Almost Paradise - Book 3, Jane and Nicholas: Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Jane and Nicholas: Chapters 21-25 Summary

Chapter 21. Rhodes comes to Connecticut because he has become unhappy with Philip's controlling nature and has decided to leave the relationship. At the same time, Nicholas is in Yugoslavia continuing his affair with Laurel. Nicholas is sickened by his behavior, especially since his brother Edward is there and a part of the cover-up. However, he finds he cannot resist. A few weeks later, Cecily comes to visit. While she is there, Rhodes calls Jane out, trying to force her to get help for her agoraphobia despite the fact that she has already been in therapy several times. Finally Cecily joins the argument by stressing to Jane how short life is.

After leaving Yugoslavia, Nicholas and Laurel are in Paris, where Nicholas is supposedly checking out locations for his next film. When the phone...

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