Entwined - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 29 Summary

When Azalea wakes, she is in a bed and it is two days later. Her sisters are jumping around her. Azalea finds out they are in Fairweller's home until the King finds the sword and unmagics the palace. The servants draw a bath for Azalea, while the girls tell their story and Azalea tells them her story. Then, the servants bring in dresses for the girls to choose from made out of every color in the rainbow. The girls decide to remain wearing black and remain in mourning as a gift to Papa. The King comes in to find that the girls have closed all of the drapes and hung cloths over all of the paintings to represent mourning.

The girls tell Azalea Papa was shot in the waistcoat button, while the King and Azalea give each other a knowing look. The King...

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