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An Animated Midlife: A Paranormal Women's Fiction Novel (Witching After Forty) Paperback – September 29, 2021
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New powers bring more responsibilities and things to add to list of magic she needs to learn. Especially when Ava finds out her mother isn't in a happy place.
What else can she do but try to rescue her mother from the in-between place she's been suffering all these years?
That doesn't mean it'll be easy. She's going to need the help of all of her team, from her ghoul Alfred to her mischievous cat, Mr. Snoozerton—and his new girlfriend. And Olivia, her best friend, of course. She might even have to call her son home from college for this level of magic.
But Ava's life wouldn't be Ava's life if things didn't go a bit awry. Luci tries to help, but just infuriates all of them, as usual. Larry (the skeleton) is still hanging around, and he's lost a finger bone, have you seen it?
It might be a lot of hullabaloo, but Ava is determined to figure it out and bring her mother home. And Drew, the town sheriff and Ava’s boyfriend is at her side every step of the way and almost every waking hour and sometimes sleeping hour. Could the sheriff be plotting something of his own and try to tame the necromancer/witch hybrid?
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- ASIN : B09HG4VF6Z
- Publisher : Independently published (September 29, 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 202 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8486734526
- Item Weight : 7.2 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.46 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,016,560 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Diving back into the in-between is the last thing Ava wants to do but her mother is trapped there and so is a woman who was wrongly imprisoned there. Opening the portal is going to take much more energy than even Ava and her coven can produce. Oliva is , as always, at Ava's side for yet another epic adventure in mystery & magic. Luci is also eagerly at the groups side because the black blob in the in-between is his lost love and mother to his child. Everything usually turns out alright but never goes as planned. That seems to be the general flow of the Winston house crew.
We travel back into Ava’s world, where she has just found out some things about her aunt and mother that are disturbing.
Getting her mother out of the Inbetween is her first goal, and dealing with the blob that came after her is the second…
It might be a short book, but there is a LOT going on. Secrets are revealed, huge ones; which lead to some interesting events and that cliffhanger.
It’s all good though, as it makes for an interesting and exciting read, filled with magic and mischief!
Ava, Drew, and the gang are busy trying to help Luci find the love of his life. There are a lot of new elements that I have not read before and I absolutely love how Winston is a character in his own right. It’s very reminiscent of a couple of other PWF authors and a lot of fun.
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The reason for deducted a star is that this is the first time that I've had a book where there were a lot of spelling mistakes or words that did '??name??' or joined together. Also it seemed to be a short story and finished fast.
I still can't wait for next one and have pre-ordered it.
The ending of this one was absolute nonsense and a massive disappointment. Very rushed?