Behind the Pine Curtain by Gerri Hill

Jackie and Kay were best friends since early childhood. They were inseparable until their senior year in high school, when Jackie realized that she felt drawn to Kay in a way that was much more than just friendly. After coming out to her rich and powerful parents, they put her on a bus out of town with $100 in her pocket.

Fifteen years later, she returns to Pine Springs, Texas for her father’s funeral. Jackie reunites with Kay and the friends still feel that connection that they’ve always shared. But they’re different women now, with some serious baggage.

I enjoyed this short book very much. Hill’s writing style is so easy to lose yourself in and her characters are strong, yet vulnerable. I wished that there was more of the story but still felt satisfied at the end.

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