Graduate Circles

Graduate Circles

A Women's Epistolary Novel

eBook - 2014
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From R. Barri Flowers, the award-winning writer and bestselling author of the heartfelt novel, Forever Sweethearts, comes a powerful and poignant women's epistolary novel: Graduate Circles. It's 1980, and college roommates, Jessica, Tammy, Kelly, and Gabriella, fresh off of receiving their MBAs from Michigan State University, spread across the globe and embark on their new lives, loves, and careers while experiencing the ups and downs, hopes and dreams, twists and turns, and success and failure that life brings. Jessica Cleary returns to her hometown of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, where she hopes to open a fashionable boutique and get her law student boyfriend, Brad, to put a ring on her finger. Tammy Fontaine lands a job at a prestigious New York City literary agency as a junior agent and tries to find romance while harboring a secret. Kelly Roxmire, fluent in several languages, is hired as a financial analyst at a bank in London, England, while dreaming of romance with a cosmopolitan man. Gabriella Weller returns home to Canada, where she gets a job teaching, though she longs to become an author and catch a break when it comes to romance. Over the next decade, the four friends communicate entirely through letters and postcards as they navigate through life, with the one constant being the camaraderie they share. Bonus material includes two complete short stories, "Love at the Fair" and Convinced," as well as excerpts from R. Barri Flowers' bestselling relationship novel Forever Sweethearts.--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : R. Barri Flowers, 2014
ISBN: 9781310594687
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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