Thursday, April 18, 2013

The Karmic Connection by Libby Mercer

Guilty of nothing more than working too much - or so they say - Adam Stowe is dumped at a "wellness center" in the middle of nowhere by a couple of concerned colleagues. When he meets Lorraine, the beautiful and bewitching yoga instructor, his spirits start to lift, but once he discovers what a flighty fruitcake she is, they drop back down to subterranean levels.

For Lorraine Jameson, Luna Wellness Center was a beacon of solace when her life was falling apart, and she can't stand the way Adam's toxic energy is poisoning the peace. He embodies everything negative about the life she discarded eighteen months ago. Despite being fiercely attracted to the arrogant man, she's determined not to let Adam Stowe anywhere near her heart.

Adam and Lorraine couldn't be more unsuitable as a potential couple... so why is the universe so dead set on uniting these two?

I had the pleasure of reading Mercer's novel Unmasking Maya last year and I really enjoyed it.  I knew I was in for a treat when I picked up The Karmic Connection - due to release next week!

A unique romance, Lorraine has a tumultuous past and finds herself working as a yoga instructor.  She feels she doesn't deserve happiness but does her best to help others find theirs. Adam is a workaholic who has his own eccentrics and thinks Lorraine is a bit too far out their for his own tastes.

But the cosmos have their own way of determining life's past and it's determined that these two souls should be together, even if they rub each other the wrong way.  What it creates is wonderful dialogue and two unique characters whom's layers are slowing revealed to the heart of the matter.  Entertaining and page-turning, Mercer is at the top of her game with this one! Highly recommend!!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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