Color Me Butterfly: A Novel Inspired by One Family's Journey from Tragedy to Triumph
Inspired by a true story, Color Me Butterfly follows four generations of mothers and daughters—haunted by a common specter of domestic abuse—as they discover the strength, hope, and courage to survive.
The last thing Eloise Bingham wanted was to leave the comforts of her South Carolina home and family. But at the end of World War II, the young wife follows her husband, I
This book was well written and has great flow.
It was really hard for me to read because it hit home for me as it probably does for many women. Not that I was ever abused by a man, but I was raised by and around women who were. This book was given to me years ago by my mother. I wouldn't say that we are astranged but our relationship is far from what it should be.
As I was reading I found myself wondering if she gave it to me to help me understand wh ...more
Breaking this cycle of abuse is difficult to achieve as each generation of women suffer at the hands of drunken husbands.
I enjoyed this book immensely and recommend it to women of all ages.
This book is about the cycle of domestic violence and how is spanned over 3 generations of women in the same family
Mattie never wanted to be like her mother but finds herself in the same situation. After a tragic accident occurs, Mattie realizes a change needs to happen and she has to ...more
The book is well written and is a fictional account of the family of ...more
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