The Deep End of the Ocean - Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15 and 16 Summary

Chapter 15

Pat and his dad buy an old, dank warehouse and have it renovated as the "Wedding in the Old Neighborhood," their new restaurant. The place is elegant and antique, like an old Italian villa, complete with statuary, art, balconies and mosaic. Jill, who has left the Cappdora home, married in a lovely late night ceremony at the family restaurant, which inspired the idea for the new restaurant. Beth thought she would avoid ever having to move to Chicago, but after Pat's heart attack, her resistance dissolves.

The story goes back in time to the weekend when Beth is in town to shoot Candy's wedding and has lunch with Ellen and Nick Palladino. Nick loves Beth in high school and regrets never having made love to her, so they do so in a room at the hotel where they lunch. Candy...

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