Welcome to Paradise, a sleepy, backwater town in the mountains of Southeastern Arizona where police chief Luke Hollis is perfectly content to concentrate on nothing but issuing the occasional speeding ticket. Well that and working up the nerve to approach his dispatcher, Ruby Brooks, for a date.
When an unexplained healing occurs during a service at the Mount Moriah Pentecostal Church of God, Hollis finds his simple belief system challenged and his life changed forever. Throw in a struggling minister, a world-class grifter, and a stranger with an unbelievable story of love and redemption and the stage is set for The Miracle Man. By the time it’s all over everyone involved will come face to face with a power that’s greater and more wonderful than any of them could have ever imagined.
*I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for sharing my honest opinion*
The Miracle Man was the type of book that sticks with you long after the last page is read. Quirky, realistic characters, stunning imagery that pulls you right in to the story and a wonderfully thought-out plot had me absolutely enthralled from the start.
I loved the small town feel of the story, and the way Buck Storm portrayed these characters had me invested in the story as a whole as I truly felt a part of it. The fact that the story had me guessing a bit was a definite plus – I’m usually quicker on the draw than most so it was a pleasant surprise.
If you’re looking for a good read with an eccentric(in a good way) cast of characters and enthralling narrative The Miracle Man should top your list. I cannot wait to read what Buck puts out next!