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Almost Heaven Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 29-32 Summary

Judith McNaught
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Chapters 29-32 Summary

Elizabeth greatly enjoys the wedding reception, especially touched by Ian arranging a reproduction of the arbor where they first danced on the night they met. When Ian suggests that they retire, Elizabeth is shocked that he wants to leave before any of their guests until he explains that it is tradition for the newly married couple to leave the reception before any of the guests are allowed to retire. In her bedroom, Elizabeth wonders where Ian will sleep. Elizabeth knows nothing of the intimacy between married couples. When Ian comes into the room and suggests they lay in her bed together, Elizabeth is shocked. However, Ian is gentle with her and Elizabeth soon discovers she enjoys the intimacy between married couples. Elizabeth and Ian quickly settle into marital bliss. Elizabeth learns a great deal about her new husband, including the fact that he is an...

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