Between Friends

Between Friends Two women one African American one white have been the best of friends since childhood having grown up together in the same neighborhood When they attend the funeral of a mutual friend they both

  • Title: Between Friends
  • Author: Sandra Kitt
  • ISBN: 9780451191847
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two women, one African American, one white, have been the best of friends since childhood, having grown up together in the same neighborhood When they attend the funeral of a mutual friend, they both fall in love with the deceased s brother, testing the boundaries of their friendship as well as their mutual love for one man.

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    1. A divorced mid-thirty African American journalist Dallas Oliver has always felt torn between the worlds of her black father and her white mother she can hardly remember. Dallas Oliver refuses to let color stop the friendship that began in grade school with her white friend Valerie Holland. Until both Dallas and Valerie fell for Alex Marco, an ex-Navy SEAL haunted by a tragic death. As the secret of Dallas’s rose, a triangle of deception and desire begins to threaten Dallas’s deep bond with V [...]

    2. Sandra Kitt is a very thorough writer who tackles interracial relationships in their entirety. Between Friends depicts Black and White relationships at every angles. Its underlined message of the importance of love and friendships is apparent in this book as well as throughout all of her works. This book mysteriously keeps you guessing and unfolds wonderfully. The book is entertaining and easy to read. The story line will hold the interest of the reader. It has the right amounts of conflict, plo [...]

    3. Book #19 read in 2007I really enjoyed this book. It had and intricate plot, and I cared about the characters. Kitt is a great author and I want to check out more of her books!

    4. 5 starsLoved, loved it! 5 stars all the way. Beautiful written. I truly enjoyed all the characters, wish I could read more about Alex and Dalls' relationship. My only complain is that the book ended.

    5. First time reading Sandra Kitt and it nearly drove me mental bananas; yet I could not stop (It was like a train wreck that I couldn't help but watch What can I say). However, it was too much; just too much.It's like Sandra drew a list of ALL the issues that African-Americans have to deal with and decided that she, in a subtle yet totally obvious way, had to solve each and every one of those issues with this book. *We hear you, Sandra*There were way too many things happening in this book. Normall [...]

    6. I am a big fan of Sandra Kitt and this story did not disappoint. I first read this book when I was in my late teens and have probably read it well over five times since then. I didn't really find the main characters to be likeable (especially Dallas) but that didn't stop me from being drawn into their stories and actually sympathizing with them which I believe is a testament to Ms. Kitt’s writing ability. The book was also written with such vivid detail that I could actually envision most of t [...]

    7. IncompleteThe ending was anti climatic. The story had elements that definitely needed to be explored more. Valerie and Dallas relationship was peculiar to say the least. Ross was the element that I appreciated as he was the wild card. Still the story never quite finished and tied together. Thus the ranking of three stars. It plot development was striving to be great but then the different subject matters were not able to be developed properly. You have racial identity issues, parenting issues, f [...]

    8. This book is brilliant. I don't have enough adjectives in my vocabulary to tell you how much I enjoyed reading Between Friends. I loved the two main characters, Alex and Dallas. The narrative pacing was spot on. The plot and characters are well-developed and compelling right from the very beginning. I re-read this book approximately 1 x per year because it's simply an amazing story.

    9. I really enjoyed this book. This book covered much more than the long-term friendship between two girls. It was also about other types of friendships and relationships. I found myself disliking Valerie. She came across as very selfish and self absorbed. I found a real affinity for Dallas and Alex. Very, very good read!

    10. Sandra Kitt is know for writing great romance stories about interracial couples and she did not disappoint. It was an excellent read about an African American woman who is born with a Caucasian mother and an African American father, who falls in love with a Caucasian man. She also learned some secrets about her past and is trying to trust again.

    11. This book is a lot like experiences that i have had and I really could relate to it. i think all of her books are well written and are very honest about relationships and love; I think anyone can relate to her books. Whether they are in the situation are not.

    12. As Sandra Kitt delivered an excellent and intuitive story she has a great gift for storytelling this is a look at the complexity of relationships between individuals their friends and family

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