Chesapeake Blue - Chapters Eleven and Twelve Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Eleven and Twelve Summary

Dru takes a peace offering up to Seth days later, and finds him painting with a fury that is palpable. At first, she is going to back out without disturbing her, but he turns and sees her there. He asks her opinion of the painting - a storm swept sea with a man in a boat on the edge of life. The sea is brutal and filled with hints of faces in both sky and sea. Powerful is the word that springs to mind. She admits to him that she was wrong about him and Aubrey, and apologizes. He orders them a pizza and goes to clean up while she looks through his canvases. She sees the watercolor of herself and is astounded at the way that he saw her. She begins going through the canvases and...

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