USA Today best-selling author Terri E. Laine brings a new standalone new adult romance novel, Chasing Butterflies, about second chances on and off the field.
One night ...one kiss ...one touch ...will change everything.
Kelley Moore's tragic home life should make him a survivor. But when he's uprooted yet again, his plans for a better future seem impossible. Being a player on and off the football field is all he knows, until Lenora Wells. The beautiful town princess makes him feel and want things he never thought he could have.
Lenora will do anything to get out of her town, even if it means dating the wrong guy. There's one problem: she can't stop thinking about the gorgeous, complicated boy with the unusual eyes who gives her butterflies and makes her question her choices.
When their lives collide, the world shifts and not in their favor. Four years later, the sins of their past can never be taken back and forgiveness won't come easy. College is a different game, a second chance for something better.
She's not the girl he remembers and he's the one boy she can never forget.
He's made a name for himself as the star quarterback - the golden boy who can do no wrong. But he's only interested in being her hero. Despite everything, she can't deny he still makes her heart flutter; and she's got him chasing butterflies.
©2016 Terri E. Laine (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
I've read this book and listening to it was even better!!
5 stars!! I loved this book. Lenny is the butterfly that Kelley will keep chasing! I have so many thoughts I need more people to read this so I can chat more about this book!! BUY THIS BOOK!
I had to stop it after like 4 chapters. The male lead is sex crazed and disgusting. The female lead is insane for being drawn to such a tool. If you like porn, this is for you. If you enjoy sweet romances, look elsewhere.
It's all about romance in my library! I have a wonderful husband, children and my grandchildren they are my rock.
It had a great storyline, but it was very sad. Very abusive!
Not to make Kelley so weak, she could had raised her son on her own.
Taffy did not do a good job on the male voice.
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