Can you ever really forget your first lover?
Sandy and Jenny are college roommates and best friends, and only gradually do they realize their growing attraction to one another. They become secret, but passionate lovers, yet after graduation they drift apart. When they meet up again years later by chance, the two women must confront the choices they’ve made in life. Was theirs just a schoolgirl crush or the romance of a lifetime—about to be rekindled?
“Moving and thought-provoking. Nearly every question about lesbian identity is raised and considered at length. Nancy Toder is both genuine and intelligent.” – Jane Rule, The Body Politic
“Choices is not only a serious lesbian novel, but also one of the very few that succeeds in developing its characters believably over an extended time span. Well worth reading.” – Sojourner
“Choices really is a classic lesbian love story. It has everything required for a good read: plot, character, action, erotica. It may be the most popular novel since Rubyfruit Jungle.” – Off Our Backs
“I did more than simply read this book, I experienced it. Choices is a courageous novel. It can proudly take its place in a new genre of lesbian fiction.” – Gay Community News
“Nancy Toder is the Rita Mae Brown of the realistic.” – Lesbian News
Originally Published by Persephone Press 1980
Nancy Toder is the Rita Mae Brown of the realistic.
Choices really is a classic lesbian love story. It has everything required for a good read: plot, character, action, erotica. It may be the most popular novel since Rubyfruit Jungle.
A super novel, every lesbian will recognize a part of themselves in these pages. The classic "roommates in college" scenario, watch as each makes their own life's "choices."