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Redeeming Love Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twelve Summary

Francine Rivers
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Chapter Twelve Summary

After her evening walk to see the sunrise, Angel has been keeping her emotional distance from Michael. Michael's impatience is growing, and he thinks about what his own father would say if he knew his son hadn't yet slept with his own wife. However, Michael also knows that Angel would treat him as she would treat any other man, and that is not what he wanted. Meanwhile, Angel is beginning to appreciate her life at the cabin, discontented only by Michael. He is good to her and encouraging, so she does not know what to expect. She keeps her mind on her unfinished business in Pair-a-dice, and vows to return as soon as she has an opportunity. However, she learns that Michael doesn't plan to go back to Pair-a-Dice again, and doesn't know how she will get there.

Eventually, the uneasiness dissolves into an argument...

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