October 31, 2012
Miltonia Butterflies by @MissyFrye #BuyIndie
Title: Miltonia Butterflies
Author: Missy Frye
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Length: 1920 words
Missy Frye, author of 'Abandon' and 'Fool's Journey', is back with 'Miltonia Butterflies'. Young Paz explores a garden and discovers a remarkable flower that she must share with her mom.
With a story like this, I'm afraid to discuss it in depth do to spoiling it. 'Miltonia Butterflies' is a endearing tale that will leave even the hardiest of men misty-eyed. Frye explores the innocence of children and the special bond between mother and daughter.
Sure I'm a horror nut but there are times where I like to read something a bit more pure and heartfelt. I wouldn't classify Frye's latest as pure drama as it does lean to the paranormal slightly.
No matter the genre, 'Miltonia Butterflies' is a hit and coming in at around twelve pages it is a quick read.
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