Portia is a journey through several generations of a family as perceived through the senses, emotions and memories of one of its members, Portia. The story realistically examines certain aspects of existence, perseverance and love between people within a devoted family as well as the tenderness and affection which only occur between soul mates. From a young lady coming of age to a career woman glimpsing her own mortality while confronting an uncertain future, Portia will tug on readers heart strings all along the way.
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