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A Midlife Woman

Lizzie Petrie can’t quite believe she’s approaching middle age.

It’s summertime and Lizzie is determined to have the best summer yet.

Just as long as no one acknowledges that on July fourteenth she’s turning forty. She can’t kick the thought that getting older is a failure on her part. And it’s dangerous, too. She tweaks her neck simply trying to make toast.

The problem is, Sarah seems determined to throw a surprise birthday bash despite being warned not to.

Will Lizzie survive turning 40?

A Midlife Woman is the hilarious and heartfelt eleventh installment of A Woman Lost, a series of contemporary sapphic romances. If you like quirky characters, complicated family dynamics, and well-crafted prose, then you’ll love following Lizzie’s continuing saga.

Lizzie wants to enjoy her summer before she turns forty on July fourteenth. But she feels like aging is a failure and a hazard. She even hurts her neck making toast.

Sarah plans to throw her a surprise party, despite Lizzie’s objections.

Can Lizzie handle turning 40?

A Midlife Woman is the eleventh book of A Woman Lost, a series of sapphic romances with quirky characters, complex family issues, and witty writing.

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About this book

Genre

Contemporary Romance

Author(s)

TB Markinson

Length

103 pages

Formats

ebook, paperback

Audio length

Narrator

Release date

August 14, 2023

Series

A Woman Lost Series

What readers say
Eva Reddy
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OMG! I love this series. I hope there are more books coming. Many more.
Bon Peterson
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Truly, I’ve laughed so hard with this one that I actually shed tears!
Angela Rassette
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I laughed out loud, cringed and a few palm slaps to the head at our girl.
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