Magical Midlife Dating by K.F. Breene Magical Midlife Dating by K. F. Breene
Series: Leveling Up #2
Published by the author on August 11, 2020
Source: Purchased
Genres: Paranormal
Pages: 468
Format: eBook
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four-half-stars

The decision has been made. Jessie has taken the magic, and all the weird that goes with it. Including wings.

There's only one problem - she can't figure out how to access them.

Through a series of terrible decisions, Jessie realizes she must ask for help. Gargoyle help.

But she could've never predicted who answers her call - he's an excellent flier, incredibly patient, and a good trainer. He's also incredibly handsome. And interested.

Maybe flying isn't the only thing she needs help with. Maybe she needs help getting back on that saddle, too, emerging into the dating pool.

Except, the new gargoyle is also an alpha, just like Austin, and the town isn't big enough for two.

Turns out, flying is the least of her problems.

I loved the first book in the series and picked up Magical Midlife Dating, #2, almost immediately following. Jessie has decided to stay in Ivy House and take up all the magic powers that includes. She’s decided to settle into her new life and apparently dating is part of that. Granted, it makes for some funny moments, but I’m really not sure that’s where her focus should be. And, really, we know who she should be dating.

Learning new powers is not as easy as it sounds, and although I love Ivy’s House’s guardians, they are not always the best at helping. Jessie accidentally ends up summoning others for help, but she has no idea who will show up until they get there. These new folks, and another who shows up later in the book, are a good mix, some I liked, at least one was rather sleazy.

Magical Midlife Dating had me smiling and laughing and rooting for Jessie.

About K. F. Breene

K.F. Breene is a Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Washington Post, and Amazon Charts bestselling author of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and fantasy novels. With over four million books sold, when she’s not penning stories about magic and what goes bump in the night, she’s sipping wine and planning shenanigans. She lives in Northern California with her husband, two children and out of work treadmill.

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