The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty - Chapter 19, The Village Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19, The Village Summary

The days following pass without anyone finding out about Beauty and Alexi's tryst. Beauty wonders when she will see Alexi again, but also wonders why her feelings for him have lessened. The Prince is given permission to keep Beauty in his chamber as his maid. Beauty spends her days and nights catering to the Prince's attire, maintaining his chambers, and serving his wine. She spends her mornings on the Bridle Path preparing for the next Festival and race, which the Prince predicts Beauty will win with Juliana's constant training. Beauty has become a pet of Juliana's each morning following the Bridle Path Juliana takes Beauty to the garden for play. Juliana kisses and caresses Beauty when she is not strapping her. Beauty pleases her mistress by fetching small flowers in her teeth. Beauty will do anything to escape the new punishments she greatly...

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