Chesapeake Blue - Chapter Seventeen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seventeen Summary

The bar Gloria has chosen is a dive, suiting her personality. He orders a beer in the bottle to be safe. When Gloria comes in, she flirts suggestively with some of the losers in the bar as she makes her way to where Seth is sitting. She orders a G and T and lights a cigarette. Seth gives her five minutes, asking her what she wants. Lately, she tells him, a place on the beach in Daytona perhaps. She talks about the Quinn family with disgust and disdain, and then applauds him for landing the rich Drusilla Whitcomb Banks. She wants a million dollars. She promises to make his life even more miserable otherwise, painting a picture for him of the kind of story she'd tell if she had to. She wants ten thousand dollars as a good faith gesture the...

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