Absolute Forgiveness

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Absolute Forgiveness

Author: Addison Paisley

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595607624

Page: 178

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Struggling to deal with her mother's tragic death and in love with Heather, a woman she thinks she cannot have-Andrea Reynolds decides to leave it all behind and start her life over again. When fate intervenes, bringing Andrea, unexpectedly, back into Heather's life, both women struggle with their emotions. Seeing Heather again, after eight years, sends Andrea sliding into a self-destructive tailspin. She can't eat, she can't sleep, and she can't find a way to move on. Seeing Heather again wasn't part of her precisely executed plan. Still scorned by Andrea's actions, Heather fights to hold on to her anger. The pain remains, but her heart and her body have minds of their own. Their journey is marred by obstacles and misunderstandings. Unfortunate timing is a constant barrier; and, Rebecca, Heather's deceptive and vindictive ex-girlfriend, refuses to let go. Loving each other is easy-forgiving each other seems almost impossible.

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