SUMMARYTwin Problems is the story of identical twin brothers who gradually grew apart, because of their different natures. Harvey is the precocious, adventurous one who spends his time looking for fun and excitement, with no concern for theMoreSUMMARYTwin Problems is the story of identical twin brothers who gradually grew apart, because of their different natures.
Harvey is the precocious, adventurous one who spends his time looking for fun and excitement, with no concern for the consequences of his actions.This is because when thing go awry, which they did with regular monotony, he passed the blame onto his twin brother Hartley, who was a very different character.
He was a conscientious, hard-worker and shrugged off the blame for misdemeanours heaped on his shoulders by Harvey as something he had to endure.Life for both brothers became more difficult, when Harvey discovered that he could not only pass on the blame for wayward activities to his brother, but he could pretend to be his brother on occasion.
This gave him license to thrill and things soon developed out of control.Hartley was a talented musician with an enduring love for the classics. When Harvey tells him of unpublished manuscripts by Tchaikovsky that he has located in Russia, he cannot wait to get his hands on them, because they will also bring him fame and fortune. No matter what the cost in money or personal sacrifice, Hartley decides that he must have these musical manuscripts and he sets off to recover them.The main cause of friction between the twins that led to nearly all their problems in life, were the numerous love affairs with various women.
It started in High School with their various sweethearts, and continued as adults, because neither of them could resist a beautiful woman. They fall in love and enjoy torrid affairs with abandon, and it adds considerable spice to their lives.Hartley’s attitude towards lovemaking with his wife Juliette is very different to his conquests with other women, so when an opportunity to for a flirtation comes her way, she has to decide whether to choose loyalty or passion. Over the years, Harvey teases Griselda, the mother of his best friend Fabien, remorselessly about wining and dining her, taking her to the Opera and giving her a good time, without ever keeping his promises.
When an opportunity for revenge appears, Griselda takes it.This contemporary romance by Helen Byrd the Best Selling author of “Short Story Romances” contains descriptive love scenes.