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{The Butterfly Migration: Mia Castile}The Butterfly Migration by Mia Castile
Series: The Butterfly Chronicles
Published by Entwined Publishing on May 19, 2013
Genres: Realistic Fiction, Romance, Young Adult
Pages: 266
Format: Paperback
Source: Read for Review
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{Synopsis} –The worst day of Lacey Baxter’s life was the day her parents announced their divorce and her boyfriend Chase Livingston went into a coma. Scratch that. The worst day of her life was two months later, when he woke up and didn’t recognize her. Now, as he pushes her away, she clings to the hope that each day will be the day he remembers how much they love each other. Turning to her new BFF Byron and his circle of friends, she does whatever she can to cope with the changes. She just wants to be numb and forget about everything.

The headaches, the panic attacks, the pressure to be this perfect boyfriend are incredibly hard for Chase to bear. He doesn’t love Lacey, or at least he doesn’t think he does. Still, he doesn’t understand this strong attraction to her, or the jealousy he feels over every guy that talks to her. Losing two years of his memory means strangers think they know him and he’s not sure where he fits in. Will his memories come back over time or all at once? Should he even wish for them?

Finding each other again could be harder than either of them thought, especially when everyone knows their business and has an opinion about it.

{My Thoughts} – This book picked up right where “Butterfly Kisses” had left up. Chase was in his coma and he woke up not remembering who Lacey was. This book is full of emotions. I even teared up through a few scenes. I enjoyed this book as much as I did the previous two. It is well written, it gives you an ideal of what could happen if you lose the love of your life due to amnesia. It helps you to better understand each of the main characters, but most importantly it gives you the ability to step in Lacey’s shoes and to see that not every book is happy – that there can be sadness and it’s okay to move on. It shows that solid will and determination can win above all else and that if two people are truly meant to be together then in the end the should be. Lacey goes through so much over the course of four months that she more or less loses herself it seems without Chase she is nothing or believes she is nothing and that leads to other issues in her life. It’s a fantastic book – its worth the read and I am glad to have had the privilege to read it.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.