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Kiss the Girls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 120-121 Summary

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Chapter 120-121 Summary

Kate and Cross take a late summer trip to Nags Head, a beach resort town in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Kate is doing well and can even walk with a cane sometimes. They enjoy their holiday together. They cook for each other and take long walks on the beach. They dared Casanova to come after them, but he had not. During one casual evening, they talk about why their relationship has to end. They are both obsessive and strong-willed. If their relationship exploded, they could not be friends. Neither one wants that to happen. Kate wonders if Casanova is coming after them again. Cross hopes so.

Casanova remains obsessed with Kate. She and Cross worked together to ruin him. Casanova thought of Rudolph as the true embodiment of Jekyll and Hyde. Only Casanova was able to understand and appreciate both sides of that...

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