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Terrified and desperate to belong, she sold her soul one piece at a time.
I enjoyed this book, it was very much like watching a prison drama. The atmosphere and setting reminded me a little of the TV series Bad Girls. Paperbackpages. This is the third book I’ve read by Cooper bayne I am loving her work thus far.
Hard Times by Blayne Cooper
I loved this book. A couple of years later, her work was published.
I just re-read this book andis had to change my rating from four to five stars because I loved it even more the second time around. Jun 06, Jade rated it it was amazing Shelves: The only reasons I can pinpoint are: In many ways, they show a lot of internal and external scars that, while they get their happy ending, we know they still have some work to do. Diferente, pero en el harx sentido,trama interesante, sorpresas y giros al final muy bueno.
The backdrop of the story was depressingly and I would argue almost unnecessarily bleak and many of the secondary characters just seemed downright mean and downtrodden. She survived to sit atop the ever-shifting trash heap of prison society. Lorna was so powerful, but also so fragile, this made her very human.
And there are plenty of scenes that are very hot, the chemistry is very present between the main characters. It’s a story about pain, trust, love, and hope.
Santa rated it really liked it Aug 09, Jennifer rated it liked it Jun 07, Blayne Cooper has also written under the pen name Advocate. So why not 4 or 5? I’m pretty damn happy she has other bo I need some new words to describe the books I read but I guess the usual words get the point across.
A gregarious son completed the family in Want to Read saving…. This was a great book! No trivia or quizzes yet.
The first part was really good. The history is well narrated. Oct 27, Ling rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mostly sad despite the happy ending. I enjoy Cooper’s writing and this is one of her better entries. I would recommend to anyone who enjoys a bit of tension in their entertainment. Today, she is a project manager for a legal publishing company by day, and writer by night. Funny, smart, and heartfelt, this book has all the qualities that make Cooper’s stories so captivating.
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Lorna is really emotionally messed up by the abuse she experienced in the past and the further conditioning she receives in prison, but she is fundamentally a good person, you can see it in the way she treats Kelli I enjoy Cooper’s writing and this is one of her better entries. Books by Blayne Coooer.
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Yay for new to me authors! The characters were well rounded and the dialogue between them flowed naturally. Lesbians in prison, who could resist? Blayne loves travel, reading, and spending long, sleepless nights crouched over her computer cokper search of the perfect timmes that will make people laugh or weep uncontrollably.
Some moments are heartbreaking, some others are really sweet, but all are very beautiful. Still an ok read I guess. With each novel she tackles cooprr new personal writi Blayne Cooper has also written under the pen name Advocate. Nov 25, Megzz rated it really liked it Shelves: Lorna is really emotionally messed up by the abuse she experienced in the past and the further conditioning she receives in prison, but she is fundamentally a good person, you can see it in the way she treats Kellie and some of the other inmates.
Nov 08, Weetniet7 rated it liked it. Together, Kellie and Lorna navigate through an oppressive, hidden world where the lines had right and wrong blur, sexual passion is forbidden but explosive, and love is the biggest risk of all.
They all tie up neatly in the end, but Cooper manages to make me believe that our leads weren’t going to get out of the prison unscathed. I’m pretty damn happy she has other books for me to read too.
That the book takes place in prison, I find very interesting. The interaction between her and Kellie was a pleasure to read. It’d be a completely unbelievable book if everything was light and happy. Open Preview See a Problem?