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Redeeming Love Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twenty-nine Summary

Francine Rivers
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Chapter Twenty-nine Summary

Angel goes to San Francisco, which has grown considerably since her last visit. She has some money left over from her time working in Joseph's store, but not enough to survive on. As she wanders the street, wondering what to do, she hears a voice telling her to sit down and rest in a small cafe. While she is there, the cook quits, and the customers complain about the quality of the food and storm out, leaving Angel with an opportunity, and then a job. The proprietor's name is Virgil Harper, and he is thrilled when he discovers that Angel is capable of cooking simple meals, and even a variety of pies. When he asks for her name, she tells him to call her Mrs. Hosea.

Meanwhile, Michael has continued with his farm work, refusing to go and look for Angel this time, despite the...

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