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Redeeming Love Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Three Summary

Francine Rivers
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Chapter Three Summary

Angel is preparing for her final customers of the evening. As she changes her clothes and listens to Lucky laughing in the next room, she remembers the time she tried drink whiskey with Lucky so that she could laugh away her problems, too. Instead, she became ill and unwilling to see any customers that night. She hadn't been scared of Bret Magowan until that evening, when he had come up to her room and nearly drown and strangled her the Duchess had come up to stop him. Since then she had known that Magowan would be willing to kill her and that she had better do exactly what she was told if she hoped to avoid him. So, she waits for her last customer, hoping it will be over soon.

When Michael Hosea enters the room, Angel can tell he looks very uncomfortable to be...

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