Love Finds a Home - Dinner and Arrangements Summary & Analysis

Janette Oke
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Dinner and Arrangements Summary

In the chapter entitled "Dinner," Belinda is invited to dinner at Celia Prescott's home. Belinda thinks for a moment she should decline the invitation but Windsor advises her that Mrs. Stafford-Smyth would not want her to do so. Windsor admits that he misses his employer very much also.

At Celia's home, Belinda is introduced to her nephew, Morton Jamison. The young man seems shy and uncomfortable. She learns he is studying at Yale, but has not yet chosen a major. Belinda notes that the young man is not attractive and decides to do her best to set him at ease. The three are the only ones eating. As the meal progresses, Belinda realizes that Celia has planned the dinner in order to set her up with Morton. She suggests that Belinda should be married and the Morton would be...

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