A Paranormal Women’s Fiction with a bit of class, and a lot of sass, for anyone who feels like age is just a number!
Whoever said life begins at forty must have been heavily medicated, drunk, or delusional.
Thirty-nine was a fantastic year. I was married to the man I loved. I had a body that worked without creaking. My grandma, who raised me, was still healthy, and life was pretty damned good.
But as they say, all good things come to an end. I’d honestly love to know who ’they’ are and rip them a new one.
One year later, I’m a widow. My joints are starting to ache. Gram is in the nursing home, and dead people think my home is some kind of supernatural bed and breakfast. Gluing body parts onto semi-transparent people has become a side job—deceased people I’m not even sure are actually there. I think they need my help, but since I don’t speak dead, we’re having a few issues.
To add to the heap of trouble, there’s a new dangerously smokin’ hot lawyer at the firm who won’t stop giving me the eye. My BFF is thrilled with her new frozen face, thanks to her plastic surgeon, her alimony check, and the miracle of Botox. And then there’s the little conundrum that I’m becoming way too attached to my ghostly squatters… Like Cher, I’d like to turn back time. Now.
No can do.
Whatever. I have wine, good friends, and an industrial sized box of superglue. What could possibly go wrong?
All in all, it’s shaping up to be a wonderful midlife crisis…
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**Review of It’s a Wonderful Midlife Crisis**
What would you do if you woke up 40 and seeing dead people? It’s a Wonderful Midlife Crisis is a Paranormal Women’s Fiction book with the emphasis on paranormal but still has plenty of heat! Quirky and unique, this book was tons of fun. Daisy sees dead people. She’s completely losing her mind, right? It would be a lot nicer if she could understand them, and if they’d stop having body parts fall off. But, hey, who knew that superglue worked on ghosts?
There are so many zany parts of It’s a Wonderful Midlife Crisis that I’m not really sure where to start. Daisy is sent to work from home as her boss, Clarissa, has a thing for the hot new lawyer and want to get the competition out of the way for awhile. The new hot lawyer has a thing for Daisy and is very persistant. In the meantime, Daisy is trying to make sense of the new ghostly connection she has with all the “squatters” in her house. The ghosts are more like zombies in various stages of decomposition which is odd, but they need Daisy’s help and she’s determined to find a way to help them move on. (They also really like reality tv.) It all sounds so bizarre, and it is! Somehow Robyn Peterson makes all these crazy details work.
While this one ended on a cliffhanger, it was a fun ride. Extremely weird, but fun. The characters were a blast, especially her botoxed BFF, and well, the Grim Reaper is hot, hot, hot!
It’s a Wonderful Midlife Crisis gets 4 out of 5 propellers from me! Such a weird, FUN story!
About the Author
Robyn writes because the people inside her head won’t leave her alone until she gives them life on paper. Her addictions include shoes (the expensive kind), Coke with extra ice in a styrofoam cup, and bejeweled reading glasses.
A former professional actress, she now lives in the south with her family and too many animals to count. Writing gives her a chance to have a job where working in her P.J.’s is acceptable. You can follow Robyn at http://www.robynpeterman.com and at Facebook