The Lion's Lady - Chapters 12 and 13 Summary & Analysis

Julie Garwood
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Chapters 12 and 13 Summary

The next journal entry is dated October 5, 1795. Jessica says that Patricia is bitterly unhappy in Boston, wants to return to England, and continually berates Jessica for leaving Edward. When Jessica refuses to say that she will return to England, Patricia tries to convince Jessica to allow Patricia to raise the child as her own. Jessica writes that she is certain of Patricia's motive to present her father with a grandchild that she'll pass off as her own. By now, Patricia's father has stopped bailing her out of financial problems which is why Patricia and her husband, Albert, are in America to avoid debtor's prison. Albert is kind to Jessica and provides her newspapers to read. Jessica learns about the western frontier and the people heading out to settle that land.

Christina and Lyon head to Lyonwood the following day and Lyon...

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