The Second Summer of the Sisterhood - Pages 47 - 93 Summary & Analysis

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Bridget goes to the home of her grandmother, Greta, who doesn't recognize her because it has been so long since they've seen each other and her appearance has changed. Rather than telling her who she really is, Bridget introduces herself as Gilda Tomko and says a neighbor suggested that Greta needed someone to help her with some projects around her house. Greta agrees to hire her and says that her first project will be cleaning out the attic.

Carmen learns that her mother, Christina, had been on a date the night before, and Christina is very enthusiastic about it. She can't stop talking about her evening, giving Carmen no chance to tell her about her own evening with Porter.

Lena's sister, Effie, tells Lena that their grandparents called from Greece, saying there had been a large party and Kostos had brought...

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