Sweet and Deadly - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Charlaine Harris
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Chapter 5 Summary

Catherine wakes the next morning and begins to notice things around her that she had not noticed before. Catherine had isolated herself so much and had been so depressed after the deaths of her parents that she had not been interested in the things around her. Now Catherine decides that will change. Catherine begins to think she might change the draperies in the house and buy new clothes to impress Randall. The thought of Randall excites her. Catherine has never thought of him as a lover, but now the idea is very exciting and helping to draw her out of the depression that has threatened to drown her since her parents died. However, the memory of finding Leona begins to allow some of that darkness back in. Catherine begins to think about Leona's death, once again wondering if it had anything to do...

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