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Never Ending
Never Ending
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BOOK DETAILS

  • Paperback
  • Jan.01.1999
  • 9781932859140
  • Bywater Books

Marianne gives an overview of the book:

Sage Bristo is a woman of conviction and determination. Deanne Demore is a woman of understanding and reconciliation. For four years they made their relationship work. But now Sage and Deanne face the limits of love, trust, and commitment and the emotions run strong when they find themselves torn apart by the very things that first brought them together. Trying to find out more about Sage's pain filled childhood, Deanne unwittingly undermines the trust that is the foundation of their relationship. And with Sage at her most vulnerable, temptation appears in the form of an old friend and lover.
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Sage Bristo is a woman of conviction and determination.

Deanne Demore is a woman of understanding and reconciliation.

For four years they made their relationship work. But now Sage and Deanne face the limits of love, trust, and commitment and the emotions run strong when they find themselves torn apart by the very things that first brought them together.

Trying to find out more about Sage's pain filled childhood, Deanne unwittingly undermines the trust that is the foundation of their relationship. And with Sage at her most vulnerable, temptation appears in the form of an old friend and lover.

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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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