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Review of Magical Midlife Madness

This is a fun story of a woman, newly divorced, who takes a caretaker job at a house that is so much more than a house.  And that house is surrounded by people that aren’t really what they seem.  It quickly becomes apparent that that Jessie is destined to be more than just a caretaker. 

Jessie’s neighbors and magical cohorts provide humor and fun.  A romance fraught with complications begins in this book, sure to be continued in the series.

One of my favorite parts of the story is where Jessie puts her foot down about regaining her youthful looks.  She has worked hard for every little crease and gray hair and she is not about to lose that.  She is a testament to maturity and gracious aging. 

Magical Midlife Madness is a bit thin on plot, as it takes most of the book to set the scene for a lot of potential adventures.  This series has all sorts of possibilities!

I read this book for free via Amazon’s Prime reading program.   My review is my honest opinion.


About Magical Midlife Madness by K.F. Breene

“Happily Ever After” wasn’t supposed to come with a do-over option. But when my husband of twenty years packs up and heads for greener pastures and my son leaves for college, that’s exactly what my life becomes.


This time, though, I plan to do things differently. Age is just a number, after all, and at forty I’m ready to carve my own path.

Eager for a fresh start, I make a somewhat unorthodox decision and move to a tiny town in the Sierra foothills. I’ll be taking care of a centuries old house that called to me when I was a kid. It’s just temporary, I tell myself. It’ll just be for a while.

That is, until I learn what the house really is, something I never could’ve imagined.

Thankfully forty isn’t too old to start an adventure, because that’s exactly what I do. A very dangerous adventure that will change my life forever. I have a chance to start again, and this time, I make the rules.


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