➳ [Reading] ➶ Butterfly Palace (Love Across the Sea #1) By Colleen Coble ➩ – Dolove.info

Butterfly Palace (Love Across the Sea #1) When Lilly Donnelly Arrives At The Cutlers Famed Butterfly Mansion In , The Massive House And Unfamiliar Duties Threaten To Overwhelm Her Victorian Austin Is Lavish, Highly Political, And Intimidating, But With The Help Of The Other Servants, Lilly Resolves To Prove Herself To Her New EmployersThen, While Serving At An Elegant Dinner Party, Lilly Recognizes One Distinguished Guest As Andrew, The Love Of Her Life, Who Abandoned Her Without A Word Back Home He Seems To Have Assumed A New Identity And Refuses To Acknowledge Her, Leaving Her Confused And ReelingBefore Lilly Can Absorb This Unwelcome News, She S Attacked Could It Be The Sinister Servant Girl Killer Who Has Been Terrorizing Austin Or Is It Someone After Something Personal Someone From Her Past Does She Dare Trust Andrew To Help Or Is He Part Of The Danger Threatening To Draw Lilly Into Its Vortex


About the Author: Colleen Coble

USAToday bestselling author Colleen Coble lives with her husband, Dave, in Indiana She is the author of dozens of novels including the Rock Harbor Series, the Aloha Reef Series, the Mercy Falls Series, the Hope Beach Series, the Lonestar Series and two Women of Faith fiction selections, Alaska Twilight and Midnight Sea She has than 2 million books in print.



10 thoughts on “Butterfly Palace (Love Across the Sea #1)

  1. says:

    I wish I had nice things to say about this book This review is not easy to write.The cover did not match the story in tone in building type in yard lawn typeThat was disappointing, because the cover is what grabbed my attention and made me want to read the story I had to cover it with sticky notes once I realized early on that it did not in any way


  2. says:

    Butterfly Palace Colleen CobleReview from Jeannie Zelos Book reviews.I enjoy historical romances, and the title of this intrigued me Sadly though it just didn t live up to my expectations I found the characters very confusing, acting in ways that people of that time and station would not have been allowed The plots were all linked but seemed very simplistic


  3. says:

    Rating 3.5Colleen Coble is known for her Christian fiction writing This one is considered inspirational, but I didn t feel that it contained her usual strong Christian thread I would definitely classify it as secular, but still found it an enjoyable read but not as well written as her contemporary suspense novels I liked the mystery thread, yet it seemed to be rathe


  4. says:

    I keep telling myself that life is too short to read bad writing But since I write a lot of bad writing, myself, it s all a moot point, yo.I downloaded Butterfly Palace via Overdrive from my public library system So my local tax dollars have already paid for this Okay, not dollars More like bits and pieces of pocket change, lint included American public libraries are c


  5. says:

    Okay, so. It took me a couple tries to get into this book As I told one of my Goodreads friends the first time I tried reading it Since Colleen Coble is one of my favorite authors, I ve gotten to where I don t even read the book blurbs for her books any So I had absolutely no idea what this book was about when I started reading it And I didn t realize it was historical fiction I th


  6. says:

    DNFed around 20% I am not much of a mystery fan and this one is just not for me Lilly is a typical small town Mary Sue It s not my fault everybody likes me promotes me Not even a day since her arrival and everybody in that household commented on her adorable looks, her blond long hair and of course she is instantly promoted from kitchen servant to maid servant hairdresser and dress councelor E


  7. says:

    Having read Coble s historical novels before, I have had my eye on this recent release for a while now I was not disappointed in this novel, which is very tense even from the opening pages A fire, a murderer, people living under assumed identities, and a slightly creepy house all combine to give a gothic feel to this novel As with many historicals, this novel served to de romanticize some of my notion


  8. says:

    The setting for this book is the very interesting Butterfly Palace, an old palace brought over from Europe and reconstructed in Austin, Texas It s full if secret passage ways, mystery and dead butterflies The wealthy master of the house, Mr Everett Marshall, collects rate butterfly specimens Thus the name of the book.That being said, unfortunately the book is not worthy of it s rather exotic setting The writing


  9. says:

    Butterfly Palace is my first novel from author Colleen Coble From what I understand, Coble writes secular fiction as well as historical Christian fiction, which is very evident in this novel as it strays away from a religious tone The Butterfly Palace has a interesting mystery plot, but struggled to hold my interest all the way through The plot of the Butterfly Palace is worthy of details and character development With


  10. says:

    I m not very familiar with Inspirational Fiction, I ve read several from one of my favorite local author s who has written several Christian Western Romances how is that for cross genre But other than her few books, I m fairly unfamiliar with the genre I enjoyed this book because it had the Christian aspect, the romance aspect, and a lot of mystery to it as well The religious aspect to this novel was fairly minimal, but I would


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