Flutter Review


Sara's life is forever changed -
Waking up, buried & hidden deeply in the last place anyone would want to be, will do that. She is determined to find out how she ended up there & why, but when the only person who can help her, continuously lies to her, she finds herself forced to suffer alone. She can't ignore the strange things that begin to happen to her nor can she hide from the nightmares that haunt her sleep. And when her world collides with Adan - the mysterious boy whom she can't seem to stay away from, literally - she is consumed by the familiar flutter that sparks whenever he is around and she is desperate to discover the reason why.
But the biggest discovery will come from the secret of what she is…


Adan’s mission to find Sara has finally approached -
It seemed simple: bring her back to the enchanted world that lives, breathes and survives because of her, but he quickly finds himself faced with an entirely new challenge. Immediately, Adan realizes that staying unknown to Sara is a task he will fail before even attempting. The pull to her is far too strong to refuse, and being with her will defy the very reason he existed. He was the key to her survival and loving her was not part of the plan that he had been born to follow. Can he find it in himself too resist the urge to be with her and follow through with their destiny or will he destroy everything that had been left to Sara to protect and defend -
And the kingdom she is unaware she rules…


As Sara and Adan struggle to overcome their own separate battles -
There is a far more determined evil that is stalking the shadows and waiting to annihilate them both.
Sara will figure out that not everything is what it seems and knowing what she can and can not trust will be the key to finding out the truth to what happened to her, the reason why she had been buried alive and who she really is…

Sara and Adan will discover the hidden meaning to why she was the reason he existed and why he would be the reason she survived & together they will fight to change the rules and rewrite their fate.

Discover the Meaning,
Discover the Secret,
October 30, 2012

Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Melissa Andrea

    *******PLEASE NOTE******** This version of Flutter is NO LONGER available! Flutter has been changed and somewhat re-written along with being completely edited. Thank you!...

  • Shelly Crane

    SO good!Two words. Adan Delacruz. That's all you need to know. He was my main enjoyment in the book. He was cocky, but it was in a way that was endearing and sexy, not irritating. You could tell he ca...

  • Ariana

    seen this cover today.. looks pretty great:[image error]...

  • Ahana .M. Rao

    Discover the Meaning, Discover the Secret,Discover FlutterWhat can I say?NOT what I expected. Not in the LEAST what I expected.Not that I know what I expected but it sure as hell wasn't this.Flutter w...

  • Naomi

    Strong start to a fun, innovative, new seriesHere we go!! I've been looking forward to this series for over a year ever since I read a brief blurb in the back of one of Shelly Crane's fantastic books....

  • Rebecca

    Wow... I haven't read a decent book about shapeshifters in a long time. I had no idea which branch of paranormal lore Flutter would encompass when I began reading it, but I have to say that I was plea...

  • James Devers

    It has taken me awhile to find the perfect way to word this review. Let me start by saying that Adan is NOT the star of this book. That honor belongs to the beautiful Sara. Her beauty runs way deeper ...

  • Lori

    The book opens with a young Sara, the Princess of her land, being taken from her parents as they prepare to be murdered. Instantly, the reader is set up to know that there is a bigger picture here. We...

  • Mandy (I Read Indie) Anderson

    I was introduced to Flutter about a year or so ago when I read the first chapter or 2 for Andrea while she was writing it. Fast-forward to present day time and the whole book is done and available for...

  • A.E. Field

    The sad thing about this book is that it had so much potential. I loved the first couple of chapters (ultimately being the reason I went ahead and purchase the book) but after that, things just got co...