A Salty Piece of Land - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

"Tree House of the Mayan Moon"

Tully is initially hurt that Donna Kay doesn't want to marry him, but he knows that that isn't what he wants. Donna Kay tells him about how much it hurt when he didn't show up in Belize and how Clark was there for her after it happened. Clark feels like he has stolen Donna Kay from Tully, and wanted to come to the island to set things straight with Tully, but Donna convinced him that this was something she had to do herself.

Tully starts to tell her his side of the story of why he didn't show up in Belize. He tells her that he has "been in love with you right up until the moment you told me you were marrying Clark" (pg. 117). He explains that he left because he was hiding something from his...

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