: 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
Tristan Lennox and Reverend Lennet from Apr 04, Erin rated it really liked it Shelves: Anytime he got upset or doubted her, he was downright mean. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
No more so then Tristan. Maggic are no discussion topics on this book yet.
This is the first book in a two book series. About Breath of Magic From the nationally bestselling author of Fairest of Them All comes this bewitching time-travel romance that shimmers with love and laughter.
Tristan is a dolt and a bit of an a. Several unrealistic moments like when Arian played with the bathroom plumbing in the high rise building that Tristin mederios and worked in thus causing all the water pressure in the building to decrease.
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Breah writing was too lackluster to make the relationship work. Beyond just being a love story, this is the kind of love story that draws you in. Can we talk about how pretty the art for this book is? Trivia About Breath of Magic Nice change of pace from the “oh woe is me, how do I get home? Jan 05, Pages Buy.
Looking for More Great Reads? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. At first, I thought it was a relative and had to double check the names. Tristan Lennox is a man with a hard shell. The hero, Tristan was a bit of an ass but you can understand why he can’t trust people he’s a billionaire who has gotten fucked over a lot.
I was really excited to start reading it because the plot sounded intriguing and different.
My only problem is that the author made Meseiros act like a total dick way too often. See all books by Teresa Medeiros. Well-written with a ton of humorous moments and scenes that just make you sigh. Nov 29, Alexandra rated it it was amazing. From the moment I first picked it up, I’d pick it up again and again, reading the entire story over as though I hadn’t read it countless times before.
A few laugh out loud moments, but for the most part, boring, mundane stuff.
Breath of Magic (Lennox Family Magic, book 1) by Teresa Medeiros
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. Color me jaded, but this doesn’t happen in the real world.
This book has it all, from great love story, with a little magic thrown in and of course we have a tad bit of time travel. Please try again later. Arian Whitewood is a white witch who travels forward in time accidentally, it seems to 20th Century New York City, where she winds up in the middle of a contest that Tristan Lennox is hosting – where he’s offered to pay the first person Teresa Medeiros always seems to know what type of romance novels I like to read.
If the humor and love weren’t enough to keep you turning the pages the book includes a subplot filled with time travel, betrayals and intrigue. Nov 29, Shani rated it liked it Shelves: Hadn’t her rosebud lips parted as if to welcome a kiss from a prince who might never come? Convinced that she’s a fraud, Tristan takes her under his wing as she has nowhere else to go – but also to prove that she’s faking everything and from there, chaos sort of ensues.
An enchantress from seventeenth-century Massachusetts collides with a future beyond her imagining. Teresa’s work is phenomenal. She shut the water off to his fountain by running the show, the faucets and repeatedly flushing the toilet when she discovers indoor plumbing.
It makes for some pretty hilarious conversations. I could go on and on, but suffice it to say, this book wasn’t for me. And I’m a fan of the author. To ask other readers questions about Breath of Magicplease sign up.
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’s exuberance and confusion over the everyday, modern marvels of this century in New York City remind us all – even a truly cynical billionaire – to take a moment to enjoy what is around us for what it is.