Dancing at Midnight - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-14 Summary

John has shimmied up the side of Belle's house, despite his bad leg, and she lets him in. Once inside, he proposes, giving her the grand, creative gesture, she had wanted. She accepts him, and the two of them go to bed together. However, instead of sleeping with her immediately, John teaches her oral sex, which delights her. He wants to be married very soon, though, which he reveals afterwards, to her frustration. Her parents are out of town and won't return for another couple weeks, and she wants them to be there. He gives her a grace period to set a date. As John leaves, he has the sense that somebody is following him home. Furious with himself, he swears that he will not put Belle in danger, no matter what it takes.

The next day, John sends her a note that he is...

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