Soulmates: A Novel

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After a heartbreaking separation from her cheating husband, Ethan, Dana believes she finally has her life together. Working insane hours at her law firm, Dana doesn’t have time to dwell on the past. Yes, she thought she was supporting Ethan’s writing ambitions while he was actually spending $20,000 on yoga classes; yes, Ethan left her for a yoga teacher named Amaya. But she’s made progress and finally considers herself okay. Okay, that is, until she spots a tabloid headline announcing the gruesome death of Ethan and Amaya in a cave near a swanky New Mexico yoga retreat–and Robin decides only she can solve the mystery of Ethan’s death and prevent him from being branded a murderer. When she joins the yoga retreat to start digging for the truth, her life changes in ways she never expected.

Told from alternating viewpoints, Soulmates toes the line between mocking high-priced, lululemon-clad spiritual searching while convincingly portraying why such pursuits often deeply resonate. Though Dana’s New Age explorations begin as a front, her connection to her teacher Lo unlocks new insights into her marriage’s demise–a twist that Grose handles deftly. Soulmates is an engrossing read that raises lingering questions of self, soul, and truth.

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Author Jessica Grose
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 240 pages
Publisher William Morrow
Publish Date 2016-09-27
ISBN 9780062391575
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Issue October 2016
Category Modern Literature


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