The Headless Cupid - Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 1-4 Summary

Headless Cupid begins with eleven-year-old David Stanley sitting on the steps of the Old Westerly House, the new home David has moved into with his family. The family dynamic is new as well. There is David, six-year-old Janie, and four-year-old twins, Blair and Esther. Also living in the house is Jeff Stanley, the children's father, and his new wife Molly. On this day, David expects the arrival of his new step-sister, twelve-year-old Amanda. David had met Amanda only once before and did not have any real impression of the girl that seemed to scowl a lot and rarely spoke.

In chapter one, David goes upstairs where the other kids were playing. As usual, Blair is asleep and Janie is angry with Esther for kicking over her horse corral. David is in the middle of settling the argument when they hear Molly's car pull up to...

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