Prodigal Summer: A Novel - Chapters 7, 8, and 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7, 8, and 9 Summary

In Chapter Seven, Eddie Bondo suddenly reappears, saying Deanna is an easy, sweet trail to follow; Deanna is reminded of being able to turn heads in Knoxville on the middle day of her cycle and the power of pheromones. She had finally had no thoughts of Eddie that morning, but here he is, the man that gets her heart to racing. He wants to follow her wherever she is headed, which is to a hollow tree that he had already found. Deanna is territorial about this spot but soon forgets when he pushes her inside the tree and they make love. Afternoon had arrived and Deanna's plans for the day were wasted. She suddenly becomes very angry at his power and ease over her, so she starts to hit him. He wakes and subdues her quickly and asks her if she...

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