Far From the Tree Setting

Robin Benway
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Maya's House

Maya lives in a modest mansion that Grace's parents remark looks like a mausoleum inside. Along her staircase are displayed family pictures of Maya and her sister Lauren. The pictures by the staircase are a center of anxiety for Maya and Joaquin. Maya thinks that her dark hair makes her look like she does not fit in to her family of redheads. The pictures serve as a reminder that she does not belong. The pictures make Joaquin consider that no one ever took or kept baby pictures of him; he thinks no one care enough to want to keep his memories safe.

Grace and Maya first meet during a dinner party in her house. Grace's dad thinks that he is not dressed formally enough for the occasion and Maya's father is wearing a suit. Grace's dad thinks that it looks like a place out of Architectural Digest...

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