The Second Summer of the Sisterhood - Pages 352 - 373 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 352 - 373 Summary

Billy walks Bridget to the bus station and kisses her. Bridget thinks that she has always thought of her younger self and her current self as two different people, but she finally is beginning to feel the connection between them.

Carmen calls Porter and arranges to meet for dinner, but she ends up bringing Paul and Lena along too. Carmen senses an instant connection between Paul and Lena, and at first she struggles with the idea that a relationship between them would changes things for her, but she decides to embrace it, so she takes Lena into the restroom and switches clothes with her, giving Lena the traveling pants. Later, Porter calls and breaks things off wtih Carmen, causing her to realize she's never really seen him as a person.

The four friends gather in Lena's bedroom to catch up. When...

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