Review: BUTTERFLY WALTZ by Jane Tesh

518K4jOYxfL._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_BUTTERFLY WALTZ by Jane Tesh

Fantasy Released June 2015 by Silver Leaf Books

Desmond Fairweather, a young musician whose creative efforts are hampered by fears he may possess destructive magical powers, is swept up in a world of mystery and intrigue as he helps his tabloid writer friend Jake Brenner, who is on the hunt for a big supernatural story. Skeptical of the validity of the stories Jake hunts, Des reluctantly accompanies his friend on his latest adventure with the promise that Jake can help him secure an audition with the city symphony, a break Des desperately needs. This latest story brings the two out to the country to investigate some talking flowers at the Snowden estate. While investigating the flowers of Christine Snowden, a startlingly beautiful young woman appears to Des who claims to be magical. She is Kalida, a mysterious creature who has escaped from the people of the Caverns and renounced their evil ways. However, her people have found her and are pressuring her to return to their world.

The way this is written I would call this a cozy fantasy with beautifully written scenes such as:

Her long black hair glittered as she ran her comb down its length. Faint sunlight picked its way delicately through the forest and bathed the small room in pearly light.

This is a great book to snuggle up with on a chilly winter’s day.

Jane Tesh is the author of a couple of cozy series: Grace Street Mysteries and Madeline Maclin Series.

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