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The Killing Dance Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section X, ch. 25-29 Summary

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Section X, ch. 25-29 Summary

Jean-Claude goes to the bathroom, leaving Richard and Anita alone, but the situation is awkward because Jean-Claude plans to join them. Richard and Anita meet halfway and start kissing, making Richard's eyes turn wolfish. Jean-Claude opens the bathroom door, and Richard's beast calls him. Richard promises that he would never hurt Anita intentionally. With Richard's power riding Anita, Jean-Claude holds her hand, joining his power. Anita tries to ride the combination of life and death but only knows one thing to do with so much power. She finds the dead, but it does not work; she calls for blood. Jean-Claude bites Richard, and Anita sends the power out. Both men bask in the afterglow until Anita says she will need more blood to put back whatever she called from the grave. Richard and Jean-Claude try to help Anita up, but there...

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