this story unfolds with familiar and new characters

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"Freedom of the Butterfly" is a sequel to "Love is Like a Butterfly" After requests to write a sequel this book is a continuation of the characters as they continue their search for love and understanding. After retiring from ownership of a Resort/Campground/Bar/Restaurant, Beverly has found the time to pursue her interest in writing. Her characters have become real to her and she found herself personally involved in the twists and turns of the story as it unfolded. Beverly lives in Northern Wisconsin with her husband. They have three children and three grandchildren"

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