Join us for our next installment of the Third House Books Author Series featuring Marian L. Thomas presenting her latest novel, The caged Butterfly.
On December 29, 1930, Mildred "Millie" Mayfield gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Addie.
Millie teaches her daughter three things that she feels matters most in life: inner beauty, reading books and giving your “special something’ only to the man you marry.
Addie lives up to the first two.
On one autumn night in 1949, Addie falls for the irresistible red curls and vibrant green eyes of a young man from the other side of the railroad tracks. Neither knowing that the consequences of their love would have lasting effects.
Known as one of the greatest white jazz pianists in New York, Timmy Taylor never had a reason to question his identity – until truth and betrayal strike. Will Timmy be able to push past the pain?
Beautiful and talented, Nina Taylor inherited her father's gift, but not his looks. Certain that's how he made it big, she begins to bleach her skin. Will Nina learn to love the skin she’s in before it’s too late?
Spanning from 1920 to 1996, this captivating tale of secrets, betrayal, and forgiveness will pull at the strings of your heart, and keep you turning pages while you pray for a happy ending.
MARIAN L. THOMAS, an award-Winning Author and Speaker, has penned six engaging novels to date. Her books have been seen on national television stations such as the Oprah Winfrey Network, Ovation, and the A&E Network. She has been featured in print magazines, newspapers and a guest on local, national and online radio stations.
For her book, I Believe In Butterflies, Marian ranked among the top 100 Most Popular Authors in Literary Fiction on Amazon. She spent most of her teen years in Oak Park, Illinois, but now resides in a suburb of Atlanta with her husband. She enjoys a good bag of popcorn, a plate full of pasta, and a grape pop.
Learn more about the author: http://www.marianlthomas.com
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