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Rachel-K
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Teresa

We learn immediately about Teresa that she is astonishingly beautiful and that she is tormented by a brutal ex-husband. Do you pity her? Do you trust her?
 
What do you make of the dangerous dramatics of Teresa's marriage?
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Kat727
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Re: Teresa

i never like teresa because i felt like she wasn't trustworthy. i think that she really liked attention and embellished her martial problems.
peace and love
Kaylee/Kat
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Rachel-K
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Re: Teresa

Did your feelings about her change at all once Paul actually meets her ex? 
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ostenji
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Re: Teresa

I felt bad for Teresa because I feel as if she's lost in life and using her looks to get by. I'm wondering if she ever really was into Paul or if she was with him because he felt safe. It seems as if some girls use their beauty to sleep or be with men to fill an empty void in their lives.
I'm only half way through the book and heard rumors that she appears again so maybe I'll change my opinion!
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Re: Teresa

What do you guys think of the way she tries to use a lie to convince Paul of the truth? What must she have been thinking?
 
Is your response similar to Paul's?
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Kat727
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Re: Teresa

after paul met her ex my opinion didn't really change, he just seemed depressed to me. and i could never get over teresa's measures to assure paul.
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Kaylee/Kat
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