Legacy of Love
"Legacy of Love delves nicely into the tension between desire and connection, highlighting trust as the essence of intimacy." --The Lesbian Review of Books"This is undoubtedly one of the finest. . . . The sparring between Bristo and Deanne alone makes it worth reading." --Our Own Community PressSage Bristo moved with confidence and determination. It drew people to her. Especially women. Sage enjoyed their attention but none could see beyond her toned body and cool demeanor to the small-town girl underneath. Then she met Deanne Demore and for the first time Sage feared the power of another woman.Marianne K. Martin is the author of nine lesbian romances and has been a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award three times.
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