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a delicate dance of souls

by Karen D Hamilton

When souls intersect deeply, but their paths are separate...

After a harrowing experience from his service in the military, Matt returns only to find his marriage to the love of his life is over. In the midst of his darkness, Matt seeks peace camping in Wyoming, where he meets Nicole, an intriguing woman who shifts his perspective and changes his life forever. As their connection deepens, their relationship uncovers the fears that are holding both of them back.

Matt isn’t the only one with an unresolved love in his past. Waiting in the wings is Sam, Nicole’s business partner, and best friend. The pair have a history of more than just catering and event planning, but Nicole has always been afraid of letting Sam get too close.

In this novel of self-discovery, compassion, and healing, Nicole and Matt are brought to a greater understanding and acceptance of themselves, and who they are in the world.

A Delicate Dance of Souls Reviews

"“Matt and Nicole’s sexual relationship is built upon mature expectations and open conversations... [that] involve psychological grappling: with the inner child, dark parts of the human psyche, and reconciling the past. ...[T]heir relationship is vulnerable and eye-opening.”
"In Karen D. Hamilton’s tale of friendship and self-acceptance, the main characters must learn to trust others and to identify internal demons. ...Readers will steadfastly follow the characters’ journey of self-discovery... Infused with spiritual lessons, this story about two lost souls finding their way back to themselves proves a satisfying read.”
"Karen D. Hamilton’s first novel is all about the relationship challenges everyone faces. It takes us on a journey of profound insights through the eyes of her unique characters. As they are able to see past the limiting beliefs that formed the framework of their lives, we also can catch a glimpse of how we can see past our own limitations. A delicate dance of souls is an easy read that moves along. It was hard to put down.”