The Killing Dance - Section IX, ch. 22-24 Summary & Analysis

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Section IX, ch. 22-24 Summary

Jean-Claude flirtatiously leads Anita to his bedroom where she notices a new curtain and a new door which leads to the bathroom. Jean-Claude calls Anita beautiful, but she disagrees as she reminisces upon painful childhood memories. Jean-Claude has never had another woman deny him for so long. He confesses that initially he was attracted to Anita because of her power and the fact that she is a challenge, but now he loves her. Although Anita loves Jean-Claude a little bit, she loves Richard a lot. Jean-Claude tells her that he will allow her to marry Richard because it would hurt her if Richard were dead, but Anita is deterred because Richard is not human. Also, Anita is afraid that if she embraces Richard's beast, he will not love her anymore. Jean-Claude convinces Anita to allow him to use vampire powers while...

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