Whitney, My Love - Part 3, England 1820: Chapters 30-33 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, England 1820: Chapters 30-33 Summary

In chapter 30, Clayton takes Whitney on a tour of his home. Clayton attempts to seduce Whitney but finds her reluctant to share his embraces. At the same time, Clayton's mother is pleased her son is marrying something he loves, but is shocked at the rush for the wedding. In chapter 31, Clayton gives Whitney a diamond for their betrothal ring. That night, Stephen shares stories of Clayton as a child over dinner. Lord Edward Gilbert arrives at Claymore and announces that he knew all along about Clayton's intentions to marry Whitney, causing his wife to become angry with him. In chapter 32, Whitney becomes tense about the idea of the wedding night because she is afraid of the pain she felt the night Clayton took her virtue. When Whitney and Clayton have a few minutes alone together, she asks...

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