[ PDF ] ✈ The Long Way Home Author Rachel Spangler – Valtrex-4.us

The Long Way Home They Say You Can T Go Home Again, But Raine St James Doesn T Know Why Anyone Would Want To Rory St James Was Disowned After She Came Out At Seventeen She Rebounded By Moving To Chicago, Changing Her Name To Raine And Putting Down Her Hometown To Audiences Around The Country Now, Ten Years Later, Too Old To Be Considered A Gay Youth, Broke, Evicted, And Fresh Off A Much Needed Break Up, Raine St James Is Forced To Accept A Job Teaching At Bramble University In Darlington, The Town She S Been Publicly Bashing For The Last Decade.Beth Devoroux Was Born And Raised In Darlington Despite Losing Her Parents At A Young Age, She Is Well Loved By Everyone Who Knows Her She Leads A Comfortable Life With Good Job At Bramble University, A Long Term But Closeted Relationship, Friends That She Can Count On, And Everything She Thinks She Wants, So Why Is She So Drawn To A Rabble Rouser Like Raine St James Can Raine And Beth Face Their Pasts And Come To Terms With Their Differences In Order To Have Any Hope For A Future Together

    10 thoughts on “[ PDF ] ✈ The Long Way Home Author Rachel Spangler – Valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    Loved it Rachel Spangler is rapidly becoming one of my favourite authors This is another great example of how there s just enough angst to add tension to a story without making it overwrought I love how sweet her books are.2017 reread I still ...


  2. says:

    As a young gay woman living in a small town, Rory faced prejudice Her parents disowned her and she was forced to leave town In Chicago she made a living talking about her experiences living in small town America, about facing prejudice and being made to feel like less of a person because she was gay Now after 10 years she has accepted a job as a guest lecturer and returned to her home town There is a lot this book could have been but isn t There was a case just last week in the US where a lesbian couple were beaten up by a group of men There have been cases where gay men and women have been murdered for ...


  3. says:

    Did not finish the audiobook.I got about 20% into the book and I had to stop I did.not.like.any.of.the.characters Especially, Rory aka Raine who returns to her hometown She says she was thrown out of her house when she was 17yrs old after she revealed that she was a lesbian The way it was written, it sounded like that her parents yelled at her and she left immediately, not giving them a chance...


  4. says:

    I read the first two of Rachel Spangler s novels, and while they weren t bad, this one is clearly her best work so far.It s a good read with three dimensional characters and a lot of layered emotions Nothing is just black or white in this novel it shows the shades of gray.I can recommend this novel.


  5. says:

    When I first read The Long Way Home, I gave it 3 stars I m moving it up to 4 Rory still gets a bit too much on my nerves but having read the other Darlington romances, I enjoyed the whole atmosphere a lot , for some reason Or maybe I m just in a better mood, I don t ...


  6. says:

    2nd book by the same author which I ve now read Loved the characters even though the 2 MCs irritate me at times , the plot and throughly enjoyed the book From the book, you ll get some insights when an individual come out from both perspectives parents ...


  7. says:

    Review rant that has nothing to do with how amazing this book is lmaooo Ok so I read this and I read Close To Home also and am I the only one that puts Raine and Kelly at the same level of villainy or maybe even worse Like don t get me wrong I wanted to slap some sense into Kelly too lol but I was bummed about how Raine is obsessed with this concept of pushing people out of the closet and how someone is not a real lesbian cause they are closeted Maybe I m sensitive cause i m from a community where it s legal for ...


  8. says:

    This is a really touching romance set in small town america and the changing attitudes to homosexuality.I enjoyed both the setting and the characters, particularly the emotional development of the main protagonist from outright fear, to nervous acceptance and finally a happy conclusion hey, it s a romance what were you expecting.Not having experienced small town USA for myself, the author s portrayal f...


  9. says:

    My third Spangler book read Though I ve read a fourth since I read this one here Before July I d read zero Of the four Spangler books I ve read, this is the second that included a college professor And of the four I ve read, this one has the character I least like Raine St James.Part of it is her superior than thou attitude Her I m a real lesbian, you You make me laugh, angrily, you You are nothing than a fake attitude And it s based on what exactly Seriously I read the book and kept waiting for the big reveal.Rory St James was beloved One of the most popular, maybe even the most popular teenagers in the small town of Darlington Illinois One night, in a fit of whimsy, she confessed to being a lesbian To her parents The mother stammered in confusion The father roared at her Something like there s no way you are gay So, Rory, being horrified by the response from her coming out, fled To Chicago Started calling herself Raine Made a huge career out of being a 17 year old who got tossed out on her ear for being gay she wasn t, she got yelled at and so she fled At least that was the story I got That dribbled out I kept waiting for the extra little something or other to drop.So Spends the next ten years harping o...


  10. says:

    To queer teens Your anger is valid and righteous and yours to do with as you please You don t owe forgiveness to anyone who has hurt you You don t need to reconcile with horrible people to be a whole, happy adult Blood means nothing Family is who you choose I m so fucking sorr...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *