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Butterfly Knight

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By the author of Malice in Wonderland. In this short story, a female knight named Faelwen must flee when barbarians storm the castle. Why do they bring about such bloodshed? Because the barbarian leader seeks to kiss her, smitten as he is with her beauty. When she exits the escape tunnel, she encounters an armored butterfly guarding a flower. Will she be forced to fight th ...more
Kindle Edition, 13 pages
Published (first published January 30th 2011)
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Izzy
May 25, 2016 Izzy rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
**As this hasn't got any reviews, I'm going to just put down some of my thoughts on this. At the time of purchase, this ebook was free. **

I really did not like this. Not only was it pointless and rather boring, but the writing wasn't that great.

This is a passage of the opening paragraph:

"When the barbarians rode in, they brought their destruction for no other reason than infatuation. The barbarian leader, you see, had a fixation upon me. My name is Faelwen. I am a female knight in the service of
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Gunnar
Aug 11, 2013 Gunnar rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2013, kindle-lendable
Different and intelligent. Well written, with a good mix of action, introspection, and transitions. The author has a definite sense of story that doesn't flag in the middle. Nicely done and worth the read, and no, I don't know the author.
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