When We Were Friends
By Nancy Yeager
Escalating danger, accelerating romance.
Taunt, intricate and ultimately warm-hearted, When We Were Friends is one of the best girlfriend friendship stories I’ve read.
Grabbing me from the first sentence, my curiosity quickly morphed to caring for Frannie, a parolee just freed from prison who served time to cover up a crime for her BFF Lexi. Frannie has a plan to see Lexi one last time, tie up loose ends and disappear—only to find the past doesn’t clean up quite so neatly, especially when a horrific enemy plots revenge.
Author Yeager has a knack for drawing characters with just the right snark hellbent on covering up their vulnerability. And Yeager’s romance chops are on full titillating display when Francie is re-introduced to an old crush.
Escalating danger, accelerating romance—When We Were Friends is one fun precipitous ride! I highly recommend it.