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Stardust Miracle (Miracle Interrupted Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Edie Ramer
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Book Description

A miracle is going to happen...

Becky Diedrich is the cheesemaker's daughter.
The minister's wife.
The good sister.

What she's not is her own woman.
What she can't be is a mother.

And then she catches her husband with another woman.
And she moves in with her sister.
And she starts to see sparkles.

And this is just the beginning...

Editorial Reviews


"Becky Diedrich is the cheesemaker's daughter, the minister's wife, the good sister-until she catches her husband with another woman. She moves in with her sister, starts to see sparkles, and she's not the good sister anymore." ~Sherri M, Fresh Fiction

"I am constantly surprised by Ms. Ramer's ability to bring social issues into the spotlight of a story while still telling a beautiful love story at the same time. I look forward to each new visit to Miracle." ~Night Owl Reviews, Top Pick!

About the Author

Edie Ramer is funnier on the page than in real life. A multiple award-winning writer, she writes stories with heart, attitude and magic. She lives in southeastern Wisconsin with her husband, two dogs, and one important cat. She loves hearing from readers.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2042 KB
  • Print Length: 252 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Blue Walrus Books (December 17, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0088QLNMW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,224 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Just okay.... January 17, 2013
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I must have read something a lot different than all of the other reviewers here.
I didn't feel like any of this story was believable, except for the part where Becky walked into the parish office, only to find him in a sexual act with another woman. Other than that...I found the story was too far fetched and really lacking in important details.

Spoiler warning.....Do not read below if you don't want to know what happens...

Here's a few lacking details I'm talking about....

Example #1-Like was never told why Elsa and her father acted like sworn enemies. Yes, she did tell the girls that she and their mother were cousins, but the question of why there was so much blatant animosity between their father and Elsa. Did she catch him doing something he shouldn't have? Did she try to step in between him and his deceased wife? Maybe they even had an affair with one another, who knows, but it would have been something that should have been cleared up.

Example #2-And why when Becky went to her church, did Elsa make the statement that she wasn't ready to work there yet?

Example #3-And what the heck is the connection between Jim and Becky's father anyway. Why would a father take Jim's side over his own daughter. That made no sense to me either. And why is Jim so eager to do Carl's bidding? Is he being blackmailed?

Example #4- What was the purpose for killing off Marsh in the story line, anyway?

Example #5- The sparkles...I guess they were suppose to represent a miracle of sorts, but as far as I know, there was no miracles that happened in this story. If there was, I'd sure like to know what the heck the miracle was that took place.

Too many loop holes and unanswered questions. If I had paid for this book, I would have felt so cheated, but thankfully it was free so all I really lost was my time.

Would I recommend this book? No, definitely not.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It Left Me Wanting More February 19, 2013
By CNyx
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I'm a sucker for a happy ending, so I was sure any book with the word 'miracle' in the title would deliver - and it did. This is a lovely story about happiness coming from heartache, with well written and sympathetic characters. The story is bittersweet with a big dose of love throughout. My only complaint is I wish the story had either continued longer (I wanted to see what happened for the characters), or that there was a sequel. Edie, if you read your reviews, please consider writing a follow up with Sarah's story as the main event, and continuing Becky's story as a sideline.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars amazing writing pulled me along July 14, 2012
By Jean H
Format:Kindle Edition
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!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ramer keeps getting better June 25, 2012
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I've read Ramer's Dragon's Blues and Cattitude, as well as her Galaxy Girls series, and while different to those, I found this book just as good. There is real depth to the characters of Stardust Miracle and moments where I felt completely swallowed up in Ramer's town of Miracle. When a minister's wife has to deal with the collapse of her marriage, she embarks on a journey of self-discovery that will also illuminate issues from her past she'd never fully understood before, and at last heal the rift between herself and her sister. I highly, highly recommend it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Stardust Miracle February 10, 2013
By debfred
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Good easy reading book. Very predictable. Would recommend for eighteen plus due to the sexual content. Would read more of Edie Ramer's books.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed it very much! February 12, 2013
By Jeannie
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It would have been 5 stars, but I felt the ending was rushed and it didn't feel completed. Too much was left unsaid and it wasn't an ideal place to end the story.
Other than the ending, it was a fabulous read and I enjoyed the very original storyline and all of the characters. I will look for more by this author!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars well written but incomplete February 28, 2013
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I did find the story readable, but found having to suspend normal time frame relationship building was a bit too much. The whole story takes place over 3 weeks - yes 3 weeks - suspend your logic please.

The dialogue was natural,the main characters were empathetic (although rigid), and there was bashing of formal religion.


To have a supposedly Christian woman leave her husband, have sex with 2 different men all within a week of leaving her husband and no mention of God at all seems a wee bit far fetched.
There was some character development, but no relationship development between the 'love' interests, just a harking back to high school eye meeting (!?) as them getting to know one another.
And to finish with an (expected) try for IVF (which only has a 20% success rate) being the sure way to get the child that she wants... I don't think so.

Hopefully there will be more about the main characters in future stories of the township of Miracle to round out what was a very short story, and bring some resolve to the other issues raised.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Could've been way better December 7, 2013
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This wasn't an easy story to read in that I felt sorry for the h for most of the book. I felt that life really had dealt her a bit of a rough hand and it just didn't get better. Basically we know that the h has been the perfect daughter/wife etc for most of her life and then catches her husband with another woman. She acts immediately and moves out. She has never been able to have children and knows that the problem is with her. There is the slight paranormal tinge to this book with strange 'signs' happening. It kind of all worked but I think the book could've been way better.

I hated that the h's sister's husband is killed so unexpectedly while the sister is pregnant. It seemed violent and harsh. I hated that although there are major sparks between the H and h - there is no hea for them only his agreement to donate his sperm so she can have a baby. I didn't love the way the h (a previously devout woman who'd only ever been with her minister husband) slept with 2 different men on 2 different nights. The author does a good job of explaining why but I still didn't like it.

I did take a chance and have ended up reading all the books in this series so I ultimately do know through snippets of info in the other books what happened to the main characters. I would have preferred to read more of their story in this book and I think the author lost a major opportunity to hook more people into this series through this book. She didn't have to wrap it up in neat little bows but she could've taken the story much further.
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Edie is funnier on the page than in real life. A multiple award-winning writer, she writes stories with heart and attitude. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband and one important cat. She's happy to be able to do what she loves nearly every day.

You can visit Edie at, and she blogs every other Monday at Magical Musings - - which has frequent giveaways.

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