Butterfly Bitch!

  • by Wahida Clark, Michael A. Robinson
  • Narrated by Mr. Gates
  • 7 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Rejected by a bitter, homophobic father with high political ambitions, and a spineless unsupportive mother, Butterfly's greatest desire is to fly away. Born a male turned transgender, Butterfly is left to fend for herself on the cold, unforgiving streets. Using a few get-rich-quick money schemes, Butterfly finally begins to enjoy the glitter and romance of life. That is, until her biggest lie creates a hostile frenemy who shows no mercy on getting revenge.
Soon, Butterfly's troubled life tumbles violently out of control. By chance she runs into Atwater, the perfect man with the perfect plan to stabilize her otherwise twisted world. And with the lure of power and wealth beyond her imagination, Atwater entices Butterfly to undertake a role in his sheisty scams. Her acceptance will usher in what's sure to be a tumultuous storm that neither of them can escape. Will Butterfly consent to temptation or fly away to free herself from Atwater's devilish arms?

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Don’t Waste Time or Money on This...

There was a clear lack of a developing storyline, encumbered with many grammatical and sentence structure errors. Additionally, the book bordered on the line of a LGBTQ Porn. Seriously??? Next time, I will read reviews before purchasing solely based on previous works from the author. This was not my cup of tea.
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- Tomeka

Okay listen. It just didn't seem to "gel".



I kept wondering where are we going with this story, or what the purpose of a few characters were as I listened. Mr Gates as a narrator you can't go wrong. However, there were certain words in the story that were incorrectly used. For example, a man coming down from an orgasm was described as "once he expired". Expired implies death, so when the character started talking in the story I realized once again the author used the incorrect word.

There was enough character development that I felt I knew who the man characters were and the story kept a steady pace. But this story lacked that "oomph" that is needed to make it a good or great story. You didn't care about the outcome of any of the characters OR the end of the story. I feel like there was a missed opportunity to make the Butterfly character interesting.

The ending didn't appear to be an ending at all. Much like several instances in this story it didn't fit.
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- ILoveMyAudibleKindle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-04-2017
  • Publisher: Wahida Clark Presents Publishing