Two Girls in a Café

Two Girls in a Café

by Lawrence G. Taylor

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London, England: A young man becomes the subject of a contentious conversation between Felicity and Ruth. The two girls, American and British respectively, know or claim to know, him. They spotted him at a short distance from a cafe. Their impressions differ about his character. Moreover, Felicity's and Ruth's perspectives are contrasting, concerning a man's need to impress a woman during a love encounter which can easily lead to dishonesty. Ruth's critical reflection of the young man's personality traits is intended for Felicity as a warning. The question becomes whether Felicity's and Ruth's perceptions of the young man are accurate remains to be seen.

Amazon Review: "Contemporary, witty, honest and ironic". 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163571918
Publisher: Lawrence G. Taylor
Publication date: 08/10/2018
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 151 KB

About the Author

I was born in Guyana, immigrated to England; worked and studied in London, before taking up residence in Sweden, in autumn 1969. In the 70s, I tried my hand at writing, mostly short stories, a four-act closet drama, a novella, and an unfinished novel. I had then spent two years nurturing the ambition to become an author of some repute. But the going was tough, creating a feeling of insecurity for the future. In time, I shelved the idea and got a job as a hospital porter. I later did a BA (Eng. & Edu.). After a summer job at a psychiatric hospital, I decided to do a 4-term course for mental-health carers, Following that I completed the first of two stages of psychotherapy education and several short courses in cognitive therapy. After retirement, I did mental health counselling work for several years. In February 2016, my debut book appeared: Strangers In Another Country, a collection of two short stories and two novellas, available in ebook and paperback at Amazon. On 9th Dec. 2016, I published a novella, The Eternal Struggle: An Amorous Story. In March 2017, Two Girls in a Café, a short story appeared. Making Sense Of Past Time - a Novel available in paperback, and ebook format. Tell Me Who My Enemy Is - a four-act closet drama published this summer (2018). The Ballad of Calle and Maja - a short story published Nov 2018. Getting it Right, if Ever – Romance Novella available for pre-order; to be published 22nd Aug -19 Four Bittersweet Romances & A Four-Act Closet Drama was published 3rd Nov 2019. Regarding reviews of my books, reviews are available at MY BOOKS ARE UPDATED (Sept 2019). I have a Twitter account @lgt41 and a blog page: I’m a hobby photographer, and you can view several of my images at I sincerely hope you find my stories enjoyable, and a review of my books would be much appreciated. Lawrence G. Taylor

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