Lee Thomson is almost thirty and has an impressive career in real estate, she
is content with her existence--or so she believes--albeit her mother's regular
intrusion into her love life, intrusions that adversely affect the young woman.
Kristen has at least found comfort and gratification in a non-sexual, nine year
matrimony with Stephany Shae, her lifelong friend and pillar of strength &
Stephany persistently nudges Kristen into taking risks and living life to
its fullest, and provides solace whenever Kristen needs. She wants her friend
to be happy as much as enjoying life, and she'll go to great lengths to try and
see that Kristen is. She has never interfered in Kristen's love life before;
however, when an opportunity presents itself, Stephany follows fate and decides
to risk betraying her friend by playing matchmaker just once.
Twenty-four year old Phoenix Carlson's heart has been broken; leaving her
devastated even after six long years have passed. She is a mystery Kristen is
willing to explore even if she finds it virtually impossible to refrain from
expressing her lust for Phoenix when they're together. Phoenix's frequent
abstinence puzzles Kristen until the reason
Kristen's whole world is turned upside down suddenly and she finds
herself struggling to hold on to a love that she's letting slip through her
fingers as she is besieged with the pain of trying to understand and accept and
come to terms with what they both will lose if they remain together.
Just when Kristen thinks she has finally suffered enough, and is coming
out to be herself again—to feel again, an unexpected twist happens: all of the
emotions she had buried inside for the woman who had captured her heart from
the beginning start to resurface…
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"We Walk in Partial Forms is really a great book... A wonderful love
story... Torment explored, needs researched...and what one truly wants is
viewed as a fantasy, unable to be attained. Who defines love? Who points
a finger, and says, 'This is what you want and need to be happy'? No one. It's
as if love finds you. Whether our eyes are open to the truth or not. The trick
is to hold out for love, above all else, for, if one is strong enough, the
truth is there. Waiting. Watching. And finally reaching out. Passion
reaches the heart, and will not accept anything else. Lessons are learned, and
love does, finally, in the end, conquer all." --Sierra Wave
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Author's Note: I'd like to mention someone here for her steadfast
commitment to myself and this story, always the level headed one; putting up
with my ever changing moods and eye bleeds from beta reading this thing.
Thank you, Laura, if not for your support and dedication, this story wouldn't
be progressing as it is.