The Witching Hour: A Novel - Part Three: Come Into My Parlor, Chapters 37-39 Summary & Analysis

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Part Three: Come Into My Parlor, Chapters 37-39 Summary

Rowan dreams that she must use her powers to help a strange man with tiny organs. She wakes and finds the emerald around her neck. Rowan takes the emerald to Mayfair and Mayfair, where she learns that she must wear it for her wedding. She decides not to tell Michael about the necklace when she sees him.

In Chapter 38, Rowan and Michael announce their engagement. Beatrice, one of the cousins, convinces Rowan to wait a few extra weeks to have the wedding. Michael removes his gloves to touch Beatrice's hand and receives a clear message that she is innocent. Michael returns to the hotel to find a photograph of Deborah's portrait from the Talamasca. He asks Rowan if she would tell him if she saw Lasher. They discuss a...

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