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Jemima J.: A Novel About Ugly Ducklings and Swans Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twenty Three through Chapter Twenty Six Summary

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Chapter Twenty Three through Chapter Twenty Six Summary

In Chapter Twenty Three, Brad calls home, and lets JJ know he will be home early, and wants to try a yoga class with her. After class, which JJ hates, they have sex again, and at dinner, JJ marvels at the food, and at her surroundings, as George Clooney is in the restaurant. During dinner, Brad tells JJ he loves her, and instead of being happy, JJ still feels something isn't quite right about him. She knows that sometimes he drifts off, staring at nothing, almost as if he is thinking of someone else, but she knows he doesn't have time for an affair. JJ says it back, so as not to hurt his feelings, but knows she doesn't mean it. When Brad asks her to stay another few months to see if their relationship...

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