Best-selling author Sandra Kitt’s novel of interracial love and friendship.
Born to a white mother and an African-American father, Dallas Oliver has always felt like an outsider. Life gets more complicated when her mother dies and she moves in with her father and stepmother. The one saving grace is Dallas' unexpected friendship with a white girl named Valerie Holland. Decades later, they're still best friends. Dallas is a journalist for a controversial magazine and Valerie is a single mother. But their bond will be tested when they fall in love with the same man. Ex-Navy SEAL Alex Marco and Dallas both have histories shadowed by violence. But Alex is also haunted by his own tragedy. Narrated from the alternating perspectives of Dallas, Valerie, and Alex, Between Friends is a sensual, unforgettable story about friendship, secrets, and a love that transcends barriers.
©1998 Sandra Kitt (P)2014 Audible Inc.
if you have ever had a best friend or loved someone then you will find this book is a must read it touched on so many emotions and feelings , you feel like you know them . you feel as if you are looking at people who could be your family. It was read so well, it felt more like a movie Ms. Kitt has a way of writing that is truly amazing .
It was a good book but maybe it was mislabeled as a romance when it reads as chick lit. It seemed more about Dallas' self discovery and the romance aspect didn't start for over 9 hours into the book. I was intrigued enough to finish it but it can hardly be called romance,IMHO.
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