And Actually…

Book #3

International cover

International cover

When I first met Alex and Sarah they treated me like I was normal. A human being. They actually liked me – though it took a while to trust that. I’ve never told them about my life before I met them. I wanted a new one. A fresh start.

Now, they think I’m the strong one, the one with all the answers, the guru. No clue why.

When I get a part in a TV drama it’s all my dreams come true. It’ll also bring me face-to-face with someone from my past. But I’m a different person now. And I’m sure Rebecca is too. No matter what, there’s no way I’m going to let my past destroy my future.



Irish cover

Irish cover

‘Not only is And Actually… as addictive a read as the previous two books in the series, but it also has the same level of powerful drama and emotion, with some breathtaking scenes.’ –

‘The Butterfly Series has been some of the best reading I’ve done this year And Actually is an excellent way to end it. I do wish there were more.’ – LUNA’S LITTLE LIBRARY 4.5stars

‘I have absolutely adored The Butterfly Novels, and I’m sad that this is the last book in the series. I have grown so attached to these characters…’ – CHRISSI READS 4stars

‘Dammit, book, you did it again…I just couldn’t help but get sucked in. Your characters are just so NORMAL and unwhiney and funny, and I can’t help caring for them…’ – FOREVER YOUNG ADULT

‘Expect more of the same sharp dialogue, realistic romance and characters so believable that they stay with you long after you’ve finished reading.’ KISS MAGAZINE

‘…before I knew it I was being sucked into this Dublin version of the OC…’ FOREVER YOUNG ADULT
‘Deegan has done it again… There’s also the wonderful Dublin setting and sparkling, fast-paced dialogue, complete with humour. (When Rachel introduces us to her agent, she says: “think Edna Mode from The Incredibles but tone it down a bit; she’s Irish”.)’ CHICKLISH
 ‘(Deegan shows) considerable insight into the minefield of adolescent friendships and knows how to keep the pages turning.’ THE IRISH TIMES

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