I’m walking on air after reading this wonderful 5-star review for Linda’s Midlife Crisis from amazing writer and Vine Voice reviewer, Jacqui Murray.
I’ve read a few of Toni Pike’s books–here’s my review of Desolation Bluff; you can read it later in May 2022 when it publishes–loved all of them. She has a way of pulling you into the life and dreams of her characters so you are cheering for their success. Her newest is Linda’s Midlife Crisis, which I grabbed. It’s about the drama and trauma of life in your middle years. You’ll see in my review, I had no complaints, no cautions, no disagreements, just lots of fun reading:
In Toni Pike’s Linda’s Midlife Crisis (2022), Linda Lockwood finds herself fifty years old in a job she hates–teaching in a dysfunctional High School–married to a man she no longer loves–doesn’t even like–living in a house she likes even less. She tolerates all of this by eating too much until one day, she snaps and decides to change her life. It…
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