Author: Megan Derr
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Cassidy Monarch had dreams—to sing, to be famous, to tour the world at the head of his own rock band. Then his parents were killed in a tragic accident, leaving him to raise his two siblings. Determined to hold on to what remained of his family, Cassidy settled into an ordinary life, his dreams of fame reduced to occasional nights of singing at karaoke dives. But his careful, ordinary life began to fray with his new job, and the beautiful, charming boss who reminds him of all the things he tried to stop wanting.
Malcolm Osborne is a classic rags to riches story, a foster child who wound up with the perfect family and more money than he knows what to do with. He’s wealthy, beautiful, successful, and completely miserable. Then he hires a new worker for his office, a young, hard-working man with a sadness in his eyes that Malcolm aches to banish, hoping that in doing so he will be rid of his own loneliness as well.
It all started with a dream and some damn hard work and talent. Then life came at Cassidy Monarch with both barrels, and that dream died in an instant.
The Missing Butterfly is the tale of Cassidy’s journey back to that dream. Yes, there is a love story involved. A rather hot one filled with some wicked UST (Unresolved Sexual Tension) for much of the story.
Malcolm is a bit of a pretentious ass. But he is a pretentious ass with the best of intentions. Cassidy has a huge heart and only one goal — to keep and protect his siblings.
I enjoyed the family dynamic on both sides of this relationship. The interactions between Mal and his brothers were some of the best scenes in the entire series.
This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.
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