The Rose Bride: A Retelling of 'the White Bride and the Black Bride' (Once... - Chapter Five Summary & Analysis

Nancy Holder
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Chapter Five Summary

In Chapter Five, the Marchands are in trouble since the loss of their fortune. No one comes to court Ombrine and both girls are too young to married. The estate was never intended to turn a profit so there is no money coming in. The only way to stay alive is to sell off the valuables from the estate. Knowing the sad state of their affairs, Rose decides to make her formal gown "appear" hoping Ombrine and Desiree will not know from where it came. When she finds it, though, Ombrine automatically knows it was Rose who left the dress for her to find. She orders Rose to tell her what else is hidden back but Rose has nothing to say.

One night, Rose feels an urge to go into the garden. There is a letter at the feet of Artemis'...

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