Redeeming Love - Chapter Twenty-one Summary & Analysis

Francine Rivers
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Chapter Twenty-one Summary

Now that she is again alone with Michael, Angel finds her love for him growing, and therefore becomes lonelier. She does not want to share herself with him, so she seeks a way to push him as far away as possible. She thinks that there is still one thing she could do that would finally prove to him that he does not want her. She is so scared of ending up like her pathetic mother that she approaches Michael and tells him the worst thing in her past; she had sex with her own father. This makes Michael feel as though he's been punched, but he listens as she tells the story of her father coming to see her, and of her desire to destroy him. When it was over, she told him who she was, and the next day, he committed suicide. As Michael...

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