Good in Bed - Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Weiner
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Chapter 19 Summary

Cannie is still angry. She is still walking around the city for hours at a time. She does not shower, wash her clothes, or eat. She just visits Joy and walks. On one of her walks, she picks up the newest issue of Moxie and reads Bruce's column, which is about how he reacted to news of her pregnancy. This makes Cannie angrier.

When she gets to the hospital, Bruce's mother, Audrey, is visiting Joy. Audrey is startled by Cannie's appearance and tells her that she has gotten very thin. Cannie seems to notice for the first time that she has lost about forty pounds. Audrey apologizes for Bruce's behavior and indicates that she wants to be a part of Joy's life. Cannie says she has not yet decided whether she will be staying in Philadelphia and asks Audrey to leave.

Cannie is...

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