Chesapeake Blue - Chapter Five Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Five Summary

For the first week that Seth rented the space above her, Dru seldom saw him. One day, after hearing him arrive, she takes a shamrock plant upstairs for him. Two skylights had already been installed, and the third would be completed that day, he tells her. She turns and her eye is caught by a painting of wild foxglove. She openly admires it, and he begs her to just stay where she is, grabbing for a piece of charcoal. He instructs her to just keep looking at the foxglove painting as he furiously sketches, offering to pay her for her time. The longer she looks at the painting, the more she likes it, and asks him how much he wants for it. He offers the painting to her if she will pose for him, promising to work around her schedule. He...

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