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Midlife Mulligan Collection: Books 1-3

By: Eve Langlais
Narrated by: Nicole Poole
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Summary

If you thought adventure and magic stopped at forty, guess again, it's just the beginning.

Get ready for a journey of discovery as a forty-something heroine slams into a midlife crisis. After her husband leaves her, Naomi moves into her late grandmother's cottage and discovers a world of magic. Life becomes unpredictable—and exciting—especially with a supernatural mystery that only she can solve—if she survives.

Midlife Mulligan is a three book collection featuring previously published titles:

- Halfway There: Ever wish life had a do over button?

- On My Way: I think my midlife crisis is trying to kill me.

- Don't Stop Believing: The weirdest thing about my life isn't the fact my cat started talking to me.

Contains mature themes.

©2019, 2020, 2021 Eve Langlais (P)2022 Tantor

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  • 26-10-22

One of the most frustrating over 40 witch stories I’ve read

I spent books one and two yelling at the protagonist for being super stubborn yet super influenceable at the same time. The ending disappointed. I would have rather seen her throw a match behind her and walk away from everyone, pulling a Bernadine move from ‘waiting to exhale’. Too many plots came squishy endings, and I think my self empowerment may have taken a hit after spending 20+ hours with this protagonist.