From Bethany Chase whom bestselling author Emily Giffin calls a great new voice in fiction comes a wise and delightfully relatable novel about a woman s journey to rebuild her life, and her heart, after a stunning betrayal.
"Can you ever really know the person you love?"
She never saw it coming. Without even a shiver of suspicion to warn her, art curator Caroline Hammond discovers that her husband is having an affair with a man a revelation that forces her to question their entire history together, from their early days as high school sweethearts through their ten years as a happily married couple. In her now upside-down world, Caroline begins envisioning her life without the relationship that has defined it: the loneliness of being an I instead of a we; the rekindled yet tenuous closeness with her younger sister; and the unexpected and potentially disastrous attraction she can t get off her mind. Caroline always thought she knew her own love story, but as her husband s other secrets emerge, she must decide whether that story s ending will mean forgiving the man she s loved for half her life, or facing her future without him.
Compassionate and uplifting, "Results May Vary" is a bittersweet celebration of the heart s ability to turn unexpected troubles into extraordinary strength.
Advance praise for "Results May Vary"
This latest novel from Chase will appeal to anyone who has ever looked up to realize they define themselves by those surrounding them. Caroline s exploration of self-discovery is a familiar one, yet Chase has a way with phrasing and a thoughtful approach that pushes this one notch above the others. . . . A good fit for fans of Emily Giffin and Kristin Hannah. "Booklist"
An altogether addictive read . . . Chase creates characters a reader can truly care about in] a novel that doles out both laughter and tears. " Kirkus Reviews"
"Results May Vary" is an openhearted and sweetly rendered story of lost love and found strength. Melissa DeCarlo, author of "The Art of Crash Landing
" Relatable, engaging, and ultimately uplifting, as it explores the secrets hidden beneath the surface of a marriage that seems enviable . . . You'll root for Caroline as she struggles through heartbreak toward an unexpected new future. Sarah Pekkanen, author of"The Perfect Neighbors""
Results May Vary
Random House Publishing Group