Review for The Summer of Annah, A Midsummers Wish by Tinthia Clement


“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.

The spell-binding contemporary women’s fiction, The Summer of Annah: A Midsummer’s Wish, will have you believing in true love. Romance has never been sweeter.

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My Review:

The Summer of Annah, A Midsummers Wish by Tinthia Clement is a delightful contemporary romance. With witty banter among friends, the romance between Annah and Eric putting butterflies in my tummy and the suspense of when the dark force was to arrive, I just couldn’t put it down. Love really had no limits when it came to Annah’s story. The author did a tremendous job in creating this story. From the viewpoint of Annah, a beautiful 55 year old woman, she asks the goddess to finally send her true love. Little did she know, it would come in the form of a 34 year old that looked like the Norse God Thor. Can Annah get over the fear of what others will think? I loved the support cast of characters, even Barney. I’m still not sure I forgive him for his part in all of Annah’s troubles though. I recommend this book to all the romantics out there. Maybe true love is real… *Copy gifted to me by the author for an honest review*

About The Author:


Tinthia Clemant

Bio from Goodreads

Tinthia Clemant was born in Medford, Massachusetts, over sixty years ago. In other words, she’s old! As a child she was happy and lived in a loving home with her three siblings and mother and father. She always wrote. From the time she first picked up a pencil, or perhaps it was a crayon, she wrote. Love stories. Happy stories. Stories about love with happy endings. Her first book was self-published. (She stapled the pages together and presented it to her mother on Mother’s Day. She was seven.)

As the romance genre’s newest author, Tinthia fell in love with love stories when she first learned about true love’s first kiss. That did it for her! Unfortunately, she has yet to find that special kiss. Throwing her arms up in defeat, she decided to write about it and live vicariously through her characters.

Tinthia lives on the banks of the Concord River and spends her time teaching science at a local community college, gardening, painting, feeding her multitude of Mallards (follow her natural history blog at:, reading, and, of course, writing about true love.