Head Over Heels by Rain Mitchell

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Like chocolate and peanut butter, it's a natural match--chick lit and yoga--with a hot L.A. setting, fictional celebs, and a host of complications for its five heroines, yoginis all.
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Five unforgettable women. One beloved yoga studio. A million tales to tell.

Lee is a caring yoga teacher who changes lives and inspires friendships. But a year after the breakup of her marriage, she's struggling to raise her twins and make ends meet at her small studio in LA's trendy Silver Lake. The California yoga scene is dominated by celebrity teachers with agents, publicists, and other trappings Lee has rejected. When she's offered a teaching stint at a high-profile yoga festival at Lake Tahoe, she has to choose between standing by her principles--and those of the man she's just started dating--and the lure of becoming a "star." It would be an easier choice if her four best friends could join her, but each has problems of her own.

Katherine, a masseuse with a troubled past, is being evicted from the only real home she's ever had.

Graciela, a dancer, is in New York trying to hide her affair with a famous baseball player from her volatile boyfriend.

Imani is a TV actress coping with motherhood as she's struggling to make a comeback in film.

Stephanie, a screenwriter, is trying to come to terms with a very unexpected relationship.

Head Over Heels explores the burgeoning world of commercialized yoga with the warmth, humor, and insider knowledge that won Rain Mitchell's Tales from the Yoga Studio raves from critics and yogis, and made the book an international success.
 

About Rain Mitchell

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RAIN MITCHELL is a writer and devoted yogi. Rights to the author's Tales from the Yoga Studio sold in thirteen countries. (Writing in a different style and under a different name, Rain is known as bestselling author Stephen McCauley.)
 
Published April 24, 2012 by Plume. 285 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Excellent
Mar 05 2012

Like chocolate and peanut butter, it's a natural match--chick lit and yoga--with a hot L.A. setting, fictional celebs, and a host of complications for its five heroines, yoginis all.

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