The Perfect Hope: Book Three of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

In chapter five, Ryder asks Hope why she'd just kissed him and she briefly explains about her broken affair with Jonathan then about Jonathan's offer. Hope begins to calm down and says she owes Ryder a favor. She asks for his price and he says he wants a cherry pie. After Ryder leaves, Hope cries and is comforted by Eliza before Avery rushes in, having been sent by Ryder. The next evening, Ryder is headed to the Vesta for a beer with his brothers, planning to head home immediately after. Hope stops him and delivers a cherry pie. He's amazed at how good it is. They talk about ongoing construction projects, Owen's plan to get a dog, and other family news. Then Ryder "swooped in for a kiss" and Hope returns it. When she asks why Ryder had kissed her, he...

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