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Summary The Man From Tripoli

The Man From Tripoli

Ate that they should console each otherBut Lisa hadn't expected to end up in Libya married to Bryn And she wasn't going to remain married to a man who didn't really love h. Trust me Lisa It will be all rightLisa could have laughed How could she trust Bryn when he had taken advantage of her from the startThey had met outside the church where the man she loved had married Bryn s girl friend Bryn had suggested a drink together to ease their sorrows Lisa had recklessly agreed Why not It had seemed entirely appropriate that they should console each otherBut Lisa hadn t expected to end up in Libya married to Bryn And she wasn t going to remain married to a man who didn t really love her Einsteins Generation up in Libya married to Bryn And she wasn't going to remain married to a man who didn't really love h. Trust me Lisa It will be all rightLisa could have laughed How could she trust Bryn when he had taken advantage of her from the startThey had met outside the church where the man she loved had married Bryn s girl friend Bryn had suggested a drink together to ease their sorrows Lisa had recklessly agreed Why not It had seemed entirely appropriate that they should console each otherBut Lisa hadn t expected to end Electing Judges up in Libya married to Bryn And she wasn t going to remain married to a man who didn t really love her

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Trust me Lisa It will be all rightLisa could have laughed How could she trust Bryn when he had taken advantage of her from the startThey had met outside the church where t. Normally I d roll my eyes at the protagonists being so stupid stubborn and lacking in trust and communication skills as to let one Great Big Terrible Misunderstanding after another ruin the remnants of their dysfunctional toxic relationship But in the context of the story Kay Thorpe wrote it made sense because this was a marriage of convenience between two strangers each from such a different social educational and financial class that they would have been an ill fit even had they been in love when they marriedI think the author did a great job of writing the young neurotic obsessively jealous and emotional yo yo heroine in a very realistic manner That didn t particularly make her likable but I understood why she reacted the stupid and immature way she did to many situationsThe hero was likable in some ways if you can disregard his Old Skool complete lack of pcn

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He man she loved had married Bryn's girlfriend Bryn had suggested a drink together to ease their sorrows Lisa had recklessly agreed Why not It had seemed entirely appropri. Ok I took the plunge Boogenhagen and Naksed know what I mean This is not a particularly nice book The characters are not sympathetic nor likable Why the 4 stars Because I could not put it down Ended up sleeping way too late just to finish it and for that it gets a than ok ratingThe problem with the main characters is the lack of trust between them and for good reason They marry for the wrong reasons The husband is clearly an adulterer even if it happened before he was married He had an affair with his colleagues wife How low can someone go Even if the OW had been throwing herself at him this merely showed that he had no ethics at all They lived in a small ex pat community and he had no ualms about humiliating the OM who was his workmateI was actually glad in a way that it was this same OM who flirted with the heroine and was responsible for the Hero s jeal

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 188
  • The Man From Tripoli
  • Kay Thorpe
  • en
  • 24 May 2019
  • 9780263730319

About the Author: Kay Thorpe

Kay Thorpe was born on 1935 in Sheffield South Yorkshire England UK An avid reader from the time when words on paper began to make sense she developed a lively imagination of her own making up stories for the entertainment of her young friends After leaving school she tried a variety of jobs including dental nursing and a spell in the Women's Royal Airforce from which she emerged knowing



9 thoughts on “The Man From Tripoli

  1. says:

    The man from Tripoli hero picks up the beautiful jilted heroine at the wedding of her ex boyfriend to the chairman’s daughter He takes her out for tea and sympathy and then Netflix and chill dinner and drinks before they end up in

  2. says:

    The heroine annoyed me And I am a jealous jealous jealous person My husband says that is why I have green eyes And it really wasn't her jealousy that bothered me I think she had reason but her flirtation and kis

  3. says:

    Normally I'd roll my eyes at the protagonists being so stupid stubborn and lacking in trust and communication skills as to let one Great Big Terrible Misunderstanding after another ruin the remnants of their dysfunctional toxic relationship But

  4. says:

    Sooo normally I would agree with Naksed and Debbie that he did not cheat ButThis is Kay Thorpe and her H's will pounce on anything that looks interesting and moves no matter their marital status he flat out tells her at the end that he will

  5. says:

    I didn't like the immature MCs Also he might have cheated or not not sure about it That's irritating for me But the worst

  6. says:

    Ok I took the plunge Boogenhagen and Naksed know what I mean This is not a particularly nice book The characters are not sympathetic nor likable Why the 4 stars? Because I could not put it down Ended up sleeping way too late just to finish it and for that it gets a than ok ratingThe problem with the main characters is the lack of trust betwee

  7. says:

    Trust me Lisa It will be all rightLisa could have laughed How could she trust Bryn when he had taken advantage of her from the start?They had met outside the church where the man she loved had married Bryn's girl friend Bryn had suggested a drink together to ease their sorrows Lisa had recklessly agreed Why not?

  8. says:

    Good writing Awfully silly h

  9. says:

    Ο άνθρωπος από την Τρίπολη

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