Entwined - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 3 Summary

Azalea slaps Fairweller and runs outside to try to find the King. When Azalea returns, her sister Bramble starts throwing their Christmas oranges at her for deserting them. Then, they roll a bassinet with the new baby, Lily, in it for Azalea to see. The girls curtsy together and welcome Lily to the royal family. They hear a commotion downstairs and the King comes in dirty and wearing his clothes from the previous day. He tells Mr. Pudding to keep all of the Princesses away from him while he works in the library. Azalea barges into the library to show the King the baby, but he shoves her out and locks the door behind her. Azalea joins Mr. Pudding in her mother's room for the tradition of guarding the body.

Chapter 3 Analysis

The inference is that the King is the father of all...

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