Legacy of Loveby Marianne K. Martin
What was it about Sage Bristo that drew women to her? Maybe it was the tall, toned body and androgynous good looks. Perhaps they liked her confidence her movements and manner so sure and decisive. Or was it the air of mystery, the temptation of a challenge to unravel? Sage couldn't explain the attraction, but she had certainly benefited from it, at least physically. Women would do anything for her. But never the woman she needed the most the one woman who could lead her through the realm of desire, to the one thing she desires most. . .In this Revised Author's Edition of Legacy of Love, Marianne K. Martin tells us the complete story of Sage Bristo and the mystery that surrounds her.
Marianne K. Martin has been a public school teacher, a photojournalist, a high school basketball and softball coach, and a collegiate field hockey coach. She currently resides in Michigan, with an eye on the southern sun.
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One woman, passionate about her Native American heritage, full of purpose and looking for love in ¿a lot of places¿, finds herself attracted to a slightly older woman with a ¿I¿m not going to be another on the long list¿ attitude. Both are dealing with painful pasts as they begin to form a hesitant friendship. Will they be able to step beyond the pain to forge a future together? Turn their friendship into something more? Will they become each other¿s souls? Travel along the journey as the writer weaves a tremendous tale of heritage, life, love, forgiveness and understanding. Legacy of Love is definitely one of those books that you do not want to put down until you get to the end!
Excellent book. Very enjoyable. I have become a fan. I am now on a mission to read all of this author's books. Lily El Paso, TX
Probably one of the best written lesbian book I've read. I felt like I really got to know and love (or hate) the characters. I really liked the unusual aspect of Sage being part Native American. I think it gave depth to her character and the book.
This is my favorite by this author... Under The Witness Tree is a close second but I enjoyed every one of her books. Her character development is superior... Ive reread this one several times in fact. Happy Reading...