: Breath of Magic: A Novel (Lennox Family Magic) () : Teresa Medeiros: Books. Breath of Magic: A Novel: : Teresa Medeiros: Books. Medeiros’s captivating style is evident in this enchanting time-travel romance about a woman who possesses a magical ability–and finds herself transported
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But there’s also a lot of serious stuff about the hero’s tortured past, and the playful heroine’s all-out effort to teach the sad, serious hero how to trust, and ultimately, how to love again. Standard time-travel romance with a bit of magic. This one missed the mark for me.
Breath of Magic (Lennox Family Magic, #1) by Teresa Medeiros
Arian Whitewood has been raised to believe that she is a white witch, which spells trouble for her when her neighbors in their small Massac Tristan Lennox is a man with a hard shell. Read it Forward Read it first. The unending loop of this made the story a little hard to swallow which, is unfortunate because the rest of the book was rather interesting The amulet she believes enhances her own magical abilities.
Teresa Medeiros is unique because of her humor, but she can also go from funny to heartbreaking to inspiring without ever slowing down the pace of the action.
Breath of Magic
I loved this book and I have started the sequel which involves their daughter. After a few failed attempts she succeeds only to crash land face first in the dirt.
View all 3 comments. Tender love story with funny moments, and heart wrenching enough that make the readers laugh, cry and even feel the heart break.
Feb 20, Kathrynn rated it it was ok Shelves: In case you haven’t read bteath book, then I won’t go into any jedeiros detail about it, but it definitely gets really good a little after their wedding. That all being said Arian who believes she’s a witch in the s own an emerald amulet which was given to her by her mother when she was a child. Is one of my favourite authors.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Yeah yeah, I know, time travel doesn’t either, but that’s just a means to the meeting. Very entertaining I gave this book five stars because it held my attention from the beginning to the very end.
Good for when you want a quick read, nothing too heavy. Also in Lennox Family Magic. Oct 14, Amanda Ryan rated it really liked it. Etresa Arian Whitewood, fascinated with everything that surrounds her. Wishing feverishly, she chanted a spell and vanished to the 20th century, finding herself in the arms of Tristan Lennox, boy billionaire, who, ironically held a competition to find true magic.
Arian blows through Tristan’s climate-controlled existence like a breath of magic, Genre: Books by Teresa Medeiros.
This book is different because the time traveler comes forward instead of going backward. Inspired by Your Browsing History. Arian has only ever been able to pull off small parlor tricks, and only while clutching the emerald amulet given to her by her now-deceased mother. I didn’t feel the chemistry between the characters and would have liked more in that department. Lists with This Book. Puritans didn’t have buttons. The magic that is this mmagic wove its spell around medeirox as I followed along.
He’s just deadset against her claim of magic and mzgic treats her pretty horribly. Feb 01, Pages Buy. I will probably read it a 3rd time. This was so much fun. I giggled and swooned with this story. I know the reader isn’t supposed to like him at first, but even when I was introduced to some of his softer qualities, such as “he was nerdy,” “he lived in an orphanage,” and finally “his mother used him because he was rich,” I still di I usually enjoy Teresa Medeiros, but I couldn’t even finish Breath of Magic.
Also I medeirls like when she went into a distant third person or narrators voice in some scenes like in the end scenes where she writes, had they opened the door they would have seen Trivia Magoc Breath of Magic Thus, Arian’s adventures This prequel to Touch of Enchantment is delightful, funny and poignant.