Entwined - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 23 Summary

Because Lord Bradford is at the palace, Azalea dresses and prepares herself for breakfast. After breakfast, the girls are showing Lord Bradford around the palace when they come to the portrait gallery where Azalea is. He dances in the portrait gallery with each of the princesses. While dancing, they bump into the case holding the King's sword and the sword falls after the case breaks. Back in the girl's room, for the second night in a row, someone knocks on their door, but when they go to answer there isn't anybody there. When the girls dance at the pavilion that night, Keeper invites them all to attend a ball the following night.

Chapter 23 Analysis

The invisible knocker suggests that magic is at work in the palace. Keeper inviting the girls to attend a ball suggests that he is up to something evil.

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