The Fifth Sense
5 Stars! "This book shows that women empowerment is very real, and it doesn’t matter your age or what you’ve been through, you can be powerful."Rach_Ann
5 Stars! "A powerful journey"!mkpowell16
5 Stars! "A great read. Funny, feel-good, magical and downright fab!"N. Brooks
5 Stars! "A great storyline, with excellent characters"!C. Johnson
Paranormal Women's Fiction & Romance from NYT & USAT Bestselling Author, Michelle M. Pillow.
Some secrets refuse to stay buried.
By all rights, Sue Jewel should be dead. Instead of celebrating her fortieth birthday, she was wrapped in plastic and stuffed in the trunk of a car. Worst part is the man she promised to spend her life with is the one who tried to kill her. With a little help from Fate, Sue walks away from the ordeal, but her husband doesn’t.
Now with a new lease on life, Sue wants to put as much mileage between her past and her present as she can. It would be a lot easier if something supernatural with dark intent wasn’t along for the ride. Desperate to break free from it all, she finds herself in Freewild Cove, making new friends, catching the eye of the handsome coffee shop owner, and hoping to magically cut her ties to her would-be murderer once and for all.
Lorna, Vivien, and Heather are back. And with the help of Grandma Julia’s ghost, they’re kicking supernatural butt and taking names!
Paranormal Women's Fiction (PWF), Magic Paranormal Psychic Romance, Second Chance, Contemporary Humor
Release date: December 17, 2020
Publisher: The Raven Books LLC
Print pages: 292
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Behind the book
Older women kick ass. They know things. They've been there. They are worthy of their own literature category. They stopped giving a fuck. They also have their own set of issues that they face--empty nests, widows, divorce, menopause, health, etc--and these issues deserve to be addressed and embraced in literature.
Women friendships matter. Women matter. Our thoughts and feelings matter.
Growing older is a real part of life. No need to hide in the shadows.