The Last Train Home

Free Read The Last Train Home - by Blayne Cooper - The Last Train Home, The Last Train Home It might have been the Gilded Age for the likes of Rockefeller and Carnegie but newly arrived immigrants and poverty stricken Americans packed into Manhattan s teeming Lower Eastside were lucky to mak Free Read The Last Train Home - by Blayne Cooper - The Last Train Home, The Last Train Home It might have been the Gilded Age for the likes of Rockefeller and Carnegie but newly arrived immigrants and poverty stricken Americans packed into Manhattan s teeming Lower Eastside were lucky to mak

  • Title: The Last Train Home
  • Author: Blayne Cooper
  • ISBN: 9781933113265
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
The Last Train Home

Free Read The Last Train Home - by Blayne Cooper, The Last Train Home, Blayne Cooper, The Last Train Home It might have been the Gilded Age for the likes of Rockefeller and Carnegie but newly arrived immigrants and poverty stricken Americans packed into Manhattan s teeming Lower Eastside were lucky to make ends meet In this tumultuous time factory worker Virginia Chisholm hopes for but her dreams go up in smoke when a tenement blaze rips her family apart Aided by LindIt might ha Free Read The Last Train Home - by Blayne Cooper - The Last Train Home, The Last Train Home It might have been the Gilded Age for the likes of Rockefeller and Carnegie but newly arrived immigrants and poverty stricken Americans packed into Manhattan s teeming Lower Eastside were lucky to mak

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The Last Train Home

About “Blayne Cooper

  • Blayne Cooper

    Blayne Cooper has also written under the pen name Advocate She is the Royal Academy of Bards 2005 Hall of Fame Author and a recipient of the 2014 Academy of Bards Lifetime Achievement Award.Born in Northern California in January 1969, Blayne Cooper is the best selling author of a variety of fiction ranging from mystery romance to outrageous parody With each novel she tackles a new personal writing challenge The result is a diverse collection of lesbian fiction.Blayne has held a number of interesting, and sometimes rather unusual jobs sunflower sexer , and completed a stint as a Combat Medic in the Army National Guard Today, she is a project manager for a legal publishing company by day, and writer by night.In 1990 Blayne graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A degree in political science The next year she married and in 1995 she graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law and was admitted into the Oklahoma Bar Association.That same summer, her spirited daughter was born A gregarious son completed the family in 1997 She easily ranks her children as her greatest accomplishment.Blayne has always harbored an interest in fiction, but it wasn t until 1998 that she tried her own hand at writing by reaching out to an online audience A couple of years later, her work was published While she enjoys the challenge of working in multiple genres, it s writing about the humor found in everyday life that gives her the most pleasure.Blayne loves travel, reading, and spending long, sleepless nights crouched over her computer in search of the perfect words that will make people laugh or weep uncontrollably She s still looking, but having a great time on the journey.A rolling stone at heart, Blayne currently resides in the Midwest with her loving spouse, two children, and Wheaton Terrier from the author s website



273 thoughts on “The Last Train Home

  • Really sweet, if a little slow, teen historical romance the book depicts life in New York near the turn of the century as a bleak, cold and crowded landscape There s some great small details that show off the research Cooper did, such as the Charity hospital on Blackwell s Island The island is currently known as Roosevelt Island, but before that, it was known for the very same hospital and asylum complex that is mentioned in the book The one thing that really slows down the book is how unlucky b [...]


  • I liked the beginning, a number of different misfortunes that lead to two women to the hospital, but in general I like twisted things So this meeting will make one of them agrees to help find the family of the other woman.Problems, problems and problems along the way Final paragraph for people who didn t understand is the typical humor of Blayne, obviously they didn t read anything of her.A book better of your famous writers owners of editorials Yes Literature Nope, she s not Sarah Waters Geez [...]


  • I enjoyed the characters and the story, but just seemed like I could not get to the end Once I finally did, I was happy But was not happy with the post script, thought to much was dumped into it If I could give a 1 2 star this would get 3.5 stars.



  • The story is interesting and the characters likable, but the writing, like most lesbian fiction, isn t the highest quality.


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