The Ballad of a Small Player - Chapter 11 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Osborne
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Dao-Ming continued to take care of Lord Doyle through Chapter 11. As they were walking the island, Doyle inwardly observed that money had been the guiding factor in their relationship. Money had brought them together during their first sexual encounter. Then Doyle’s lack of money had brought them back together again. As they ate lobster in a fancy restaurant, the staff watched them and spoke badly of her. Lord Doyle brought up his need to gamble again. She asked where he would get the money from and he admitted he’d beg from one of his boys. She admitted she’d stolen before, but wouldn’t give him money if he begged. When they drink, Doyle noticed Dao-Ming doesn’t get drunk, no matter how much she consumed. He thought her scarf was hiding something and while they were making love he again...

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