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Fiction
Author: Patricia Hodge,Joanna Trollope
ISBN: 0001047175
Subcategory: Contemporary
Publisher HarperCollins Audio; Abridged edition (October 25, 1993)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.7
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by Patricia Hodge,Joanna Trollope


Lizzie and Frances are twins, together forming part of a unit. At least that's the way Lizzie sees things.

Lizzie and Frances are twins, together forming part of a unit. Lizzie is the twin who has everything, husband, children, a flourishing career and a beautiful house and worries about Frances who seems to lead a solitary life in London ricocheting from one disastrous man to the next. Then one day Frances announces she isn't coming to Lizzie's for Christmas, she's going to Spain instead.

Joanna Trollope is the author of a number of historical and contemporary novels including The Choir, A Village Affair, A Passionate Man, The Rector’s Wife, The Men and the Girls and A Spanish Lover. Sometimes her books follow life so closely that there cannot be a "happy ending" or the conclusion we would like it to have. This is true of the Spanish Lover;it is fairly obvious that there can be no satisfactory development for the lovers ;she has chosen motherhood over her lover although she would like to have her cake and eat it but.

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Luis had first brought her to the Alcázar the summer before, on a day of such blinding heat that she had felt she was in a dream. He had led her through the colonnaded courts and tiled rooms of the Palace, the Moorish arches and domes and arabesques so strangely muddled up with the Renaissance columns and galleries.

A Spanish Lover book. I met Joanna Trollope in London a few years back, as part of a writing competition

A Spanish Lover book. Lizzie was the twin who always got everything right, while Frances. I met Joanna Trollope in London a few years back, as part of a writing competition. She was a great facilitator, making sure everyone had their say. Also, very posh, but of the charming rather than irritating kind.

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Joanna Trollope CBE (/ˈtrɒləp/; born 9 December 1943) is an English writer. She has also written under the pseudonym of Caroline Harvey. Her novel Parson Harding's Daughter won in 1980 the Romantic Novel of the Year Award by the Romantic Novelists' Association. Trollope was born on 9 December 1943 in her grandfather's rectory in Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, England, daughter of Rosemary Hodson and Arthur George Cecil Trollope.

Books related to A Spanish Lover. Joanna Trollope: The Other Family & A Village Affair. Then one day Frances announces she isn't coming to Lizzie's for Christmas, she's going to Spain instead

A love story set against a stunning Spanish landscape. It explores the themes of possessiveness and guilt, motherhood, marriage and late flowering. By the author of "The Rector's Wife" and "The Choir".
BlackHaze
I always find Trollope's style makes for easy reading and her insight into human nature especially family relationships so very perceptive and apt. Sometimes her books follow life so closely that there cannot be a "happy ending" or the conclusion we would like it to have.This is true of the Spanish Lover;it is fairly obvious that there can be no satisfactory development for the lovers ;she has chosen motherhood over her lover although she would like to have her cake and eat it but it is not going to happen. This is why I could not give it five stars;I was left hanging in mid-air as it were. But,still very much a good read for its literary style and character portrayal I recommend this and Trollope's other novels .
I love Mercedes
I was a little disappointed in this effort from Joanna I don't think it was as good as her earlier works. As a rule I really like the way she developes her characters getting down to the nitty gritty of their character. However this book which was largely about the relationship between twin sisters annoyed me a little and I fail to see how any man could put up with these insecure women.
It is certainly worth the read as Joanna Trollope is a cut above you average Fiction writer, but not her best effort.
Lemana
well written story - especially if you are a twin
Ishnllador
It was exciting to see how different twins can live
Siatanni
A great read. We all seem so ordinary until circumstances test us. That's when we realise we, and others around us, are not quite as we think. Joanna Trollope always delights with her insights into "normal" life.
cyrexoff
I enjoyed the story and related to the characters..I prefer a book in which the people feel 'real' ,and this one filled the bill
Marinara
Service was fast and efficient and book was exactly as described. Would not hesitate to purchase from this dealer again.
The plot is simple. Twins are born. The first twin gets married and has four children. The other does not. Second twin goes to Spain and has an affair with a married man. She gets pregnant and has a child. The first twin in shocked. The end. The author thinks in 1950's style stories. I mean, is Spain so exotic to the people of the British Isles? It has been one of the most overcrowded destination for the people of the United Kingdom for ages. Kind of a silly story. Read something worth your time, unless you think that having a friend from Spain will make a woman wear gold hoop earrings in her ears instead of pearls. (This was in the book.) I kept wondering when the real story would begin. It didn't.