Honor's Splendour - Chapters 19, 20 and 21 Summary & Analysis

Julie Garwood
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Chapters 19, 20 and 21 Summary

When Madelyne goes downstairs later for dinner, Adela is concerned about her injuries. Then Gerald offers Adela a compliment and she is rude to him. Duncan then says that he wants to talk to them both. He informs Adela that she's to allow Gerald to kiss her. He says that Madelyne had turned to Duncan after the imposter priest attacked her in order to wipe him memory from her mind and body. He now wants Adela to allow Gerald the opportunity to wipe the memories of the rape away. Their kiss is tentative at first, then becomes lingering while Madelyne tries not to look at them.

Adela then says she's sorry to them all, asks Madelyne to tell the story of what really happened to her, and rushes from the room. Madelyne relates the story, including that Morcar was the rapist...

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