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Despite the job being in a city she did not like, the suggested possible salary caused Tara to ignore her usual caution, if only just to have a look.

But she will come to regret it.

The people and circumstance were hardly what she had expected as neither were the consequences.

36 pages, Kindle Edition

Published November 28, 2019

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T.R. Robinson

14 books14 followers
T. R. Robinson is an author and reader, though unable to indulge the latter as much as would be liked. Nevertheless, a review of any book read is always prepared and, as a rule, posted.

Initial inspiration to write came from the less than ‘normal’ lives of both her ancestors and herself. The path to publishing had not been easy and much has been learnt along the way. Grateful for the generosity of so many, who freely shared their knowledge and experience, T. R. now seeks to do likewise through her website and integrated blog.

T. R. had varied employments, ranging from managing small electrical components, laboratory assistant, hospital orderly, waitress and much more in between. Her primary occupation is now that of an author in the process of which all her life experiences are drawn upon, whether memoir, autobiography or fiction Further information and explanations may be found at her website: http://www.trrobinsonpublications.com

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Author 3 books7 followers
February 15, 2020
Manipulation is the latest in the author’s novella series, Bitches, featuring her main character, Tara. The stories are fictional but based on the author’s life experiences.

Tara, beautiful and clever but naïve is offered a higher paid job in London. While reluctant to move to the city, she brushes off the niggling feelings of something wrong and agrees to check out the position and location.

The story title comes from the situation she finds herself in when others try to manipulate her for their own ends. Tara is left in a house where the activities are obviously not the type of employment, she was hoping it to be. Struggling to come to grips with her discovery she needs to find an escape.

Another good short read from the pen of TR Robinson. My rating 4*
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Author 25 books149 followers
January 3, 2020
A novella in which a naïve young lady is deceived and finds herself in a difficult situation. Even if the author had not put her name on the cover, I would have recognised her writing style from previous books. I felt a great empathy for the main character.
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