Wednesday, August 26, 2020

The Butterfly Room by Lucinda Riley

Posy has lived in Admiral House for most of her a child and as a wife and mother.​

Turning 70 has her thinking about the work it takes to maintain her beloved home, and she needs to make a decision about what to do with it.​​

We go back and forth in Posey’s life from her childhood to her adult life.  

We also see that her two sons are totally opposite.  Sam is a fly by night and Nick is successful.​​

Her sons are at odds about their mother selling their childhood home and Posey is again in the middle. ​​

THE BUTTERFLY ROOM has old houses, family, love, and secrets. ​​

This book is an enjoyable, cozy read with characters that you will love as much as the book’s story line. ​​

If you need an uplifting read, you will want to put THE BUTTERFLY ROOM on your reading list.  5/5​​

This book was given to me by the publisher, BookMovement, and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.



  1. Hi Elizabeth, this one is high on my TBR list. I love the Seven Sister series and got quite fond of Lucinda Riley.

    Take care!

    Elza Reads

    1. This was very good.

      ENJOY when you read it, Elza.

      Thanks for your comment.

  2. Sounds really good, although i am not so sure about the forwards/backwards changes in timeline.

    1. It was done very well.

      I think you would really enjoy it.

      Thanks for your comment, Kathryn.

  3. You have convinced me! The characters and the themes in this book sound like just what I need right now.

    1. I enjoyed it a lot.

      Enjoy when you read it.

      Thanks for your comment, Laurel.

  4. I need to read more Lucinda Riley. This one sounds lovely!

    1. Her books are always very good.

      ENJOY when you read one.

      Thanks for your comment, Laura.