Entwined - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 2 Summary

The King decides to stay with mother, so the Prime Minister has to escort Azalea into the ball. Azalea dances and has a great time. She takes a break to admire the Christmas trees lined up around the room to discover that her sisters are hiding inside the numerous trees. She spends the evening gathering and sliding food into the trees for them to eat. When she is delivering pudding to the trees, she runs into a young man who is disheveled and bleeding. It turns out to be Lord Bradford, the son of the previous Prime Minister.

During the final dance, which is the Entwine, Prime Minister Fairweller barges into the room and tells everyone it's time for them to go home. When Fairweller asks where her sisters are, she leads him to the jumble of girls sleeping in the trees. He...

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