Broken Butterflies by Shadow Stephens #bookreview #booktour

Broken Butterflies by Shadow Stephens

Ilisha Morrison should have died the day she boarded the bullet train to Colorado. As her train collided with another, a handsome stranger saved her life, but put her in more danger than she ever imagined possible. Caught in a warring world of angels, demons, and a vengeful Death Maker who wants to destroy her, Ilisha discovers her true identity and that not everything is as it seems. Betrayal, heartache and two angels competing for her love forces Ilisha to make the hardest decision of her life.

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My Review:

I really liked this book. I loved the premise of the story, the symbolism of the butterflies and the romantic twist that happens in the middle of the story.  To survive a death that was basically absolute only to find that your life is not all what you thought it was and your race is not even the same as your parents…wow. Massive betrayal and even more unlikely truths are discovered and Ilsha not only is fighting for her life again but now much make a decision between two people she “knows” but doesn’t know at the same time. She finds not all is as it seems still!   My favorite part of the book is the out of the blue person Ilisha’s mother finds love with. So cute. 🙂 Shadow delivers a fantastic story with characters you can really relate to and you feel invested in the outcome of their fate. I was really happy with the ending and if you are looking for a really well written story with a fast paced plot grab this book and curl up with it.

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