Spotlight: Cocooning the Butterfly by Laila Doncaster
“I love you, Butterfly. I will never hurt you, and I will never leave you alone to fend away the pain. I promise.”
If Halya had known what the Knight Riders stood for, against, and their protection, would she have experienced the trauma and heartache that she had gone through? Possibly, but that is not what happened or how it was. Sheltered and innocent to the biker reality that swarms around her, the family did what they had to do, to save her from certain death. The Demons want her dead, will stop at nothing, but they have to find her first.
A naive orphan at 17, bullied, beaten, molested, raped, battered, and broken. Faith gave her the strength to search for the man she dreams of. This is Halya’s story; what she went through and how she overcame a painful existence. Love, protection, shelter, warmth, and tenderness, could The Buffalo’s destiny in “Cocooning, The Butterfly” save her mind from the madness of trauma?
Knight Rider Law rules the biker world, yet as time passes and tempers flare, war is inevitable. A biker’s feud became a long-standing crusade to safeguard the ownership of a multimillion-dollar ranch and its fortunes. One boy and one girl were born to achieve the promise of the old men of long ago, but time is also the enemy. Will she survive, find the man in her nightly dreams, escape Hell, and remain sane?
Praise for Cocooning the Butterfly
“Cocooning The Butterfly” gives you a new perspective on life, and in a beautifully romantic way. goo.gl/BCmXpx—
Jay W Squires (@jay_squires) November 06, 2017
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