Magical Midlife Madness by K.F. Breene – A Book Review

Posted September 4, 2020 by Booksandblurbs in PNR, Reviews, Urban Fantasy / 0 Comments

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Magical Midlife Madness

(Leveling Up – Book 1)

by K.F. Breene
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Paranormal, Women’s Fiction
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down & Dirty

Brilliantly written and inviting for ALL ages, this is a Paranormal you can sink your teeth into – and read again and again. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

“Happily Ever After” wasn’t supposed to come with a do-over option. But when my husband of twenty years packs up and heads for greener pastures and my son leaves for college, that’s exactly what my life becomes. Do-over.

This time, though, I plan to do things differently. Age is just a number, after all, and at forty I’m ready to carve my own path. Eager for a fresh start, I make a somewhat unorthodox decision and move to a tiny town in the Sierra foothills. I’ll be taking care of a centuries old house that called to me when I was a kid. It’s just temporary, I tell myself. It’ll just be for a while. That is, until I learn what the house really is, something I never could’ve imagined.

Thankfully forty isn’t too old to start an adventure, because that’s exactly what I do. A very dangerous adventure that will change my life forever. I have a chance to start again, and this time, I make the rules.

My Thoughts on Magical Midlife Madness


As a 40 year old woman myself, I have to admit there is something truly “magical” about being comfortable in your own skin, knowing who you are and finally, finally, being able to face down the world so you may STAY who you are.

Our lovable heroine, Jessie, is just such a woman – and while her ultimate journey is far more magical than the rest of ours, it echoes the highs and lows of many a middle aged woman.

I love her. I loved this. And I can’t wait to read book 2.


First and limited third person, Multiple POV

Ending Type



Adult level, but not in an XXX kind of way, just content and relatability.

Romantic Dynamic


Character Age Range


My Final Verdict on Magical Midlife Madness

Flat out fantastic, Magical Midlife Madness is a Paranormal / Urban Fantasy sure to entertain and inspire. Jessie knows who she is, even if she doesn’t always realize it – and she’s done with society telling her to be quiet and remain invisible. She’s wonderful. Austin is wonderful. The Ivy House is a doll infested creep fest, and equally wonderful. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

Magical Midlife Madness

Published February 16th, 2020
376 Pages

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Your Turn

What are you reading today? Have you read this series yet? What other K.F. Breene books have you loved? Leave a comment, I would love to talk!



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