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Bruiser - Chapters 13-23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-23 Summary

In Chapter 13, Bronte describes her dating style.

In Chapter 14, Bronte recalls how she met Brewster one day while working in the school library. Brewster was in the poetry section and Bronte went to help him, assuming he was lost only to learn that he was looking for a specific poetry book. Bronte began to talk about Brewster about poetry.

In Chapter 15, after their first disastrous date miniature golfing, Bronte suggests they go on a picnic. Bronte meets Brewster in a park and leads the way up a hiking trail. As they walk, Bronte sprains her ankle. However, after Brewster touches it, it seems all better.

In Chapter 16, Bronte invites Brewster and his brother Cody to go swimming with her. Cody enjoys the outing, but Brewster refuses to take off his shirt or go very deeply into the pool. Cody announces that...

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