Make Your Home Among Strangers: A Novel - Chapter 21 - 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21. After the Noche Buena party, which Lourdes forced them to leave immediately after dinner, Lizet calls Omar, who is happy to hear from her and appears unconcerned about her lack of contact, telling her that he understands her. Lizet tells Omar that he was missed at Noche Buena, and mentions her fight with her mother, but he doesn't push her for details, for which she is grateful. She asks him to come over as early as possible the following morning. He does so, enthusiastically fitting back into the family environment with ease. Omar takes Lizet for a drive to the beach, and then gives her a commitment ring, telling her that he wants them to get married one day. Despite Lizet's promise to herself that she would not sleep with Omar, the ring changes her mind, and they have sex in the...

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