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Stardust (Peaches Monroe, Book 1) by [Strong, Mimi]
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Stardust (Peaches Monroe, Book 1) Kindle Edition

3.9 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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"Bridget Jones meets Fifty Shades of Grey in this hilarious romance series! Sexy and funny... couldn't put it down!"

A sassy bookstore manager is pursued by a famous actor in this wildly hot, funny, enjoyable romance.


"This is one of those series you beg your best friend to read because you have to have someone to laugh with. This book has everything ... humor, great characters, and (heat)!"
Bobbie Jo, Two Crazy Girls with a Passion for Books


Peaches Monroe is a curvy, opinionated blonde who manages a small town book store.

Dalton Deangelo is a famous actor who sets hearts on fire with his smoldering eyes and devious grins.

Dalton plays the sexiest bad boy vampire on TV. He's hotter than Edward from Twilight, and badder than Damon from The Vampire Diaries.

When Dalton runs into the book store to hide from reporters, he refuses to leave... until he gets a date with Peaches Monroe.

As soon as Peaches kisses Dalton, her quiet, small-town life begins to unravel.

First comes love, then comes... marriage?

READERS ADORE PEACHES AND DALTON:

"OMG! I cried I laughed and cried a lot more. Loved, loved, loved the ending. Thank you for writing such an amazing series."
Debbie Barrett

"Peaches kept me up all night. Thank you for an amazing book, series, characters. I laughed and cried so much that my husband was concerned. It was truly perfect."
Melissa Bradshaw Davis

"I've read 100's and 100's of books, and MiMi's books literally made me spit all over my kindle.... OMG funny...... No spoilers here, GET THESE BOOKS NOW!"
Tammy Gurke

"Marvelous! I will miss our dear Miss Peaches! I laughed, cried, laughed again!"
Carrie Walters

"I was up much later than I should have been on a work night, but I just HAD to finish Starfire before I went to bed last night."
Jennifer Bartholomai Baldwin

"I miss all the characters already!! I almost fell off my chair... I had tears rolling down my face I was laughing so hard!"
Nancy Gelle

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 843 KB
  • Print Length: 299 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DKCPR3K
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #85,766 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Good story, I liked the characters but I was shocked when I flipped the page and suddenly the book was over. Now I have to buy the next however many books just to get some closure.
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Loved this book. Loved the characters and especially loved Peaches!
The story was witty, sexy & fun. Can't wait to read the rest of this series.
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Something really turned me off with this book, DO BEGIN WITH A SAMPLE IF YOU WANT TO TRY THIS ONE., there was something very vulgar with the heroin. She is supposed to be a library owner, but she expresses herself like a very low society 12 year-old. She meant to be funny, but somehow I was a bit grossed out by the way she called the man's penis " HIS SALAMI", and her genitals "HER WOOWOO" , if you can imagine the style. She gets an adventure with a Hollywood celebrity who falls asleep immediately after giving her big fat body a cunnilingus in a very small trailer, which is supposed to be funny because they don't have any room and keep banging their heads on the trailer walls... I read about 3 chapters and then I quit, I just wasn't comfortable with the extreme superficiality of the plot, the vulgarity of the characters, and although many readers seem to find this story funny, but just never got into it.
I was thankfully happy I tried this book early enough to get a refund. Also it is supposed to be a cliffhanger.
One of my worst books in the last 6 months
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Peaches was about as mature as a child in grade school. I never want to listen to a grown woman call her body-parts what Peaches does in this book--in real life or in fiction. I didn't find it quirky or funny--I found it disturbing and I am a girl who laughs at everything. Sure it's a nice change from the often anatomy-driven descriptions we get in some erotica novels but I also like to keep my brain cells as I read a book--not subject them to apoptosis by reading immature drivel. It felt like a pre-teen girl wrote this and was trying to come up with 50 different ways to not say the word penis or vagina...

Dalton isn't any better. I felt indifferent to him and the lure of his big dark secret wasn't enough to keep me reading. There romance is fast, superficial and based on absolutely nothing other than the fact that they were in each other's personal spaces longer than 5 minutes.

This book is praised for its wittiness and quirkiness but I think people are using the wrong words for stupidity and juvenile. There isn't really a plot, there is very little wit and the writing is confusing at times. It's awkward and not in that good way either. It's just plain weird and I'm going to have to stop because I am running out of adjectives to describe how bad this book was...
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I loved this whole series, stayed up way too late many nights because I could not put the book down. The love scenes are hot with a lot of comic relief from our dear Peaches. I found myself laughing out loud and constantly smiling as a read. Peaches is a character you love and hate at the same time because she is funny and sexy but says and does some really dumb stuff. I wish there were more books, now that I've finished I feel like there's a whole where Peaches should be. I hope they make this one into a movie, I would watch it constantly!!
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I LOVE Starlight! Thus far, I haven't read a Mimi Strong Book that I don't like and I HAVE read many and will continue to do so!
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