Review: The Summer of Annah: A Midsummer’s Wish by Tinthia Clemant

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“The true love I desire shall come to me, this I ask, so mote it be.”

When Annah-Belle Henderson cast a spell for love she never envisioned her wish would be granted in the young nephew of her best friend. With a face that rivals the Norse god Thor, and a body to match, the charismatic Eric Ashworth draws Annah into a dizzying current of emotions. Should she accept the chance for love with a man twenty years younger or should she reject her feelings?

As a past darkness threatens to destroy all that she longs for, Annah makes a decision that begins a journey fraught with judgement, betrayal, disloyalty, and perhaps death.

If she can hold on she just might find true love in Eric’s arms. But first she must survive.

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Review

5star

This is a great book. It’s the first time I have read a story
about an older woman and a younger man. I was captivated all the way through. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for a wonderful read.
Annah is a 55 year old woman who is an earth witch. She has a son named Sam, and a dog named Lexy. Along with her fellow characters, their funny, sarcastic, and often dramatic moods really bring a wonderful range of emotions to every scene. The humour between friends flowed really well.
Just when you think things are going great, a whole lot of new drama arises.
Eric Ashworth aka Thor comes to stay with his uncle. Upon meeting Annah he finds himself drawn to her as she is to him. Annah may think it’s wrong but Eric doesn’t have a problem.
With guidance from those around her, it doesn’t take long before Annah and Eric find what they are looking for.
Will they be in it for the long haul or will they be ripped apart?

Reviewed by Rebecca

LLEP Review Team

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