Whitney, My Love - Part 3, England 1820: Chapters 12-13 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, England 1820: Chapters 12-13 Summary

In chapter 12, Whitney wakes early to prepare for a picnic which she is to attend with Paul. Whitney devices a plan to have Paul ride to the picnic with her on horseback but is disappointed when Paul insists on picking up other, female guests in his buggy and leaving Whitney to ride to the picnic with Clayton. Whitney arranges for Clayton to ride to the picnic on one of her father's more spirited horses, Dangerous Crossing, a horse that is deathly afraid of riding crops. Clayton takes the challenge and manages to control the horse well. However, when Clayton makes a rude comment to Whitney, she goes to hit him with her riding crop, but accidentally hits the horse instead. The horse bolts with Clayton on its back. Whitney leaves on Khan, embarrassed by her own actions...

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