The Language of Flowers: A Novel - Part 4, New Beginnings, Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, New Beginnings, Chapters 1-4 Summary

Victoria's business, Message, continues to grow in chapter 1 and Victoria only hopes that her business is starting to change the way people look at flowers- causing them to choose flowers based on positive meanings rather than looks. But she doesn't stop thinking about her daughter and, eventually, her busy schedule and ever-growing ache to be with her daughter consumes her.

When Marlena suggests taking a drive to see "her," Victoria firsts thinks of Elizabeth and then can't get the idea of apologizing to Elizabeth out of her head. Victoria writes her a simple letter and mails it before she can change her mind.

In chapter 2, Victoria is waiting for a couple to arrive and, while drinking her tea, she sees the bride arrive but can tell that the groom won't be coming. As she's walking...

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