Redeeming Love - Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen Summary

This chapter begins with Angel running away the next morning, on foot. She intends to head to Pair-a-Dice, but it is not long before she is lost and frustrated. When Michael comes home from his morning chores and sees that Angel is gone, he is not surprised and immediately goes to look for her. When he finds her in the woods, he takes her to the road and gives her a choice: she can walk downhill one-mile back home, or uphill thirty miles to her old life. He then leaves her alone. When Angel arrives at the cabin that evening, she expects Michael to gloat or to mock her, but is pleased when he simply feeds her dinner and washes her feet. That night in bed, Michael comforts Angel as she sleeps and he wonders how to reach her.

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