Entwined - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 30 Summary

For the next two days, all Clover and Bramble do is talk about their loves and write them letters. Azalea stomps off in a huff. The King takes Azalea to the storage room at the top of the stairs that once led down to the silver forest. He gives Azalea her mother's brooch. He then tells her that Bradford is waiting in the ballroom for her and that he has been completing his parliamentary papers. On the walk to the ballroom, the King tells Azalea she has to propose because her status is higher than Bradford's. When she gets to the ballroom, she asks Bradford to propose to her and then they dance. The girls come in so they can dance a welcome to the family dance, but they don't start until the King joins them in the circle.

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