The Perfect Hope: Book Three of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

In chapter three, Hope makes an opportunity to tell Clare and Avery about the kiss. Rants about Ryder, saying that he never calls her by name and that he's rude to her. Hope says she and Ryder have now kissed twice and that means there is a "situation." The three women are still talking when Justine walks in. Justine and Hope leave together with Justine suggesting ideas for the fitness center. As soon as they're out the door, Avery and Clare agree there's "a thing" between Ryder and Hope, and that they approve. They agree to tell Owen and Beck all about it, knowing they'll tease Ryder about it and perhaps prompt him to take the next step.

For the next week, Hope manages to avoid Ryder. Then she is watering the flowers one day when he slips up behind her...

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