A Winter's Promise - Pages 157 - 242 Summary & Analysis

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In “The Getaway,” Ophelia wrote a letter to her mother, inquiring about her family. She lied about her enjoyment of the Pole. Aunt Rosaline wrote an honest letter, complaining to the Doyenne about the Dragons’ plotting, but Ophelia believed that Thorn would not send her letter. One evening, Ophelia snuck out of the estate and explored the town. She encountered a handsome ambassador who was flirting with a lady. He saw Ophelia and asked who she was, since he knew everyone else in the Pole. In “The Garden,” Ophelia claimed to be a servant. When the ambassador, named Archibald, heard her accent, though, he knew that she was Thorn’s fiancée. He promised that he would not hurt her, but seemed delighted to be in her presence since it would bother Thorn. He walked with her. Ophelia lied and said that she...

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