Imago – Imago #1

August 5, 2017

Imago is part 1 in the new Imago series by one of my all time favourite authors N.R. Walker. As usual this one is set in Australia and it is a love story so sweet it will make your heart melt and leave with you with a smile for days. Once I started reading it, I just couldn’t stop until the end.

Lawson Gale is an expert in the field of butterflies or a lepidopterist. He is a bit nerdy and introvert, but he always means well. At the request of an old professor he finds himself in a small town in Tasmania, looking for a species of butterfly that may or may not exist at all. If he finds it, it could be a career changing event. But what he never dreamed of finding was love.

Jack Brighton works as a local Parks & Wildlife officer, living in the very small town of Scottsdale. He loves working out doors, and with his dog Rosemary living with him he has all he will ever need. Until he runs into a nerdy science guy called Lawson. There is so much more to this guy than butterflies and he desperately wants to find out what that is.

Lawson needs to learn that there is a species of butterflies not described in his books. It is the kind that lives in your stomach when you meet the one. So when the two of them join forces and decide to go looking for the illustrious butterfly, will they find it or not? And with it, will they find true love or not?

I am sure I have said it many times before, but I just love everything N.R. Walker writes. I am a great fan of Australia, one of the most beautiful countries in the world. And somehow she manages to describe it perfectly and tell the greatest romance stories ever, all with a background in this great country. I urge you all to go out and buy this book, you will not be disappointed.

This book is for sale at Amazon. And you can find N.R. Walkers personal site right here. And one tip from me, you should join her newsletter. Send out once a week, it will keep you up to date on all the things she does and writes. Check out her site for more info.

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Imago

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