Stardust Miracle

Stardust Miracle

3.8 42
by Edie Ramer
     
 

(A Miracle Interrupted novel, Book 2)

A miracle is coming...

A minister’s wife in the small village of Miracle, Wisconsin, catches her husband with another woman. She moves in with her sister, then starts to see sparkles. And this is just the beginning...

Overview

(A Miracle Interrupted novel, Book 2)

A miracle is coming...

A minister’s wife in the small village of Miracle, Wisconsin, catches her husband with another woman. She moves in with her sister, then starts to see sparkles. And this is just the beginning...

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Fresh Fiction - Sherri M
Edie Ramer writes a great novel. She has you fall in love with the characters that leave you sucked into each page.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033273768
Publisher:
Edie Ramer
Publication date:
06/04/2012
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
16,986
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Edie is funnier on the page than in real life. A multiple award-winning writer, she writes books about cats, dragons, aliens, dead people and live people with attitude. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband, her dog and one important cat.

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Stardust Miracle 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 42 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Foul language ruined it.
AMR0406 More than 1 year ago
I didn’t really know what to expect with this book and was pleasantly surprised by it. Edie Ramer writes stories that seem to go against mainstream plot lines which make her books fun to read. In this story we follow Becky who seems to have one thing after another knock her down. She is married to the town’s golden boy of a pastor and is the perfect wife. Unfortunately it isn’t a life that she planned for herself. She has been living up to everyone’s expectations except her own. Something big changes everything in her life. Instead of hiding and allowing life to swallow her up, she took advantage of her new found freedom and did the unexpected. I don’t want to give away too many spoilers but will say I enjoyed watching Becky’s journey to finding her true self. Edie’s writing is so easy to read and I love her characters. They have flaws and deal with real life situations (like family drama) which makes you want to root for them. I loved watching the two sisters support each other when life handed them such bad circumstances. While I enjoyed the end, I wish the story was longer so we could have followed Becky a little further in her journey. I also felt like there is more to Elsa, Carl, and the sparkles that Becky saw than what we read about in this story. I just felt like Elsa and Carl were holding something back. I hope this means there is more to come from the people in Miracle. Overall, I really enjoyed this book. While it did make me cry in some scenes, it is a light hearted read and I found myself laughing at the things Becky thought (and said sometimes). I highly recommend this book!
Jean_H More than 1 year ago
This is not the type of story I usually read but I found myself totally pulled along by Edie Ramer's excellent, compelling writing. Full of emotion, plenty of plot twists and turns, it explores the meaning of family and love and being an adult woman for the first time after thirty. Wonderfully done!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldnt even finish this. The characters were shallow and petty. I felt as if I were reading a Jerry Springer script. Should have had a warning that it was graphic and had a lot of swearing. This will not stay in my library.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story idea but poorly written. Short and choppy sentences throughout. Too many story lines that never got resolved or explained, such as the dad and Elsa, introducing random characters with little backstory, (Rosa and Joy) and I'm still looking for the miracle. The miracle might just be that it got published.
Jutzie More than 1 year ago
Stardust Miracle by Edie Ramer Miracle Interrupted Series Book Two Becky Deidrich was everything she was supposed to be. Or at least everything she was told to be. The perfect daughter, the perfect wife, just perfect. Two incidents change her whole life. First, the Sunday that a mysterious message says a miracle is coming and she sees sparkles. Second, when she comes home early from a meeting and decides to surprise her husband. What a surprise they both had! Becky is ready to start her life over and start living for herself rather than anyone else. And she is determined to find her miracle. Sometimes you have to go through the dark places before the light breaks through. This book had me laughing, crying and wanting a puppy to cuddle. Looking forward to reading more in this series. Becky’s sister, Sarah, has her own story in a the novella, The Halloween Prince in the boxed set Entranced. **Sexual content and Language
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A disappointment--not fun to read and way to willing to shock with sex details and language.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While what was written was good, I was shocked when all of a sudden the book was over and very little felt resolved. It was really disappointing.
Kathleen-Irene-Paterka More than 1 year ago
Edie Ramer works miracles in her newest novel, STARDUST MIRACLE! Set in the little town of Miracle, Wisconsin, we’re introduced to Becky, who’s expecting a miracle. It happens, but not quite in the way Becky imagines. Add a quirky cast of characters, including one cheating-minister-husband, prickly father, pregnant sister, more than a few suitors, and Becky has her hands full! Ms. Ramer’s foray into the world of Women’s Fiction serves up a sparkling summer read that’s sure to satisfy. I look forward to the next book in this charming MIRACLE series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Story about 2 sisters and how they deal with heartache and family issues
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't wait to read more!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I hated the pastor, wanted to punch the dad, I cried for Sarah, and did a happy dance for Becky! Glad there wasn't to much about sex in the book. Would have liked an epilogue on what happened in the end. Would have liked to know what Elsa's story was. The story could have moved along little faster for me but overall a good book! Would recommend!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Strange, miracles and twinkling lights?
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Silverclaw stays here.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a very good read it really had the feel about small towns and goes on in them, the truth about some ministers and what goes on in them!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book would have gotten more then 3 star if it had a ending.  She left people hanging.  I will probably not read anymore of her books.  I
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wasn't expecting much from this book. I thought it would be "churchish" but it wasn't. In fact it was one of the best books I've read in a long time! What a great story, with a lot of unexpected sub plots going on!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! It had gritty sad parts and funny lol parts. I will be getting other books by this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed it. Very sweet.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really do not know what to rate this book. So, I am list the things I did not like and those I did, then throw in a few emotions. Dislikes: Detailed sex, includes a very, very horny heroine, her preacher husband who likes oral sex, just not with his wife The profanity Too many crisises Too much saddness Too many unfinished threads Unexplained threads, needed back stories on many characters which was not there. This caused confusion Choppy, short sentences. What was the miracle? Why throw in some paranormal, but not expand on it So many unlikable characters, they out numbered the good The heroine starts dating the same week and wants /has sex right off the bat Lots of sex talk, even on day a catastrophe occurs Sudden ending. This bothered me the most. I was left wondering why read this book, if nothing is really resolved. What I liked: The humor How the heroine became her own person The bravery of the sister and nephew The emotions, this book actually made me cry several times Having pets that acted like pets Small towns are just like this and so are some people, I live in one The magic of first love People helping each other and good friendships The main plot even unfinished, was unique This is not a romance, but there is some romance, the same goes for religion and the paranormal, there is some violence, but no murder, it is work of fiction about two sisters. I stll am unsure what to rate it, so I am going with middle of the road, coward's way out. This book would have been so much better with more background, half the time, I was unsure what the author was writting about. The sentence structure made the book feel as if the author just wanted to be done with the book. There needed to be less sorrow and more humor, There were many unfinished threads, I can not think of a single finished one, not even the main one. Yet, even with all that, I still liked this book. This is book two of a series. Ido not think I will purchase the others as each is about different people, but the same town. For adults. Chick lit, I can not see a man enjoying this emotional roller coaster. I cried several times and I pretty jaded. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A light and enjoyable read. I prefer cozies without sex but other wise the story was entertaining.
virgilenne More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book of heartaches, love, & laughter.God has a plan for all of us & in His time we will find His way.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a great read, I really enjoyed it.