The Second Summer of the Sisterhood - Pages 94 - 140 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 94 - 140 Summary

Carmen and Porter go to dinner with her mother and David, and Carmen is very uncomfortable. Although she can't find anything wrong with David, she is distracted and unhappy with the closeness he obviously shares with her mother.

Lena re-reads the letters she has received from Kostos and reviews the course of their relationship. Things went well until December, when Lena cooled things off and then broke up with him. It makes her sad to think she'll never see him again.

Bridget receives the pants, but is devastated when they won't fit because she has gained too much weight. At her grandmother's house, she goes through several boxes of her late mother's belongings. Her mother, Marly, was a vivacious child and teenager, and Bridget wonders how someone like that came from Greta, who is old and overweight.

Carmen has dinner at...

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