Amara was cursed five hundred years ago
for her cruelty toward children. She has ten chances, each
fifty years apart and forty eight hours long to learn what
love is truly all about. She’s wasted nine already. Will this
final time be the one? Or will she be doomed to be a statue
for all eternity?
"Warning: could cause tears – keep
tissues close at hand!” is the phrase found on Samhain
Publishing’s website in reference to Miracle at Midnight
by Stacia Wolf. They are right. I bawled my eyes out. Although
I started this with doubts about Ms. Wolf’s ability to make me
to suspend disbelief and accept the premise of the story, I
was pleasantly surprised, and immediately fell in love with
Amara, Nick, and Sami.
Sometimes I'll read a book and find small
problems that throw me out of the story and ruin it for me
completely. Sometimes, very rarely, the story is so
good, I can overlook those things and even forget about them
by the time I'm done with the book. This was one of those
times. I smiled, I laughed, I cried. And now I Joyfully
Recommend Miracle at Midnight to you. .