The Woman Who Walked Into Doors - Chapters 23-25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 23-25 Summary

Paula ruefully admits that her wedding never did conclude with a bouquet toss, a good-bye to family and friends, or a romantic wedding night. Eventually, Charlo came in and passed out on the bed. Paula had looked forward to the feeling of superiority over the unmarried girls as she tossed her bouquet, but instead, she shoved the flowers upside-down in the trash. The couple went to Courtown for their honeymoon, which was Paula's idea, inspired by her family's one camping vacation. It was the off-season, and the area was deserted of tourists, so Charlo and Paula wandered around in the rain, enjoying the emptiness. They stayed at a bed and breakfast run by a kind old lady named Mrs. Doyle. Mrs. Doyle told Paula about how one of her granddaughters had gotten trapped in an old refrigerator abandoned in a field...

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