Just Between Friends
Love, friendship, and family made their bond unbreakable. Tragedy made it stronger. Jennifer was smart, sexy, and totally loyal to family and friends. She was also a black girl from a small town who married money—old money, white money. After discovering her husband of ten years was having an affair, she moved her family to Burnsville, Minnesota, to start a new life. There she met a group of strong, smart, sassy black women who taught her the meaning of true friendship. Jennifer had become comfortable with her life and girls' night out, the time when they got to be carefree. No talk of husbands, significant others, kids, or problems. Their secrets were safe and always just between friends.