About the Books

When Betsey Townsend was ten years old, her grandmother, a passionate mystic, left a lasting impression on her. She explained to Betsey that everyone is born with a soul mate—a Twin Soul—and that Betsey’s Twin kissed her soul right before she was born, promising he would find her one day. 

Now, Betsey is thirty-four, single, without children, and unemployed. Feeling empty and alone, she reestablishes a past friendship that puts her on the road to remembering the magic and wisdom of her grandmother’s words.

An inspiring read for women and men of all ages (as it is never too late to find love), Amazon's best selling The Power of Twin Soul Love is a short fiction romance, exploring the theory of twin souls. 

This novella is the first installment of the series. Don't miss the continuation of Betsey's story in the second book, Betsey's Retreat.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mary Dunlop is a passionate student of life with a keen desire to learn, share, and grow. She believes in the mysticism of love and the joy it forever provides.

Mary's love for the short-fiction novel began at the age of fifteen with the school-appointed read, The Catcher in the Rye. So much emotion packed into so few pages remained with her always and attracted her to other short works, including and perhaps most notably Gift from the Sea by Anne Morrow Lindbergh. That little book, through its soulful lyrical writing, helped Mary find her voice. As soon as she finished reading it, she shelved the novel she had planned to write and penned, instead, The Power of Twin Soul Love, followed by Betsey's Retreat. In her novels, Dunlop examines the concepts of how spiritual energy works and that all we have to do to live the best possible version of life is to follow the energy's flow. Her books speak of the love that exists for every human soul.

Mary Dunlop has blogged for Elephant Journal and Tiny Buddha and was a contributing writer to Tiny Buddha's Guide to Loving Yourself, released in October of 2013. She lives with her husband in Montreal, Canada, where she enjoys reading, writing, running, and a regular meditation practice.