|Alma Mater (2001) [Novel]|
by Rita Mae Brown
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At the start of senior year at William & Mary, the six-foot-tall, raven-haired beauty Victoria "Vic" Savedge finds her future mapped out in detail. She will marry Charly Harrison, the son of one of Virginia's most prominent families. Though branded by a fiery streak of independence, Vic hasn't really considered any other options. Until she meets a woman named Chris.
As for Chris, though instantly captivated by Vic, she is also drawn to the entire quirky but charming Savedge family. Neither can resist their mutual attraction - an attraction that erupts into a passion that will change the course of their lives.
To embrace her true sexuality and sacrifice happiness with a man whom she truly loves are the wrenching decisions that Vic must face. It is a struggle at once terrifying and exhilarating. Just when she makes up her mind, she discovers that fate has its own surprising plan awaiting in the wings.
Original title: Alma Mater
Genre: Fiction→ Gay & Lesbian→ Lesbian