Seeds of Yesterday - Book Three: Comes a Morning Dark Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: Comes a Morning Dark Summary

The chapter begins with dark clouds hovering over Foxworth Hall. Catherine overhears a conversation between Jory and Toni. Toni has discovered some of Jori's sketches of her. Jory is embarrassed because he says the drawings do not capture Toni's essence. Toni asks if she may keep them. Toni tells Jory that she thought at one time that Bart loved her but he does not. She tells him that he yells at her one minute, then calls her back and begs for forgiveness the next. Jory accuses her of enjoying the way Bart treats her. He then accuses her of trying to win him over since Bart won't have her any more and believes she thinks "the crippled one" couldn't resist her. Toni walks away.

Jory realizes his mother heard his conversation and he...

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