At 18 years old Cassidy had dreams to be a rock star and the potential to reach them; but then he was suddenly brought back to ordinary life when he found himself to be the guardian of his two teenagers brother and sister. Cassidy did the right thing, leaving his band, the Four Butterflies that now are The Missing Butterfly, in “memory” of Cassidy.
Cassidy covered his tattoos and removed his piercing and he became a perfect office clerk. Now 8 years later he is working for Malcolm, a millionaire young man with a from rags to riches story of his own: foster kid with only his beauty to prospect him a better future, Malcolm found himself the heir of an huge amount of money when an estranged uncle passed away. Now he is working more to fill the hours than for a real interest in what he is doing.
There is really a cinderfella plot in the story, when Cassidy uncovers his tattoos and goes out for a Friday night (like Cinderella with her gown for the ball) and meets a very drunk Malcolm who doesn’t recognize him. The Monday after Cassidy is back to his conservative attire and Malcolm doesn’t remember anything of the night if not that he made out with an handsome guy covered in tattoos.
This and other events in the plot depicts Malcolm as the perfect Prince Charming, or maybe a Knight in Shining Armor, substituting the sword with enough money to slain all bad people and make room for his own tattooed prince. You don’t have to search a deep meaning to this romance, if not being entertaining and sweet, and yes, a bit unrealistic, it’s like reading one of those gossip magazines and dreaming to be the one in the glossed pictures.
Amazon: The Missing Butterfly
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Paperback: 172 pages
Publisher: Less Than Three Press (January 1, 2010)
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