In the beginning "Voodoo Butterfly" was slow and hard to follow. But as it got going I then was able to get into the story and found some lovely characters. Our main characters is Sophie Nouveau and she deals with the dead. We find out that she's a woman who has lost her mom and she hasn't felt that connection most of us have when it comes to love. She finds out she's got gifts and has to learn how to wield them. Along the way she finds true love. It's a whole new life for her. Overall, I found this book has interesting moments and that it's worth a read.
When twenty-five-year old Sophie Nouveau inherits her grandmother's voodoo shop she knows nothing about voodoo. Or her family's history of Mind Changers, who have the power to change evil people to good. To complicate matters, someone doesn't want Sophie in New Orleans and sends a series of death threats to scare her away from her new enchanted life.
Tipped off by her grandmother's ghost, Sophie realizes her mind-changing spell's been missing one magic ingredient: true love. If Sophie cannot experience transformative love, she cannot make her spell work, and she will be powerless to fight back when confronted by the one who wants her dead.