Chasing Nirvana by Samantha Hoffman
The Sequel to a Contented Mind

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Life is filled with obstacles. But what if the biggest thing standing in your way - was you?

With the hazy Southern California sky as her backdrop, Meg finally has Jadon’s love in her life, and in her bed. Until fate steps in, masked in tragedy.

No longer able to write or play violin, Meg begins to shut down. Having shaped her life through these two mediums, she struggles to find her identity. Until fate steps in, masked as a friend.

Led down a promising trail, Devon once again pulls Meg into his world. But when Jadon’s father, a retired police detective, decides to visit his son for the very last time, he senses danger, and can’t resist protecting the
woman his son loves - Meg.

Sometimes life unfolds gently. At other times, it uses a coarse hand. For Meg, everything she’s ever hid behind gets taken away. When bringing something back to life, the old veneer must first be stripped away. And like an old piece of furniture, Meg now sits exposed.

But fate is a necessary force. It is no more kind than unkind. It has a mission to complete, whether we like its ways or not.
On the heels of receiving miraculous news, fate gives Meg her final challenge. This time it is she who rescues Jadon. And in the doing, its the last time Devon stands in her way.

About Samantha Hoffman

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SAMANTHA HOFFMAN is a runner, reader, film buff, tech geek, blogging queen, personal assistant, chef, wine enthusiast, volunteer, animal lover, sister, friend, lover of life and…oh yes, a writer. Her stories have appeared in The Corner Magazine (London), Chicken Soup for the Dieter’s Soul and numerous other print and online publications. She also writes a popular blog about life in Chicago. What More Could You Wish For is her first novel.
Published November 12, 2012 by Two Dog Press. 378 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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