Entwined - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 13 Summary

The girls learn that each night their slippers are mended and then returned to them the following morning. This is the same arrangement that was in place prior to their mother dying. Sundays are the only day of the week the girls are allowed to enjoy being outside. That night at dinner, the King requires the girls to eat with him and their guests, which are Fairweller and Lord Bradford. While they eat, Fairweller and the King try to convince Lord Bradford that he should run for politics. Bramble, the second oldest of the sisters, is writing notes to Lord Bradford on napkins trying to get him to turn the tower clock back on and then leave the country. When Bramble asks to be excused, the King demands the girls go to the library. Azalea waits by his horse for Lord Bradford to...

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