Entwined - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 22 Summary

Azalea confronts Fairweller and Clover, whom she catches embracing and kissing in one of the palace gardens. Fairweller leaves and Azalea talks with Clover about her feelings for Fairweller. Azalea goes to spend time with the King and Azalea suggests that they have a ball so that Clover can meet gentlemen. The King, however, talks about not lifting the mourning when the year is up, which would prohibit them from having a ball. Azalea decides she wants to talk with the King about the girls dancing at night, but when she tries to do so she faints. When Azalea wakes up, she finds that Lord Bradford has come to the palace to try to answer the riddle. Azalea convinces the King to let Bradford stay for Christmas because he doesn't have a family of his own with whom to spend it. That night...

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