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Starstruck Read Starstruck Author Yael Levy Bassgrotto.co.uk All That Jewish Brooklyn Homemaker Abby Miller Wants Is To Get Her Romance Novel Published, And Know What It Is To Fall In Love Only In A Semi Arranged Marriage With A Medical Resident Husband Who S Never Home And Overwhelmed Raising Their Kids, Abby S Goals Seem Less Likely Than Ever On Top Of That, Her Husband David Decides To Move Away From Her Mother Abby Tries To Balance Everyone S Demands Her Kids, Her Mother S, David S Until A Meltdown She Is Scared That David Might Have An Affair With A Colleague Trying To Save Her Marriage, Abby Embarks On A Mission To Reignite Their Romance However, When She Nearly Kills A Soap Opera Star In An Accident And Finds A Severed Hand In The Park Everything Just Gets Complicated Thank God Her Best Friend Sara Is The Assistant D.A For Kings County Orthodox Jewish Assistant D.A Sara Oppenheimer Is Turning Thirty And Very Angry She S Angry That Perps Who Kill Little Children Still Walk The Streets She S Angry That She Has To Date An Endless Parade Of Bozos And Still Hasn T Found Anyone To Love, And Most Of All She S Angry That The Russian Embassy Is Impeding Her Prosecution Of A Clear Cut Russian Mafia Hit.When Hunky Cop Jeffery Hammond, Who Witnessed The Hit, Is Assigned To Her Case, For Once Sara Has Met Her Match In Every Way Only, To Be With Jeff, She D Have To Turn Her Back On Her Faith And Break Her Grandmother S Heart.Will These Best Friends Follow Their Hearts Sensuality Level Behind Closed Doors

10 thoughts on “Starstruck

  1. says:

    Starstruck by Yael Levy, while a work of fiction, rings very true You ve got true Brooklyn, portrayed by an insider, together with the difficulties of being a resident s wife and the gripping guilt of Russian family, skillfully crafted into a story line The book was an easy, fast read, engrossing and compelling, twisting and turning The plot...

  2. says:

    Starstruck is a quick read equivilant to a wooshing rollar coaster ride that is over way to soon and leaves you reeling and wishing for The bends in the plot, diversity of the characters, the tender challanges and the wry humor all contribute...

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    This review contains spoilers and you have been warned.Thanks to identity politics, I really wanted to love this book, I really did But I didn t, not even a little I came to Starstruck with high expectations, maybe too high The author, Yael Levy has become something of a name in traditional Jewish circles due to her attempts to merge the romance market with Orthodox Judaism This is not an easy thing to do, but as the neverending slew of Christian romances out there prove especially the oddball Amish ones , it can be done Just not by this particular book.Levy s other books have good reviews, Starstruck was mostly ignored by Goodreads and even by and Barnes Noble, so I didn t have a lot to go on Looking back on it I wish I had started on those other 2 books so I wouldn t feel so disappointed Why do I feel that way Well, I m not an Orthodox Jew, but I am a Reform Jew a very liberal sect of my religion and I snatch up ANYTHING that has Jewish representation it Something you wouldn t think would be so hard to find, but is.Anyway, onto the book This book has a duel lead and a duel romance with a side almost romance going on and that s too bad because the book simply isn t long enough for all that plot At only 212 pages, there s just not enough time to really sink your teeth into ANYTHING that s happening and Holy Hannah is a lot happening.First there s Abby and David Miller, a married couple wi...

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    Starstruck by Yael Levy is a good romance with a touch of murder mystery involved.Abby Miller is a Jewish housewife, all she wants is for her husband to acknowledge her and to have her romance novel published Life is not as simple as she wishes, with two kids of school age, one baby and her medical resident husband s needs she has no time for her dreams and herself.Things are about to get complicated for Abby, on he...

  5. says:

    AAAAHHHH I freaking loved this book First of all, I think it s safe to say that there is nothing like this in the world right now Starstuck is a crazy, crazy book that incorporates so many different elements to clarify crazy in a good way To give you an idea, the main characters are a neurotic Jewish Mother, a noble Russian Butcher, a hunky cop, a disillusioned soap opera star, and the Mafia How does that all fit together I ll leave that to the reader to find out Hilarious at times, but th...

  6. says:

    This book had me laughing until the end.

  7. says:

    Awesome book Really liked it Refreshing

  8. says:

    Really wanted to support this book Thought it was poorly written, stilted dialogue, situations not at all believable etc I finished it because I bought it

  9. says:

    I loved this quirky romantic comedy What a relief from the sappy romances that I am accustomed Great read

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