Time of Grace by Clare Harkness

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Best friends since their adolescence together in a restrictive convent school, two spirited women with a keen sense of humor look back on their lives, their travels, and their times apart, while sifting through an attic full of memories.

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Published January 1, 1989 by Macmillan, (1989). 384 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Through it all, Imogen's insightful grandmother tries to guide the impulsive pair, but it takes the wisdom gained from their own mistakes to make Imogen and Jessica realize their shared destiny.

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Of course, each falls into the arms of a less-than-suitable partner: Jessica marries a charming Irish bully, and Imogen goes from an affair shattered by a shocking revelation to a marriage with a psychologically abusive diplomat.

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