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Midlife Crisis

Another Romance for the over 40
Length: 10 hrs and 9 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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Another romance for the over 40.  

Midge Everette: I'm 41 today. It's my birthday, and I'm crying over burnt toast. That's not some euphemism. Literally, I'm sobbing over crusty bread, so I call a crisis center. I just need someone to talk to about life. Only I recognize the smoky voice of the man on the line. Sweet cheese, don't let it be...

Hank Paige: As a former rock star, I once had it all. Fame. Fortune. Females. Except for the one thing I wanted most. Then I lost everything. I fix cars now and restore other people's dreams. I just want to be somebody's someone. And there's a certain woman with captivating eyes who might be the more I'm looking for. For the love of all things, please let it be her....

In the midst of questioning everything, could love be the resolution to a midlife crisis?  

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Laura Dunbar (P)2019 Tantor

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Midlife Crisis

I couldn't even get past first couple of chapters. I was excited to have a romance with and older more mature couple. Nope, mature they were not. I swear I thought I was listening to story with teenagers. Did not like it at all.

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I loved it, I loved it!! For mature audiences..lol

This is one big enjoyable listen.
The narration was fantastic. Aaron was great and Teri was great as Midge. Her male voice wasn't so hot at times but who cares, this was a great story.
Hank was adorable and he had past relationship stuff he and Midge had to work thru and they did. It was interesting listening to them work thru the drama of it all.
There's family stuff, funny preteen and teenage boy stuff; there's divorce and just about everything you might experience in a mature romantic relationship.
Hank was hot and there's plenty of romance too. And Midge, well let's just say she was smitten and all sexy over Hank.
In fact, there's more romance in this book for the 40plus audience than some of the others. Quite surprisingly yes indeed. Definitely a good one!!

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  • Kellee
  • Charlotte, NC
  • 02-08-19

Finally an ADULT story!!

This was a great realistic, adult, mature story! I loved it. I love Arron Shedlock's voice which is why I purchased this. But I was happy to see there was actually a storyline with a grown ass woman going thru real life changes - kids, jobs, divorce - the works. I can't wait to hear Lily and Brude's story! And please keep Aaron as the narrator!

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Not What I Thought it Would Be

I was hopeful when I read the words for the over 40 crowd. Unfortunately, I stopped listening after chapter 8. I was disappointed. I thought there was going to be more of a storyline. All I heard though was whining from Midge and all of the almost pornographic sexual happenings between her and Hank. She's a 41 yr old mom of three for gosh sakes. She screws around in the bathroom of her son's school with him right outside the door.! I realize no matter how old a person is, they have needs, desires, wants just like anyone else. BUT- you don't go around acting like horny teenagers in public places or with your kids within earshot especially if you're in your 40's and supposed to be an adult. And really, by the time a person reaches the main characters ages, they should be handling their issues without so much complaining and whining. It's unfortunate when writers fill their pages and word quotas with nothing but sexual encounters. A whole story about romance and love after 40 is what we need, not just two people screwing around to satiate their physical desires.