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Redeeming Love Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Thirty Summary

Francine Rivers
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Chapter Thirty Summary

Despite Angel's resistance, Duke drags Angel away from the cafe. Angel refuses to fight back because she knows that Virgil would come to help her, and he would surely be killed by Duke for helping her. Duke has a big house in town, just a few blocks from where Angel has been all this time. As he pulls Angel through the house, his behavior toward the other girls he encounters shows Angel that he has not changed. She remains defiant, but Duke shows her to her "new" room, where her old life is sure to begin again. A young girl named Cherry comes in to serve Angel a decadent meal and to provide her with anything Angel says she needs. Angel can see that Cherry is very young, but has been taught to do whatever Duke tells her to. When Duke comes into the room...

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