Black Butterfly: Alpha Male Bad Boy Romance – Kindle edition by Sienna Mynx. Contemporary Romance Kindle eBooks @ Black Butterfly Sienna Mynx. Dear Ms. Mynx: In the grand tradition of harlequin presents, you bring us a multicultural story of a down on her luck. Black Butterfly. By Sienna Mynx. Adult Erotica. Rated /5 based on 1 reviews. Every bond between friends and new lovers are put to the test.
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Black Butterfly by Sienna Mynx. Sydney Allen has a dream.
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To dance one day on Broadway, and be a star. She’s moved to New York, and with her best friends Portia and Trish at her side, her dream is destined to be a reality. That is until she meets the Executive Producer of her show–Nolen Adams.
His lust and Sydney Allen has a dream. His lust and desires for Sydney are at first spurned. Bktterfly will never be a sjenna couch bunny. But Nolen Adams doesn’t take well to rejection.
He’s a man who always gets who and what he wants. Despite her efforts to achieve her chance at stardom through handwork and discipline, she is forced to address the admiration of her Producer. His pursuit of her sets Sydney and her friends on a collision path of pain, heartache, and self-discovery that will forever change their friendship.
Every bond between friends and new lovers are put to the test when lies and deceit overshadow the best of intentions.
And Sydney soon learns the price of fame can ultimately be the cost of one’s heart. If you want more of Sienna Mynx, please be sure to visit: Nook0 pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Black Butterflyplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Jun 25, Sylvia rated it it was ok Shelves: This book would have to be the most frustrating, annoying, I want-to-bang-my-head-against-the-wall and roll my eyes constantly type of read.
Besides the hot scenes, Nolan and the plot line concerning Todd and Trish, I really found it so incredibly over the top and unrealistic.
First of all, small town girl Sydney, who is an untrained, yet aspiring dancer, wins the lead role in an off broadway ballet. She also captures the eye of it’s financer Mr Nolan Adams.
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This rich entrepreneu This book would have to be the most frustrating, annoying, I want-to-bang-my-head-against-the-wall and roll my eyes constantly type of read. This rich entrepreneur is a man who gets what he wants and whatever cost, and is mesmerised by Sydney.
So basically, she plays really hard to get, will not have a bar of him because she doesn’t want anyone to think that she “slept her way to the top. So, they continue their relationship in secret.
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In the meantime, Sydney’s best friends and roommates have their own story going on. Trish, who is a struggling artist is sweet and kind and pretty much keeps to herself, but she has a big secret she is keeping from everyone.
She finds herself, suddenly taken aback my Nolan’s friend, Todd. He is a successful and renowned fashion photographer, who is a man whore, to say the least. He, in fact, is the photographer that Portia the stupid ass, skank hoe, mother fudgertheir other friend, decides to go down on to get herself a step in the right direction for her career.
When, he rejects helping her, after she pretty much humiliates herself, she looses the myhx, beats him, trashes his place and cries rape.
But, Nolan, with all his power and connections, makes things “go-away” and the secret is buttedfly, from Sydney and Trish. They are clueless to everything. And soon enough both girls and falling head over heels in love with Nolan and Todd. Okay, so much drama goes down, but it’s not the nail biting, tension filled drama we all love and expect from stories.
It’s the oh-my-GOSH I can’t believe that this shit is happening, it’s so predictable, and corny and I don’t think I would put up with any of this shit if it happened in real life. Like seriously, I know it’s a fiction, and meant to be dramatic, but it’s just plan ridiculous. She vutterfly the worst character ever to be written. She sets women back generations and cries rape every time she doesn’t get her way. It’s women like her that make the real victims of a sex crime, go unnoticed as they are too afraid to come out because no one will believe them since, bitches like Portia, corrupt the system with constant fake allegations.
I’m telling you I was ready to grab her and beat the living shit out of her, she is that bad. I really can’t believe the shit she caused and blamed everyone else, except her stupid arse self. Alright, that’s it, I’ve had enough of this book btuterfly writing about something that has numbed my mind. I really can’t say anything else about it.
View all 36 comments. Butterf,y 29, Alex rated it did not ssienna it Recommends it for: The cover is gorgeous well, not the cover, the guy on it, who looks a lot like Jonathan Rhys Meyersbut that’s all there is to this book. In a nutshell, this was a story about mentally unstable people and their sisnna relationships. However, I don’t think that was the author’s intention. The hero was a thug in a suit with no moral compass, who showed sifnna flag” blac of being a future domestic abuser.
The heroine liked to send mixed signals and then dole out punishment for the resulting reactions. And the three ‘best friends’ were as follows; 1.
Childlike mental case and 3. Once you get past the completely unlikeable characters, you have to deal with bad, inconsistent writing and cringe worthy sex scenes. Distress blak panic, are two words one should never find in a passionate love scene. Finally, I understand the need for self publishing, but does that mean you can’t gather a couple of buddies to help you proofread? Maybe even give you their honest thoughts and mhnx I can’t imagine someone reading this, cover to cover, and then saying “Looks great!
Don’t change a word. The only reason I’m not giving Black Butterfly a one star rating is that I liked the concept and really wanted to like the book.
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Dec 05, Sonya rated it it was ok. The idea of this book was good. The actual book, not so much. I tried to like it. About two thirds of the way through I found I was actually forcing myself to finish it. The gist of the story is a an african american woman moves to New York to become a dancer, catches the eye of a rich white man, starts a romance. There is a lot of drama with her two room mates, his best friend, everyone’s parents, etc. The characters just weren’t likable.
The heroine of the story started out decent enough. She w The idea of this book was good. She wants to make it on her own, doesn’t want anyone blac, her anything. Except she’s kind of stupid. She lets people kind of run all over her. She lets him strangle her during their first time having sex, without even knowing him, blac even a “hey, what are you doing? Their first weekend out of town, she lets him drop thousands of dollars on her, and you don’t hear a peep about how she doesn’t want him spending money on her.
He was just a whiny man-boy, throwing temper-tantrums throughout the book. She didn’t even act like she liked him half the time, or was really all that interested in him.
The secondary characters were also annoying.
It kind of felt like, through out the book, that every thing that happens, that everything they think or do was added as an afterthought. Like the writer was reaching, trying to add things that would hold our interest.
It seemed sort of scattered in parts. One minute a character is freaking out about something, the next they aren’t, one minute something is a problem, the next it’s not. Do yourself a favor and avoid this one. Aug 22, Sandra rated it it was amazing Shelves: I loved this book. I don’t even have words to describe how much, i am speechless.
There hasn’t be any other book I have held to as high a standard as the Fifty Shades Trilogy ever. Its just fantastically and brilliantly written.