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The Face on the Milk Carton Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

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Chapter 12 Summary

Janie and Reeve cross the state line back into Connecticut. They drive past the suburbs and find an isolated motel. Reeve checks them in by using his father's credit card. He uses his own name on the motel registry. The motel is old and dirty. Janie quickly realizes that they can't stay there because she wants it to be special when they spend the night together. Reeve doesn't argue with her and is pleased that Janie has used the word "when," to indicate that she wants to spend the night with him in the future. Janie is upset that she has worried her grandparents by running off to New Jersey and by coming home late. Reeve realizes that their parents will find out about the motel because the charge will show up on his father's bill. They return home to find both of their parents waiting for...

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