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  • Fiction England

    Posy Montague is a widow, about to turn 70 and a mother of two grown up sons. She lives in her families crumbling house in Suffolk, she grew up there and it was home to her and two sons. Widowed at a young age, she raised her boys at Admiral House, when they went away to boarding school she kept her self busy gardening and she spent 25 years creating a beautiful garden. It’s a magnificent garden, but a lot of work and her old house needs major repairs and it’s a money pit. Just at the time when she’s trying to work out what she is going to do with her old house, her son Nick moves back to England after living in Australia for 10 years and her other son Sam’s marriage is on the rocks. Her eldest son Sam is married to the lovely Amy and they have two young children. Sam is hopeless, he’s terrible with money, his various businesses ventures have failed, and he’s not the best husband or father. When Posy bumps into her first love Freddie after 50 years, she starts to look back at her life and reflect on everything that has happened to her. Posy’s dad died during WW II; her French mother left her with her grandmother went overseas and never returned. Posy married Jonny and her husband tragically passed away when she was pregnant with her second child. As she explores and looks back at her past, she’s oblivious to a huge family secret and she has absolutely no idea what happened. As you read The Butterfly Room you are taken on a journey, one that goes back to WW II England, current time with Posy’s extremely complicated family and friends. I enjoyed The Butterfly Room it’s about family, secrets, lost love; it’s emotional, heartbreaking and at times very heartwarming. I had to grab the box of tissues a couple of times, I cried and four stars from me.

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  • The Butterfly Room, such a great read

    Such a great story, very hard to put down. Never disappointed with a Lucinda Riley book. My new favourite author!!

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