Honor's Splendour - Chapters 16, 17 and 18 Summary & Analysis

Julie Garwood
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Chapters 16, 17 and 18 Summary

Adela isn't the only woman in the house who is nervous about Gerald's visit. Madelyne wonders what her own reception will be considering that her brother raped Gerald's betrothed.

Madelyne believes that Duncan has made a sacrifice in marrying her and tells Adela that she wishes only that Duncan could be happy. Madelyne is convinced that the king will call for their marriage to be annulled as they married without his consent. Adela says that Madelyne must surely realize that she's become important to all of them. Adela says that Maude saw Duncan kissing Madelyne outside for everyone to see and that it surely proves that Madelyne is truly Duncan's wife. While Adela doesn't address the issue of the king's blessing, she does say that Madelyne is valued in the Wexton family.

There is much good-humored banter throughout the evening. Edmond...

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