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Girls in Pants: The Third Summer of the Sisterhood - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

Bridget is ready for her evening run, and Naughton is waiting for her. The two begin a strenuous run, and Bee is amazed that Naughton can keep up. She notices that he is very nervous about something, and he finally gets up the courage to tell her that he thinks she is special. When she says that she thinks he's nice too, he says that his "like" is different and asks her if she has a boyfriend. She is honest and tells him that she doesn't, and he says that maybe after camp they could be friends. Not wanting to be too negative, she tells him that anything can happen in the future.

Later that evening as Bridget sits alone with Eric on the dock, she tells him that she wants to apologize for something. She says that she is sorry for the way she...

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