The Divas Pen: Author of Sensual and Dark Romance writing as Sienna Mynx and T.A. Ford

What ever happened to ‘Black Butterfly’?

A question TA Ford plans to address. Black Butterfly was penned in 2005. A sexy tale of a New York real-estate mogul who falls for a struggling dancer (think Flashdance meets Sex and the City). After it’s success on the web it was pulled and reformatted to print. However TA Ford decided to release ‘Zoe’ then ‘Aaren’ ahead of the contemporary romance.


Many reasons served this decision but the final one, is simply it wasn’t Black Butterfly’s time. Well good news. TA Ford has dusted off the romantic tale that was loved by many to reshape into a novel for a print. It is the second, behind another historical romance, to be released before the Battaglia Mafia series goes into print. Be sure to check back frequently on it’s progress.

3 comments to “Black Butterfly?”

  1. brinagal
    October 17th, 2010 at 8:45 pm · Link

    YAY! Can’t wait to read Black Butterfly again! One of my all time fav reads!

  2. Happychick168
    October 17th, 2010 at 9:24 pm · Link

    Thank you!!!!! I have been wondering about Black Butterfly! I loved that story so much and I have been impatiently waiting for its release in print. I’m gonna snatch it up as soon as it comes out.

    I’ll probably have to buy extra copies for friends who loved that story as well!! Can’t wait!

  3. Jacqui
    October 19th, 2010 at 6:00 am · Link

    OMG! I am so glad that you are going to put this awesome story into print. I remember reading it initially and thinking the dynamics between the two main characters is palpable you can almost feel their attraction to each other. And, I also thought after reading a couple of your other stories how talented you are and should have your stories published. Now, isn’t it wonderful how it has all come to pass. Can’t wait for my copy and congratulations on your success.

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