The Perfect Hope: Book Three of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

In chapter eleven, Ryder arrives at the inn on Tuesday as planned. He'd planned to use the shower before taking Hope to bed. However, Hope tells him she has guests and that they'll have to put off the sex. Ryder is disappointed and, since they can hear the young couple having sex, says they can just leave a note for the guests and go to one of the other rooms. Hope declines, saying she might be needed and that it's her job. They agree to plan their first night together again, but this time to meet at Ryder's house. Ryder showers and they reconnect in the kitchen. They talk about the Montgomery family and about Hope's past. She says she'd planned out her life with Jonathan, down to the two children and their social lives. She now realizes she's humiliated by...

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