The Mothers - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Brit Bennett
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Nadia did not feel like she was having an affair, instead feeling her youth coming back again, her relationship with Luke picking up from where it left off. Aubrey visited a doctor to consult about her inability to conceive, remembering all the years prior where she visited psychiatrists when she first moved in with Mo. The doctor told her that everything was physically alright and to have some wine to relax, to which Aubrey got upset and drove to Mrs. Sheppard for comfort; Mrs. Sheppard told her the same. On her return home, she noticed that Luke and her had become physically estranged, remembering how sex was always painful for her, and how Luke complained that she did not initiate sex.

His affair with Nadia forced Luke to reevaluate his life, taking better care of his body for her. He worked out with her...

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