Almost Paradise - Prologue and Book 1, Jane: Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

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Prologue and Book 1, Jane: Chapters 1-4 Summary

Prologue. Jane arrives in London to reclaim her husband. Jane is nervous, worried that Nicholas will not leave his lover to return to Jane. At the same time, Nicholas is across town at the townhouse where he has been living thinking of Jane. Nicholas remembers the early years in their relationship and it makes him want to speak to her. Unfortunately, Jane is not at either of their east coast homes. The author then tells the reader that both had imagined what their meeting would be like, but it doesn't happen because Jane is struck by a car while attempting to chase down a limo in which she thought Nicholas was riding.

Chapter 1. Jane Cobleigh's grandmother is a nearsighted Jewish girl living on the Lower East Side of New York. Rivka Taubman is...

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