There’s a scene in You, Jane in which Our Heroine meets someone who will play a critical role in Jane’s story. Their meeting seems accidental, taking place when Jane visits a new-age neo-hippy ashram in Taos, as she searches for a place to call home.
It’s even described as a stroke of luck:
Sam’s description of her body made Jane feel a twinge, or a twinkle, or something, deep in the region of her solar plexus, a place she hadn’t even thought about in a long, long time. He stood, and Jane’s innards twingled again. She only wanted to follow him. Oddly, that was the whole purpose of the orchestrated experience of the first day at the ashram, but it was supposed to benefit one of the leaders of the “family.” Jane’s luck in happening to stumble on Sam instead was the best luck she could have.
“What kind of…
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