Entwined - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 21 Summary

The girls, the King and Lord Teddie all set to making Christmas tree decorations in the library. Azalea leaves the girls and runs upstairs to enter the magical forest. The Keeper asks what has kept the girls from dancing the past few nights. He also mentions he hates the King because he is the Wentworth General. Azalea starts to ask about her mother when the Keeper tells her to bring her sisters back to dance and not to miss another night. Azalea remembers her mother as she was the night she dies, but on the pavilion, her mother's mouth is sewn shut. The next morning, Azalea goes to visit her mother's grave. Lord Bradford walks into the graveyard. Bradford asks Azalea to come to his shop nearby to warm up and drink some hot tea. When Bradford sees the mismatched slippers on Azalea's...

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