My friends say Hunter Cayman's dangerous. They say he's a threat to everyone in town.
They say he's a threat to everyone in town.
But I'm not so sure.
As he stands before me in this crowded club with the lights shining around us, I catch something good under Hunter's dark facade. Something decent and profound.
I don't know who or what to believe.
But I will find out the truth.
When Aeris Thorne meets the alluring and mysterious Dr. Hunter Cayman, her life takes an exhilarating turn. Aeris is both drawn to him and determined to find out what he's hiding on his vast estate. As he and Aeris are drawn together, the walls he's built to protect himself threaten to crumble. When Aeris's life is threatened, Hunter is forced to make an impossible decision about her future--one that could change everything.
Q: So why should readers give this book a try?
A: Because The Butterfly Code is a swift-paced page-turner that's packed with every emotion you could think of. The forbidden relationship plot will steal your attention, and the twists and turns will keep you on the edge of your seat. Every character is not what they seem, and no plot line is ever what you are expecting. Ultimately readers who like mystery, angst, danger, dark secrets, betrayals, and characters that truly move them will love the book.
"I have tried to read my next book, but can't get into it for thinking about this one!" ★★★★★ M. Burcham━Starred Review
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About the Author
The Butterfly Code, coming this fall, is Sue's first new-adult romantic suspense.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Couldn't put it down.
Interesting but Unfulfilling Start. Girl on Fire is the first book by Sue Whyshynski that I have read, so I wasn't sure what to expect. What I found was a storyline that was a combination of thriller, medical/scientific, with some romance. But I wouldn't classify this as SciFi. This could be read as a standalone but there is a soft cliffhanger and it's clearly not the end of the story. There is violence. The book started out promising, like the book description led me to think it would be, but could be so much better. At first it was really interesting but then not so much. I kept reading hoping that my initial being riveted would return. There were enough clues to keep me reading to see what would happen next. I'm glad I stuck it out to the end. One thing that I had issues with was how much of the book was spent with keeping Aeris in the dark about what had been done to her, why Brewster King was after her even before Hunter saved her, which side is Gage on, and so many more unanswered questions. For a book with more than 300 pages, too many of them seemed to be just filler without contributing much to the storyline. I will read the next book in this series because I am curious enough to want answers to my questions. Just hoping the next book is better and answers some of my questions.
What if you fall for a sexy, mysterious stranger ? What if his research lab is a gothic-looking mansion? What if your dad warns you not to go anywhere near him? What is his co-workers are beautiful, wealthy and not friendly? Would you plunge ahead anyway, because you just can't stay away? Author Sue Wyshynski has created an intriguing world for her danger-threatened heroine, Aeris. A fast suspenseful romantic suspense with a mystery luring and a touching love story holding it together.
The Butterfly Code is sure to be a crowd pleaser. This new, exciting and completely engaging scifi suspense thriller will have you guessing till the end. Aeris returns to her father’s home town right before she heads off to a gleaming musical career. But secrets from Aeris past continue to haunt her. It is not surprising, while revisiting her home, many rof these secrets resurface. Searching for the answers will change Aeris life forever. There is a mysterious lab, with extraordinarily beautiful people working at it. Somehow, Aeris knows the lab, these people, they all have ties into the death of her mother. Some romantic interest, lots of intrigue and a good amount of action highlight this original plot. I’m am confident this book will grab the young adult crew that favored Immortal Instruments and Twilight Saga. I received this copy of The Butterfly Code from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for a honest review.