by Sandy HusebyJune, 1998
The complex challenges of relationships become even more so when lifelong friends discover long-kept secrets in Between Friends by Sandra Kitt.
Two women one black, one white are drawn to the same man. Dallas Oliver sees in Alex Marco the chance to reconcile with her painful past. Her friend, Valerie, sees the stability of a father figure for her daughter Megan, as well as something more. For Dallas, there's the added turmoil of reconciling her own white and black heritages in a world in which there are degrees of color.
Sandra Kitt brings candor and compassion to this vivid exploration of her characters' lives. Reviewed by Sandy Huseby.