Infidelity for First-Time Fathers

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  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Infidelity for First-Time Fathers
  • Mark Barrowcliffe
  • English
  • 26 January 2017
  • 0312316178

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Infidelity for First-Time Fathers The party invitations that used to read Bring Bottles and First Aid kit 8pm till police raid now say Ben is one Help us celebrate Please leave quietly before afternoon nap It seems that life is moving on but Dag is not quite ready to move with it When his fianc e becomes pregnant, Dag panics, and begins an affair with the much younger Cat But when Cat announces her pregnancy, Dag is faced with a terrifying dilemma that Barrowcliffe paints with his signature with and humor. New Download eBook Infidelity for First-Time Fathers By Mark Barrowcliffe – hillviewbedandbreakfast.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Infidelity for First-Time Fathers

  1. Anna Klein says:

    Stewart Dagman Dag , a mid thirties British bloke, is engaged to be married to his live in girlfriend of ten years, Andrea Ellis And guess what She s pregnant But Dag also has this fresh young bit on the side, Cat Gray, and guess what She s pregnant too So what s a guy to do On one hand, I found INFIDELITY FOR FIRST TIME FATHERS side splittingly funny even the thoroughly British parts that a poor American like me didn t get Dag is being assailed by a fiancee whose desire for the phys Stewart Dagman Dag , a mid thirties British bloke, is engaged to be married to his live in girlfriend of ten years, Andrea Ellis And guess what She s pregnant But Dag also has this fresh young bit on the side, Cat Gray, and guess what She s pregnant too So what s a guy to do On one hand, I found INFIDELITY FOR FIRST TIME FATHERS side splittingly funny even the thoroughly British parts that a poor American like me didn t get Dag is being assailed by a fiancee whose desire for the physical is much greater than his own, and Barrowcliffe does a hilarious job of describing the way men in their thirties and forties are continually cruising for women in their twenties The story is a comic roller coaster, the reader propelled from one twist to the next I don t think there s a single potential...

  2. Ainsley says:

    You soon realise why this book is in the bargain bin The author has clearly read a bit of Tony Parsons and Nick Hornby and said I ll have a piece of that, thank you If you took out the over wrought metaphors, you d have nothing left Started out with promise, but rapidly headed into territory tha...

  3. Ian says:

    Garbage Six pages of long winded, crude, laddish humour was enough I used to never abandon books, but life is too short and I knew this was just going to annoy me.

  4. Faiza Yousuf says:

    Nope, not my type I didn t find it funny and it was a drag Won t recommend it.

  5. Hannah Polley says:

    I really didn t like this book and would have given it only 1 star but I did actually find it quite easy to get through so I moved it up to 2 stars To be fair to the book, I was predisposed to dislike it just from the title I hate books about men who have reached their 30s and try to justify infidelity by a mid life crisis Stewart is the horrible and unhappy protagonist in this book He does actually want children just not with the person he has been in a relationship with for 8 years Ra I really didn t like this book and would have given it only 1 star but I did actually find it quite easy to get through so I moved it up to 2 stars To be fair to the book, I was predisposed to dislike it just from the title I hate books about men who have reached their 30s and try to justify infidelity by a mid life crisis Stewart is the horrible...

  6. Sheu Quen says:

    As all books are to me, the beginning can be a little slow and dull But once I passed the first few chapters, the pace of the storyline gradually picks up But with this book, I was intrigued the moment I started I was surprised that it began with an introduction of who the character is and what sort of person he is Mark Barrowcliffe certainly jumped straight into deep waters and enjoyed himself wallowing in it Trouble was already afoot and the author just knew how to make ...

  7. Vanessa says:

    Spoilers Not the worst thing I ever read, but two things bothered me about this book.1 The author is extremely long winded in all of his humor I felt like I had read two paragraphs until he got to the punchline, and by then I had forgotten what in the hell he was talking about 2 The author did the thing I hoped he wouldn t do, which is have the protagonist s fiancee cheat on him too, so it almost justified that he cheated as well And he made the baby not his Oh, isn t everything wrapped u Spoilers Not the worst thing I ever read, but two things bothered me about this book.1 The author is extremely long winded in all of his humor I felt like I had read two paragraphs until...

  8. Roger says:

    I stumbled across this while browsing the library stacks and I m glad I did I love this book It s a manual of everything that can go wrong in a man s life after between the quarter life and mid life crises Stewart Dag finds himself having to choose between his pregnant fiancee and his equally pregnant bit on the side This modern day Hamlet does a spectacular job of digging an even deeper hole Throw in some nimble dialogue, witty commentary, and apt insight from the oddest places and this I stumbled across this while browsing the library stacks and I m glad I did I love this book It s a manual of everything that can go wrong in a man s life after between the quarter life and mid li...

  9. Erin says:

    I was hoping this would be a little grittier It was actually a light hearted comedy that turns out exactly as one expects it to I liked the honestly and the character s lack of ability to make any sort of adult decision for himself I might know a few men like this and he draws out every terrible...

  10. michele says:

    This book was definitely on my list of embarrassed to admit I read it books I was going through a let s just call it thought provoking period of my life and was somewhat bitter, you could say The title speaks for itself as to the content of the book It was mildly entertaining enough, though.