Brief plot: Bridget & Lacey have been homeless prostitutes and best friends for years, but become torn apart when Lacey meets and falls in love with an upstanding pre-med student, David. Lacey doesn't tell David her dirty little secret, so to win her back, Bridget tips him off. Dumped, lost and alone, Lacey runs off to discover herself and learns the awful and mysterious truths about her broken family, betrayals and heartbreak, and Bridget's sordid past. The tone is somber but interspersed with witty observations; it's written in first person from Lacey's perspective, and she's reflective and somewhat intelligent, a student of the world. What genre do you think this is? I'm not even sure whether it's literary or commercial fiction, because I feel like it's a commercial-type plot with literary-style writing. I'm always leaning toward urban fiction, because it's set in the city and because of the plot and the characters. However, urban fiction is mainly written by and about minorities, which I'm not. But almost all the characters are minorities except for Bridget, who's white. Please help! Thanks!