Jacqueline Keys was ostracized from her small hometown of Pine Springs, Texas when she was seventeen, sent away because she was gay. Her family was the. Buy a cheap copy of Behind the Pine Curtain book by Gerri Hill. Jacqueline Keys was ostracized from her small hometown of Pine Springs, Texas when she was. But living behind the pine curtain, Kay is afraid of her love for Jackie, afraid of what her family will say, afraid of how the town will react.

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But all in all nice. Oct 10, Leila Anani rated it geri it Shelves: Lambda Literary Awards Gerri Hill: Buy the selected items together This item: Get to Know Us.

Behind the Pine Curtain by Gerri Hill

I very quickly became thoroughly irritated by the endless repetition of certain situations and phrases, such as “their blue eyes locked”, “they locked eyes”, “their blue eyes met” and “their eyes locked blue on blue”. Her mother could not accept the fact that her And I would hil liked to hear Kay’s thoughts more. She wouldn’t rekindle her friendship with Kay.

Some of the family matters take up more time than I’d like. Friends to lovers, a satisfying over arching plot, tugging on all the emotional heartstrings, just so good.

It could have been really good It was Not bad for an easy light read, but the story felt like it was written by a teenager who doesn’t know much about life, love or relationships. It’s just got everything that I love. Reading this book after Hunter’s Way was probably a mistake because Behind the Pine Curtain seemed so boring.


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I found this book and it was just the ticket. However, I was always happy with the way it ends even though it would have allowed for a pretty nifty sequel.

The book also gets a bit repetitive with all the musing about how to deal with this or that. Here’s to wishful thinking. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

Behind the Pine Curtain by Gerri Hill

She and Kay had been inseparable as kids, and later as teens. Two women who missed the first clues finally get to put it all together. The slow realization from the LI that she’s not that straight is fairly okay. The characters are kind and caring.

Behind the Pine Curtain

If she hadn’t gone back she wouldn’t have found out the truth about her family and what her father’s death really means. I fell in love with the characters very quickly and memorised some of their lines, which is always a This was one of the very first lesfic books I ever read and I have dipped in and out of it many times over the years. I think the blue eyes and the blue eyes meeting and blue eyes locking must have been mentioned about 50 mill times.



I also like Jackie’s strength – in the scene where she takes over her father’s lumber business she totally kicks ass. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Aug 15, Arien rated it really liked it Shelves: Fifteen years later—long after she’d hitch-hiked to Los Angeles, long after she’d worked nights to put herself through college, and long after she’d written her first best seller, No Place For Family—Jacqueline is persuaded to go back to the tiny town of Pine Springs after her father’s death.

Can’t go wrong with a Gerri Hill book very enjoyable romance. It’s probably too much to ask but you never know. But then the sex scene was meh, the obligatory problem keeping them apart overly dramatic, and the ending too abrupt with nothing resolved but that the LI has decided she can’t live without the MC. She and Kay had been inseparable as kids, and later as teens.

A nice, easy read to spend a few hours with Jackie and Kay.