A Spanish lover

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Random House, 1993 - Fiction - 334 pages
12 Reviews
ler in Britain, this passionate yet compellingly realistic novel is Trollope's most commercial to date. After a lifetime of not measuring up to her perfect twin sister, Lizzie, Frances decides to start playing by different rules. She takes a married lover, a Spanish Catholic who will never leave his wife, and--much to everyone's surprise--becomes the envy of Lizzie. 336 pp. Author tour. Print ads. 30,000 print.

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User Review  - Denise - Goodreads

"Perhaps that was what happened to you when you had chosen you down shirts and socks for fifteen years; you stopped looking as if somebody else had a hand in you, you stopped looking owned. . . . That ... Read full review

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User Review  - Miryam HaMagdal - Goodreads

There is quite a problematic question analysed in this book: what is eventually needed that a woman would be happy? This book presents the two most common scenarios: a traditional family with a caring ... Read full review


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About the author (1993)

Joanna Trollope has been writing fiction for more than 30 years. Some of her best known works include "The Rector's Wife" (her first #1 bestseller), "A Village Affair", " Other People's Children", and "Marrying the Mistress". She was awarded the OBE in the 1996 Queen's Birthday Honors List for services to literature. She lives in England.

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