Butterfly

By Kathryn Harvey; Barbara Wood
(Turner, Paperback, 9781596528727, 370pp.)

Publication Date: May 2012

Other Editions of This Title: Mass Market Paperback, Paperback, Hardcover, Paperback

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Description

Above an exclusive men’s store on Rodeo Drive there is a private club called Butterfly, where women are free to act out their secret erotic fantasies. Only the most beautiful and powerful women in Beverly Hills are invited to join: Jessica, a lawyer who longs for the days when men were men, and women dressed to please them; Trudie, a builder who wants a man who will challenge her—all of her—with no holds barred; and Linda, a surgeon, who uses masks to unmask the desires she hides even from herself.
But the most mysterious of them all is the woman who created Butterfly. She has changed her name, her accent, even her face to hide her true identity. And now she is about to reveal everything to realize the dream that has driven her since childhood—the secret obsession that will carry her beyond ecstasy, or destroy her and everyone around her.




About the Author

BARBARA WOOD, writing under the pseudonym Kathryn Harvey, is the international bestselling author of twenty-five acclaimed novels, including New York Times bestseller Butterfly. Her work has been translated into over 30 languages. Barbara lives in California.




Praise For Butterfly

“A steamy story of violence, sin, and corruption.” —San Francisco Chronicle
 “Glamour, wickedness and passion.” —Publishers Weekly
 “Sizzling!” —New York Daily News
 “Immensely readable.” —Chicago Tribune

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