Tuesday, November 21, 2017

"The Butterfly Code" by Sue Wyshynski!

Hiya peeps! So, I'm participating in a review tour for The Butterfly Code tomorrow, but I hadn't read the first book yet. I have to read that one anyway, so figured, why not review it too? Not a requested review, but a lot of fun, an necessary for the book I signed up to review.

So, check that out below, then get ready for the review and giveaway for the sequel tomorrow!

The Butterfly CodeGirl On Fire, #1

 The Butterfly Code
~Released: October 15th 2015

~Publisher: Whitman Books

~Length: 346 Pages

~Genres: Sci-Fi, Paranormal, Young Adult

My name is Aeris Thorne. I am a genetically modified human. 


All it took was a chance meeting--one tingling glance across a darkened street to change my life.

I'd been searching for my two best friends in the crowded Zenith Club, which was a really bad idea because I'm totally claustrophobic. 

I burst outside, and that's when I came face-to-face with the incredibly gorgeous Hunter Cayman. Dark-haired, tall, and leaning against an insane sports car, my pulse went haywire. Maybe things weren't so bad after all. The young doctor had his long muscular arms crossed over his leather jacket clad chest, and all his six-foot something would make any girl's knees turn weak. But then, if what Ella said was true, Hunter was the kind of guy who left behind a trail of broken hearts. And heartache was the last thing I needed right now.

Yet there's something strange, something almost superhuman about Hunter. It's more than that infuriatingly knowing grin. I'm trying to stop thinking about him, and I get the feeling he's avoiding me, too. Yet Deep Cove is a tiny town and every time we run into each other the tension literally crackles, sparking around us. It just figures that when suddenly I'm in danger, he's there to save me.

In truth, I should be dead. By all the logic in this world, I should be shattered to pieces. How fast was I going on that ATV when I smashed into those iron gates? Ninety? A hundred? And the men who were chasing me, where did they go?

Somehow I'm whole.

Maybe better than whole. 

There's no one I can talk to, not even my best friend, Gage. Gage hates Hunter. He wants Hunter's laboratory to be shut down. He thinks Hunter's a monster. And yet, if that's true, if Hunter's a monster...than what am I? I'm not sure what terrifies me more, the metamorphosis taking place inside me, or the intensely powerful connection with a guy whose heart and soul has become linked with mine.

Get lost in THE BUTTERFLY CODE, the captivating first book in this YA sci-fi romance series. 

"Warning!!! Seriously this book will take over your life once you start reading so plan ahead if possible, it is that engrossing."
-Tonyalove, Amazon Reviewer ★★★★★

"Easily one of my favorite reads this year! I was completely and utterly consumed!"
-Stacy, Amazon Reviewer ★★★★★

"I'll definitely be looking for more books by this author!"
-MD, Amazon Reviewer ★★★★★

 About the Author

 Sue Wyshynski
Sue Wyshynski is a small town Canadian girl who moved to the United States to pursue the American dream. Sue grew up in the same place as musician Justin Bieber. Her last name is pronounced wish-in-ski.

Sue’s style has been described as immersive, emotional, and action-packed.

According to Sue, “Writers must do more than write; they must try to speak to the hearts of the world.”

The Butterfly Code, coming this fall, is Sue’s first New Adult romantic suspense.

Connect with Sue Online ~

Completely captivating - I nearly went cross-eyed a couple times.

I adore a book that can grab me so tightly with the first book, it nearly makes me dizzy. The first chapters make my head spin, and I'm completely lost to the story within the pages. The Infinity Gene is definitely one of those books, and has shot to the top section of my favorite reads for this year.

Packed with action, danger, and just enough heat to melt it all together, this story is perfect. Aeris is a unique creature, and her sense of humor was entertaining. With a personality anyone can relate to and appreciate, she is a great heroine to follow, showing strength and determination in situations that had me biting my nails and gripping the blanket I kept hiding under as I read.

The other characters in the book - Hunter and Gage especially - added great spices to the story. The two of them shared a mutual dislike for one another that added tension and depth. Mixed in with the overall story of sci-fi labs and superhuman adventure, gave a well-balanced break to the softer, more personal issues Aeris went through.

Well written and set at a brisk pace, this book was over almost too quickly. Luckily there is a sequel to enjoy, and a final installment after that. This is a series I definitely want to finish, and would recommend to anyone who enjoys this genre.

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