Of Dreams and Ceremonies by Julie Bozza

20410074Title: Of Dreams and Ceremonies

Series: Butterfly Hunter, #2

Author: Julie Bozza

Genre: Contemporary

Length: Novella (132 pages)

ISBN: 1908312920

Publisher: Manifold Press (January 1st, 2014 first published Nov 1 2013)

Heat Level: Low to moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥ 3 Hearts

Reviewer: Cat

Blurb: It seemed like a great idea at the time… Aussie Dave Taylor has followed Nicholas Goring to England, and the lovers have become engaged. But now Dave has to cope with living in a mansion full of family and servants, making wedding plans, getting his head around visa applications, and wondering why on earth he’d ever want to wear a ‘mourning suit’. He’s not sure if it will prove any easier, but right now Dave would love to just skip ahead to the honeymoon…

Purchase Link: http://www.manifoldpress.co.uk/2013/10/of-dreams-and-ceremonies/

Review: This is book two of the Butterfly Hunter Series. I think you should read them in order. I haven’t read the first and wish I had. I would have liked to known how Dave and Nicholas met and I think it would have answered a few questions I had. However, I don’t think it hurt my view of the book.

I think the story is very good. I loved both Nicholas and Dave. The story was one of the most beautiful love stories I have read in a while. I love the descriptions of the places they visit, I felt as if I were there.

There is a touch of mystery mixed in that added a bit of excitement to the story. I found the end a bit abrupt, but I am hoping for another book. I would have liked something at the end to let me know there is more in this series coming.

If you like sweet, sensual, emotional romances, sexy Australians, hot English dignitaries, butterflies, beautiful scenery, and a little very sensual, loving mansex, same-sex weddings and happy for now endings, this is for you.