Whitney, My Love - Part 3, England 1820: Chapters 14-16 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, England 1820: Chapters 14-16 Summary

In chapter 14, Whitney tells Paul that she will soon be returning to Paris with Lady Anne, forcing him to ask her to marry him. Whitney's father has left town, not due to return for several days, and Paul is to leave town the day after her father's return, placing a delay on when Paul can speak to her father about his intentions. Whitney decides she must keep Paul's proposal secret until it can be discussed with her father. At the same time, Martin visits Clayton to warn him that Paul could become a problem. Clayton dismisses Martin's fears, insisting that no one will interfere with his betrothal contract for Whitney. Clayton knows Whitney is pursuing Paul in order to redeem herself in the eyes of all the people who thought so poorly of her as a child...

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