Mid-life crisis hits June hard and she decides to re-start her life. Alone.
She learns of a ‘green’ community in which people do just enough to stay alive; no money, no taxes, no worries. It’s just one big, happy family. Perfect for her needs.
Roy feels the ground slip from under his feet when he learns June intends to leave him. He can’t let her throw away their love of many years. Not without a fight. But how can he win her back?
On Midsummer's Night, Randy, June's new friend and commune handyman, asks her for a kiss. It feels wrong and right in equal measure. Wrong, because she isn't ready for love yet. And right, because he reminds her of someone…
If she asks them nicely, will the divine spirits show her the way?
About the Author
Ella Medler is a U.K. author and free-lance editor. She writes fiction in more than one genre in a seemingly vain attempt to slow down her overactive brain enough to write non-fiction on subjects she knows a thing or two about. She also does not believe in the starchy use of English and ignores the type of rule that doesn't allow for a sentence to be finished in a preposition. Her books - whatever genre they may be - are action-driven. Well-developed, multi-layered characters are her forte.
Hates: her inner censor.