Entwined - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 4 Summary

Azalea wakes the next morning with all of her sisters piled into her bed and on the floor surrounding her bed. When she takes them to their room to get ready, the trunks where their dresses are stored are empty. When Azalea asks Fairweller where the dresses are, he says they are being died for mourning. While Azalea helps the girls dress, she explains to them about the year ahead when they will have to mourn their mother.

The next day, the girls are having their meal alone, when they've always eaten as a family with the King. They hear the King down the hall and Azalea and Bramble go to talk with him. He's talking with Lord Bradford. The King says Lord Bradford is going to stop the Tower clock for mourning. The King agrees to allow Azalea to escort Lord Bradford...

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