Bewitching Breeze by K.M. Daughters

Bewitching Breeze by K.M. Daughters
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc.
Genre: Contemporary, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full length (265 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Orchid

Breeze Layton and her sisters are the newest generation of identical female triplets in her family who can shapeshift and sense the future. Despite her supernormal gifts, she had no premonition that Jackson Tremonti and his daughter, Gabriella, were her destiny when they checked into her family’s Inn Of The Three Butterflies.

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Will Bree risk losing Jack by revealing her fantastical abilities in order to save Gabriella?

Each generation of Bree’x family has triplet girls with unusual abilities, one of the three girls has the leading talent so when all are together they can do amazing things.

Bree and her sisters come home to their parents’ bed and breakfast for the holidays. A man and his daughter come to stay and while she befriends the father, her sister takes the child under her wing. Between them the three sisters help the child overcome the trauma of her mother’s death, but when friendship turns to love will Jackson accept Bree’s magical talents?

I found this book to be a really nice contemporary romance with a hint of magic. The magic slipped into the story quite naturally, no startling spells to take you out of the flow, only a natural progression to help the story along. The father and child were exactly what would be expected of a pair who had suffered a recent trauma. The father worrying about his daughter, the daughter falling in on herself.

Everything about this book came across as loving, caring and gave me a warm fuzzy feeling. Good book for an afternoon read in front of the fire.


  1. Wonderful read, great escape for the mind:)

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