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Lady of the Butterflies

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F a Puritan soldier who fears for his brilliant daughter with her dangerous passion for natural history and for butterflies in particularHer reckless courage will take her to places where no WOW I read this book in two days I couldn't wait to get started on it as soon as I read the book description and found out I was getting an advance reader copy I opened the front cover when I got it and couldn't put it down This author was such a fabulous writer She based the book on fact filled it with such rich history facts on the study of butterflies and how it came about that the women in the book started studying them You felt as if you were there with the characters and the descriptions of the countryside You can't put the book down you are so drawn into the story and can't wait to see what is going to happen next in her life The story at the end of how the writer came across her story Eleanor's how she found out all of the information on her life and that of her husbands children and that of the others in the story is as fascinating as the book itselfIf you don't buy another book this year pick this one up I guarantee whomever you may be you will love this book I wish I could give it than five starsThis book was based on the 17th century life of Eleanor Glanville who grew up on the ancient marshlands of Somerset her life marked by two reckless passions a fascination with natural history and butterflies in particular and a tempestuous love affair with the dashing soldier Richard Glanville a romance that nearly cost her everythingIn a world where butterflies were believed to be the souls of the dead Eleanor was regarded as little better than a witch But her story set against a backdrop of war betrayal and sexual obsession is the life of a truly great scientific pioneer a passionate women far ahead of her time A Cowboy's Pursuit reckless courage will take her to places where no WOW I A Cowboy Summer read this book in two days I couldn't wait to get started on it as soon as I Showdown with the Sheriff read the book description and found out I was getting an advance The Conqueror's Lady / The Mercenary's Bride / His Enemy's Daughter reader copy I opened the front cover when I got it and couldn't put it down This author was such a fabulous writer She based the book on fact filled it with such Cowboy Smith rich history facts on the study of butterflies and how it came about that the women in the book started studying them You felt as if you were there with the characters and the descriptions of the countryside You can't put the book down you are so drawn into the story and can't wait to see what is going to happen next in her life The story at the end of how the writer came across her story Eleanor's how she found out all of the information on her life and that of her husbands children and that of the others in the story is as fascinating as the book itselfIf you don't buy another book this year pick this one up I guarantee whomever you may be you will love this book I wish I could give it than five starsThis book was based on the 17th century life of Eleanor Glanville who grew up on the ancient marshlands of Somerset her life marked by two Cries in the Night reckless passions a fascination with natural history and butterflies in particular and a tempestuous love affair with the dashing soldier Richard Glanville a Justice at Cardwell Ranch romance that nearly cost her everythingIn a world where butterflies were believed to be the souls of the dead Eleanor was Cowboy Who Came for Christmas regarded as little better than a witch But her story set against a backdrop of war betrayal and sexual obsession is the life of a truly great scientific pioneer a passionate women far ahead of her time

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Woman of her day ever dared to go Her fearless ambition will give her a place in history for all time But it is her passionate heart which will lead her into a consuming love and mortal peril This is one of the best pieces of historical fiction I have read in a long time Impeccably researched and beautifully written the metaphor of the butterfly is applied brilliantly to this tale of Eleanor Glanville a woman scientist ahead of her time Mountain does a very good job of using the available facts it is a true story to make a compelling narrative From the opening where Nell is a misunderstood child through the trials of war and rebellion her turbulent love life and her tussle with the fenlandthis novel grips right until her re birth at the end of the bookI won't tell you how I shall be highly recommending it as a partner read to those who read my book The Lady's Slipper which is also set in the 17th century Cries in the Night read in a long time Impeccably Justice at Cardwell Ranch researched and beautifully written the metaphor of the butterfly is applied brilliantly to this tale of Eleanor Glanville a woman scientist ahead of her time Mountain does a very good job of using the available facts it is a true story to make a compelling narrative From the opening where Nell is a misunderstood child through the trials of war and Cowboy Who Came for Christmas rebellion her turbulent love life and her tussle with the fenlandthis novel grips Cradle of Solitude right until her Cowboy Under the Mistletoe re birth at the end of the bookI won't tell you how I shall be highly The Christmas Wedding Quilt: Let It Snow\You Better Watch Out\Nine Ladies Dancing recommending it as a partner Crybaby Falls read to those who Criminal Intent read my book The Lady's Slipper which is also set in the 17th century

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Born into a world seething with treachery and suspicion Eleanor Goodricke grows up on the Somerset Levels just after the English Civil Wars heiress to her late mother's estates and daughter o Lady of the Butterflies Fiona MountainThis is the story of Eleanor Glanville daughter of a Puritan Nobleman on the marshlands of England Set in the 17th century it chronicles her life from childhood to adulthoodFamily tragedies war betrayals passion occur Eleanor is not the average woman she is a woman before her times She has an obsessive interest in science particularly that of butterflies This causes the town people to think her mad crazed even a witch She is a passionate woman with a lustful scandalous obsession that adds to her troubles Despite the challenges she faces she becomes a pioneer of science juggling family and estateA true fascinating tale based on the life of Eleanor Glanville Ms Mountain is descriptive in detail of the times Also well researched I learned a lot about butteries I highly recommend to those who love historical fiction based upon actual historical people I won on GR'S give a ways