Seeds of Yesterday - Book Three: The New Lovers Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: The New Lovers Summary

Catherine is torn between emotions and her sons. She is happy that Bart has found someone to love; sad that Jory has no one. The love Bart felt with Toni gave him more confidence and took away all his peculiar obsessions of neatness. He allowed himself to relax. Bart tells his mother that he is excited because he is Toni's first lover and that makes him feel special. Joel overhears and tells Bart that Toni is only having sex with him because she is after his money. Bart shoos him away and tells Joel he must be jealous because he is not spending time with him any more. Bart tells Catherine he plans to marry Toni after he knows for sure she isn't just after his money. He has devised a plan to help with...

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