At forty-two I’ve had my share of ups and downs. Relatively normal, except when the definition of normal changes… drastically.
NYT Bestselling Romance Author: Check
Amazing besties: Check
Lovely home: Check
Pet cat named Thick Stella who wants to kill me: Check
Wacky Tabacky Dealing Aunt: Check
Cheating husband banging the weather girl on our kitchen table: Check
Nasty Divorce: Oh yes
Characters from my novels coming to life: Umm… yes
Four months of wallowing in embarrassed depression should be enough. I’m beginning to realize that no one is who they seem to be, and my life story might be spinning out of my control. It’s time to take a shower, put on a bra, and wear something other than sweatpants. Difficult, but doable.
With my friends—real and imaginary—by my side, I need to edit my life before the elusive darkness comes for all of us.
The plot is no longer fiction. It’s my reality, and I’m writing a happy ever after no matter what. I just have to find the write hook.
Titles in My So-Called Mystical Midlife series include – The Write Hook – You May Be Write –
Title: The Write Hook
Series: My So-Called Mystical Midlife #1
Author: Robyn Peterman
Genre: Paranormal Women’s Fiction
Publication Date: March 22, 2021
My Rating: 4.5 stars
I don’t remember laughing so much with any book recently as I did with The Write Hook. And once again this author has drawn me into a new world and is now holding my present and my future self captive with the My So-Called Mystical Midlife series. I had so much fun with Clementine and her crew (and her enemies) that waiting for the next release in this series is going to be torture… and that ending. OMG. I just… want August to be here already!
Clementine certainly wasn’t expecting the surprise she received when returning home one day – finding her husband and the local weather lady (loosely used term) in a very compromising position on her kitchen table. To say she was stunned and acted accordingly would be an understatement. Now minus one cheating husband, way behind on a book commitment, and even longer behind seeing the inside of a shower stall, Clementine is slowly surfacing from months of angry humiliation hiding. She’s just not exactly sure she’s sane at the moment due to a stranger in her house speaking very bad Regency dialogue and stealing her breakfast cereal. No. Not insanity but her powers making a very impressive first contact. Life is about to get complicated, unexplainable, and maybe more than a little confusing.
And that’s as far as I’m willing to go with details because you really need to experience The Write Hook firsthand, and I don’t want to take a chance of spoiling one moment of laughter, snort-giggling, or heads nodding in agreement as you dive into this funny, sarcastic, snarky adventure. I had such a blast here and even now I’m still shaking my head and smiling at thoughts of certain scenes in this story. I had fun, and if you love laughter and snark, and maybe girl-powered women in PWF then you’ve found your next series to get started on.
I read this title through my Kindle Unlimited subscription.
Available for the Kindle.