Chapter 21 Summary

After the incident in the kitchen, Rosina takes care to place herself between Marion and her daughter. Something happened in the pantry that night, and Marion wants to be around Genet more than he ever had—and Rosina knows it. They all become cunning and keep their thoughts to themselves. For the remainder of their holiday, Genet gravitates more to Shiva. They practice their dancing often, but Marion is not jealous. Shiva is his proxy, and having Genet be with his twin is the next best thing. They never play blind man’s buff again, and Marion avoids Zemui when he comes to pick up or drop off his motorcycle. When the two of them finally do come into contact, Marion wants to feel angry with the older man but cannot. Zemui pulls...

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