Heir Apparent - Chapters Twenty-Three; Twenty-Four and Twenty-Five Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Twenty-Three; Twenty-Four and Twenty-Five Summary

Janine offers Saint Bruce a haiku, and at the castle insists that Rawdon accompany her to meet her family. Afterward she asks Kenric to walk with her and Rawdon. They step into the courtyard, and Captain Penrod approaches with the poacher. Janine asks Rawdon if he is an advocate of the strict laws and he admits the law is the law, but when Janine presses him, he concedes there could be room for compassion. This time, she consigns the poacher to be put to work for a month to pay for his crime. She tells Rawdon she believes the guards should get a better salary and Penrod reveals that they haven't been paid in full for the last several months. Rawdon admits he moved the treasury for safe keeping. Kenric demands to know where and...

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