The Forest House - Chapter Sixteen - Chapter Twenty Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Sixteen - Chapter Twenty Summary

Ardanos visits Marcellius, telling him about the pregnancy and claiming that his granddaughter was raped. Marcellius swears that Gaius was in Londinuim, and immediately sends him there, where he stays with his father's friend Licinius. There, Gaius meets his daughter Julia, who is young but vibrant, and whom everyone would like him to marry. Licinius explains the whole situation to Julia; the two young people take a liking, though not a strong one, to each other, and decide that they could be married after he spends some time with the family to make it proper.

Before they marry, however, Julia wishes Gaius to go back to see Eilan and make sure that he is no longer in love with her. He is sent north on army business and is to see Eilan on his way...

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