From the bestselling author on Amazon comes a saga series with characters that will become like family.
Praise for The Laurelhurst Chronicles!
” Intriguing and suspenseful story from a first time author for me. Lydia lives well with her parents until war breaks out. Then she’s sent to the manor with her uncle. It’s definitely not what it seems, plenty of secrets. Outstanding” Goodreads review for Beneath a Moonless Sky
“This couple was a real match set in heaven and I was rooting for them through all of their ups and downs and near break-ups. What I also appreciated in this novel was how fleshed out each character was, including Henry’s sister Kate who struggled with alcoholism due to her unhealthy relationship with her mother. These little psychological bits inserted here and there made the story even more interesting to read. I love it when characters have their flaws and backstories, and Ms. Butler is certainly a master of characterization and demonstrating how they can grow and change before the reader’s eyes.” USA Today Bestselling Author Ellie Midwood on Before the Flood
“The combination of superstition together with a psychological cat and mouse game between several of the main characters kept me wanting to know more. I look forward to reading the next in the series. A great read.” USA Today Bestselling author Kathryn Guaci on The Broken Tree
“Your character development was excellent and I found myself thinking of each of them as people I actually knew. In particular, I liked your development of Henry. So many (most) writings about psychiatric patients focus solely on the identified patient and ignore the surrounding family. But Henry (and the entire family) were a part of Lydia’s struggles, just like the peripheral objects (individuals) of any one of us has a role in our experiences and actions. Additionally, and perhaps more important for the more casual reader, however, is the fact that Henry struggled and was in tremendous pain surrounding Lydia’s illness and hospitalization also” — Reader feedback for Out of Night