Whitney, My Love - Part 2, France 1816-1820: Chapters 3-8 Summary & Analysis

Judith McNaught
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Part 2, France 1816-1820: Chapters 3-8 Summary

In chapter 3, Whitney is pleased and touched by the warm room her aunt and uncle have designed for her. Whitney is restrained her first few weeks in the company of her aunt and uncle, but after a while she comes to realize that her aunt and uncle accept who she is and do not want for her to hide from them. Soon Whitney relaxes and discovers kindred spirits in her aunt and uncle. Time passes quickly and before Whitney knows it, time for her debutante ball approaches. Whitney befriends the daughter of one of her aunt and uncle's friends, Terese DuVille, who is completely opposite to Whitney, but kind and friendly, willing to help Whitney navigate the rocky road of the debutante. In chapter 4, Whitney meets Terese's brother when he comes to the Gilbert home...

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