Midlife Fairy Hunter by Shannon Mayer

Over the hill, all outta ducks to give, and suddenly life is looking up . . . even if you’re living with a ghost and fighting off werewolves.

Moving back to Savannah changed my life in all the best ways. New job. New friends. As far from my ex-husband as possible.

I didn’t count on the Shadow World intensifying its hold on my life.

Color me surprised, when a new job lands in my lap watching over a fairy ring. Worth ten times what I’d make anywhere else, it seems too good to be true. I take it anyway.

And that’s when things get weird.

Spells are cast on my friends that seem to make them lose their marbles.

I’ve got a Bigfoot baking in my kitchen.

And a skeleton is quickly becoming my go-to guy. Which is silly because the eye candy strutting around in front of me is drool-worthy. (I’m looking at you, Crash. Really looking 0_0)

Nothing in Savannah is what it seems, and the magic and undercurrents of this city are pulling me onto a dangerous path.

But with a Fae Queen begging my help, and the darkness closing in, I can only do one thing.

Pop a couple of Advil, and kick some serious ducking butt.

Titles in the Forty Proof series include – Midlife Bounty HunterMidlife Fairy Hunter – Midlife Demon Hunter (July 14, 2020)

Title:  Midlife Fairy Hunter
Series:  Forty Proof #2
Author:  Shannon Mayer
Genre:  Paranormal Women’s Fiction
Published:  April 23, 2020
Publisher:  Hijinks Ink Publishing
My Rating:  4.5 stars

Before anything else, let me say that I am LOVIN’ (yes, I meant to shout) the newish genre of Paranormal Women’s Fiction and will be forever grateful for the original Fab 13 authors who all published their beginning books in these multiple, amazing series on the same day to get us all started.  (now the publication dates vary but it was great to see them all drop at once)  If you love Paranormal anything, then you should check these ladies out, seriously.

Life isn’t really slowing down any for Bree since days after her last… encounter somewhat concluded she’s soon pushed right back into the craziness of the Shadow World, Savannah (although a Savannah that most tourists will never see), dealing with the Hollows Group and still trying to get her Grandmother’s home back where it belongs – with her as owner.  No, not slowing down but perhaps changing directions a bit as we delve deeper into the world of Forty Proof and even more danger heads straight for Bree and her friends.

I don’t give away more information than can be found in the Cover Description (that’s just my way) – but Midlife Fairy Hunter is a fantastic journey back into a world that I’m quickly becoming addicted to.  Established relationships change, new ones form, and yet more dangerous entities emerge from the Shadow World to make certain that Bree actually gives no ducks whatsoever about how she solves this one.  With twists, turns, a few surprises, and an ever-expanding crew of her own, Bree sets out to not only solve one mystery but to continue her journey on learning more about her own destiny, her abilities, and secrets she never expected to uncover.

I most definitely belly-laughed, I might have snort-laughed, too as Midlife Fair Hunter tossed the unexpected at me constantly, and I loved it.  It’s going to be torture to wait until July of 2020 for Midlife Demon Hunter, but I’ve no doubt that it will be well worth the wait.  I had a blast back in this world once again with a story that kept me turning pages, characters that I loved, liked and loathed depending on their actions, and a story that is fast-paced, detailed, and engaging throughout.  If you love anything in the Paranormal world (no matter your age) then you should be picking up the latest story in the Forty Proof series.  I’d recommend reading in order since they build on the previous ones but.. that’s me.

I read this title through my Kindle Unlimited subscription (But I’m not sure how long it will be there)

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