Book Reviews of Midnight Butterfly

Midnight Butterfly
Midnight Butterfly
Author: Joan Elizabeth Lloyd
ISBN-13: 9780786707614
ISBN-10: 0786707615
Publication Date: 8/2000
Pages: 224
  • Currently 2.7/5 Stars.

2.7 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Carroll Graf Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
This book did nothing for me; I found myself skimming through it just to get it over with. The writing was stilted, the characters wooden, the sex scenes were very matter-of-fact and there was no romance to speak of. The premise was good, but poorly executed.
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A story about a small town girl who goes to New York to discover herself and her sexuality. With the help of a ghost, she discovers her fantasies can become reality. Very hot book.
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A good book about a woman discovering herself.
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From book cover: Quiet and sheltered Ellen Howard has lived in a cocoon all her life, but finally she can spread her wings-to put it mildly.Ellen's just won the lottery, freeing her to pursue her dream of studying art in New York. But big city life is about to show Ellen some things she never experienced, even in her wildest fantasies...First, her art instructor comes on to her...strong.Sexually naive Ellen feels inadequate and inexperienced. Then she meets the ghost of Maggie-whom you may remember as the flamboyant escort from Lloyd's now classic Slow Dancing-and her erotic impulses are tapped to the extreme. Maggie, with her charm and sexual wisdom, knows what men want. She helps Ellen to awaken her own boiling sexuality and indulge in her most lustful fantasies-until her wild adventures leave her breathless....