Mass Market Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Dell; Reprint edition (May 30, 2006)
Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 4.2 x 6.7 inches
It is New Yearâs Eve when the storm of the century hits northern California. In a quiet neighborhood in San Francisco, amid the chaos of fallen trees and damaged homes, the lives of three strangers are about to collide. For Quinn Thompson, what happens in the stormâs wake will bring down a barrier he has built around himself since his wifeâs death. For neighbor Maggie Dartman, it will spark friendship at a time when she needs it most. And for Jack Adams, a carpenter who will repair Quinnâs and Maggieâ s homes, the storm brings an opportunity: to help two people and to be repaid with the greatest gift of all.
As three lives come together and a unique friendship is forged, something extraordinary begins to happenâ¦Maggie, still grieving a loss, slowly comes alive againâand Jack finally shares a painful secret he has hidden for years. But at the center of the friendship is Quinn. A man who has scaled heights of success in business, Quinn is now adrift, waiting as builders put the finishing touches on his newest passion, a 180-foot yacht he plans to sail around the world. Looking back at all he missed with his family while he built his empire, Quinn is consumed by guilt, focused only on escaping to the sea. But as his plans near completion, and his friendship with Maggie begins to change, Quinn faces a choiceâbetween a safe haven and an adventure of the heart. The choice he makes will affect other lives as powerfully as his own. And it will take him on an extraordinary journeyâand into a second, terrifying storm, one that will bring him dangerâ¦or deliverance.
Danielle Steel brings us miracles big and smallâthe kind we are blessed with and those we give to others. With a subtle hand and a flawless touch, she has written a novel that soars with hope, and makes us laugh, cry, and care.
Reviews from Amazon
Miracle, August 18, 2005
By Donna G. Dillon
Wonderful story and captures your attention right away. Life is too short to read a bad book and the older I get (58) the less time I spend reading a book that is not interesting. Her writing is always great and this was no exception.
Miracle Danielle Steel, June 14, 2013
One of Danielles greatest books-she is indeed a master story teller as she holds the attention of anyone reading it.
Pleasant Read, July 25, 2012
Danielle Steel's Miracle is a good novel about three people namely: Quinn,Maggie and Jake•It
is a story of friendship,forgiveness and renewal•It
is a pleasant read for anyone who loves a light story and something for relaxation.