Dancing at Midnight - Chapters 19-20 Summary & Analysis

Julia Quinn
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Chapters 19-20 Summary

Having decided to meet on neutral ground, at a coffee shop, John waits for Spencer to arrive. Once Spencer does, the two men dance around one another, extremely cold. Spencer still insists that what he did was nothing, and that the girl would have slept with anybody; this enrages John. Then, however, Belle, Emma, and Persephone appear, and sit at a nearby table. This, of course, upsets John, who later scolds Belle for putting herself in danger like that, and explaining to her how worried she made him. She retorts that she can run fast - faster than he can, which offends him, given his leg. To show how dangerous Spencer is, John explains to Belle about the incident with Ana, which she refuses to blame him for. However, John is convinced that his soul has been 'blackened' by the events. He won't let Belle...

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