Dancing at Midnight - Study Guide Chapters 23-24 Summary & Analysis

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At the party, Spencer arrives, and everybody has been on the watch for him. He comes over and insists on dancing with Belle, who accepts. She tries to talk to him and figure out his motives, but stomps on his foot when he is dismissive of her husband. She reminds him that he is ruining his own life by trying to kill John, but he tells her that he would rather have vengeance than society. She leaves him, but as she and John watch him, they realize that he has taken her mother hostage. Unable to cut through the crowd, Belle and John have to dance through it to be able to get to the other side of the room.

Once they find Spencer holding Caroline hostage, Spencer trades Caroline for Belle, who is helpless, despite Alex and Emma's arrival, as well as John's presence...

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