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Monday, November 17, 2014

ARC Review: Julie's Butterfly by Greta Milán

Julie’s Butterfly
by Greta Milán (Translated by Allison Layland)
Published by: Amazon Crossing
November 18th, 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Source: Publisher
Rating: 4 Stars

     Wow, what a story. This is really something different and it really shows us what it is for patients of Epidermolysis Bullosa to deal with insensitive and cruel people that don't really understand what they're going through.

     The story is about Bastian—a reclusive photographer who has EB—and Julie—a woman who is still trying to find her calling in life. Julie is really attracted to Bastian but he is rude to her when they meet at an art gallery for Julie's friend Isabelle's expo. He makes it clear on several occasions that he doesn't want anything with her but it was more because he is afraid than anything else.

     But it's not going to happen as fate throws them together again the next day when Bastian has to photograph some antiques for Julie's mother. After two days of photographing Bastian is somewhat relax around Julie and things go on from there.

     It was really sad to see Bastian struggle with accepting himself and realizing that there was really nothing wrong with him. That there are just idiotic people in the world that don't deal well with what they don't understand.

     I would like to read a story about Luke, Elena, and Isabelle. They were really interesting characters.

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