Moonstars

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When tragedy strikes, Wren realizes her life isn't what she had dreamed for herself. She decides to leave everything she knows and hops in the car with no plans other than starting over. Destiny pulls her to the new age store Moonstars, in Tucson, AZ. There she meets Rain and Julia, and the women forge a friendship that fills their lives with magic, love and hope.
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 44,330
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452399034
About Genia Stemper

I love to write and I love to read. Making money as a writer is like winning the lottery, and that isn't my goal. Writing about what is important to me, making a difference in the way people see things, that is what matters to me. I have decided to price all of my books for free in hopes that more people read them. But please don't assume they aren't valuable simply because they are free. We are all in this journey together. If my thoughts and ideas help you, tuck them away, hold them close. And if they don't ring true to you, toss them back into the universe. There is a time and a place for everything. Thanks for reading. Take care on your journey.

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Review by: Nora Black on April 18, 2014 :
The life we are given is a gem; and I have seldom read it described as such. Genia Stemper, has a rare touch, so in tune is she with the universe, that she can impart a vision of our journey here on earth with both wistfulness and hope. I have never felt ashamed to write a review of a book I have enjoyed, but this book has left me stumped-I do not have the words to justify it. It is a story of friendship, health and healing. A tale that makes death so much a part of life that it can be embraced rather than avoided. A wisp of the feather that tickles us into enchantment, while still dusting us with the knowledge of the unfairness of fate. Nevertheless, giving a ghost of a reason for our suffering. In the finale, we are given a message of longevity, the thread of reason, the dolphin at the end of the rainbow, whom we know soared from the waves, just for us; simply to make us feel better.
If you read one book this year, make it this one.
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