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  • Paperback
  • Jan.01.2001
  • 9781931513029

Marianne gives an overview of the book:

Dedication. Passion. Commitment. Best friends, Jean and Shayna, have each constructed their lives carefully. Jean Carson is that special teacher, the one who makes a difference to her students. Attorney Shayna Bradley is driven heart and soul by a profound and deeply personal sense of justice to help lesbian mothers keep their kids. When feelings obscured by friendship catch them both by surprise, emotions too dangerous to name threaten the single-minded focus each woman has for her work. Suddenly Jean and Shayna face greater risks to their happiness - and their dreams - than they ever anticipated. Dedication. Passion. Commitment. They may not be enough.
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Dedication. Passion. Commitment. Best friends, Jean and Shayna, have each constructed their lives carefully. Jean Carson is that special teacher, the one who makes a difference to her students. Attorney Shayna Bradley is driven heart and soul by a profound and deeply personal sense of justice to help lesbian mothers keep their kids.

When feelings obscured by friendship catch them both by surprise, emotions too dangerous to name threaten the single-minded focus each woman has for her work. Suddenly Jean and Shayna face greater risks to their happiness - and their dreams - than they ever anticipated.

Dedication. Passion. Commitment.

They may not be enough.

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About Marianne

A graduate of Eastern Michigan University, Ms Martin taught in the Michigan public school system for twenty-five years, has worked as a photo-journalist, a photographer, and coached both high school and collegiate teams as well as amateur ASA teams. Her coaching career...

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