Chesapeake Blue - Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six Summary

Seth sits on the dock with a fishing pole dangling in the water, trying to decide what he is going to do. A dog races over to him, wriggling until he can get under his arm and onto his lap, his tongue lapping at Seth's face enthusiastically. It takes a moment for Seth to realize that the dog in his lap is Foolish, his dog. His mind balks, remembering that he had held Foolish as he died, and joy overwhelms his temporary confusion. He wraps his arms around the dog, telling him how much he's missed him. The pole drops and a hand reaches out to catch it. She tells him that they figured Foolish would cheer him up, and it takes a moment for Seth to absorb the fact that he is talking to Stella Quinn who is also no...

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