The Butterfly Code

The Butterfly Code - Sue Wyshynski Aeris Thorne loves music and has all of her life. Aeris loves all aspects of music. Not only does she love to play musical instruments but she can sing and compose music as well. Aeris has a new job waiting for her in the fall; this is a dream job for Aeris one in which she has no intentions of missing. She has been offered the position of first violinist for the New York Philharmonic.

Aeris decides to spend the summer with her Dad before starting her new job. While visiting her Dad she meets Dr. Hunter Cayman a very hot and sexy guy. Hunter is a very mysterious dude with lots of secrets, a man that the whole town is afraid of. Everyone keeps trying to stir Aeris away from Hunter but her attraction for him is so strong and besides the more someone tries to deter her away from him the more she wants to know.

Hunter and a few more people live and work at the Phoenix Research Lab for Highly Contagious Diseases. The lab is just a little ways up the road from her Dad’s place.

When Aeris finds herself in danger and being chased by bad guys in black SUV’s the only place she can think of to go is to Hunter’s at PRL. Aeris ends up in a bad accident while being chased by these bad guys at right at the front gate of the lab.

When she wakes up she finds that her whole life has been changed and she is let in on a few of the secrets that Hunter and his crew are hiding from the outside world at PRL, secrets that Aeris may wish that she had never set out to know. These secrets will change her life in more ways than one.

The Butterfly Code will pull you in and keep you wanting more with lots of action around every corner. The Butterfly Code is one of the best stories I think I have read in a long time. It will haunt you for a long time to come and I do mean in a good way. Just when you think you have it all figured then you turn that next corner and bam it slams you right in the face and you are like I didn’t see that one coming. I can’t wait to read the next book The Infinity Gene to see where Aeris, Hunter and the rest of the crew are going to take us next on this awesome journey of theirs.

I would recommend The Butterfly Code to anyone who loves a good science fiction novel with a little mystery and romance on the side.