Savannah Jackson - This character is the first of the four friends to be introduced in the novel as she in the final stages of planning a move from Denver, Colorado, to Phoenix, Arizona. She is a professional woman, who moves frequently when the men she meets in the various cities in which she lives do not meet her emotional needs.
Bernadine Harris - This character represents the classic story of a young wife who sacrifices her own education and career in favor of her husband's professional life. She has helped her husband achieve fantastic success in the establishment of his own business under the caveat that they are working as a team toward their mutual future, but when her husband leaves her for a younger woman, her self-esteem is more seriously wounded when she learns that her husband's new love is a white woman.
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