If only her life was as great as Kate’s.
They’d been high school friends, and while Kate’s established father had landed her a job in a conglomerate, Pam’s carpenter father could do no such thing.
“Congratulations!” Pam cried as they met fifteen years later. She was a school teacher and Kate—well, she had a career colleagues, neighbours, and even friends were jealous of. A seven-figure salary, a comfortable house, another new car—it was everything Pam had dreamt of.
Kate said nothing. Under her father’s constant shadow, she couldn’t even treat her friend for dinner without her father’s approval.