Dancing at Midnight - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-12 Summary

John tries to act as comfortable as possible with his brother's announcement in Chapter Eleven, and only mentions that he is familiar with Belle. That evening, the group has all been invited to a party at an aristocrat's London home. Both John and Belle show up, but John is unbelievably cold to Belle when they meet, and she can't figure out exactly why he is so angry, though she knows he has been caught in her plan. Finally, she confronts him, and gets him to explain about his brother. She confesses that it was all a ruse, and that she's never even met his brother, so he has no need to be jealous; his brother was simply considering her, as somebody he'd heard of, as a possible prospect. Though John doesn't approve of her manipulation, he is greatly relieved, and the pair make up. They...

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