Guilty Pleasures - Chapters 26-34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-34 Summary

The attention Phillip receives at the freak party confirms that the stripper has been an integral part of the culture for quite some time. Both women and men approach Phillip and become annoyed and angry when Phillip refuses to participate in the fun and games with the vampires. Phillip tells Anita that the scene is becoming too strange and violent for him and therefore he has been attending fewer parties. Both men and women at the freak party approach Anita, and Anita struggles with warding them off without blowing her cover or endangering Phillip. Phillip is reluctant to participate and feels a sense of deep devotion to Anita. Phillip does not want to leave Anita's side. Phillip is propositioned and leaves the room to follow Anita away from the crowd. Many people approach Phillip about Anita, and Phillip makes it clear...

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