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

Nancy Holder
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Chapter Thirteen Summary

In Chapter Thirteen, Reginer and Claire move into the palace to be closer to the court physician when the time comes close for her to have her baby. Rose stops meeting Jean-Marc at the reflecting pool; she feels it would be safer is she stayed away. As time passes, Rose thinks more and more like a deer. She wonders if she is becoming more and more like a deer because she is having no contact with Jean-Marc. Rose realizes she must choose to remain a deer or become a human again. When Rose makes her decision, the herd leaves her. She returns to the reflecting pool. Jean-Marc seems happy to see her. For the first time, she allows him to touch her. As they walk beside the pool, Jean-Marc admits he might have been wrong about the Rose Bride. She has...

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