Before We Were Yours

Before We Were Yours

by

Lisa Wingate

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Avery Judith Stafford Character Analysis

The protagonist and one of the narrators, along with May. Avery is a lawyer and the youngest child of Senator Wells and Honeybee Stafford. Throughout most of the story Avery is being groomed to take over her aging father’s seat in the U.S. Senate. Avery is also engaged to Elliot, her long-term boyfriend and one of her closest childhood friends. During a publicity event at a senior care facility, Avery is approached by a mysterious woman named May Crandall who calls Avery “Fern” and steals the dragonfly bracelet Avery is wearing. When she realizes it’s missing, Avery is anxious to get the bracelet back because it belonged to Judy Stafford, her grandmother. When she returns to the facility, Avery discovers an old picture in May’s room of a man and a woman who bears a striking resemblance to Judy. Avery tries to get answers from May but fails. Instead, she takes a picture of the photo and goes to the memory care facility her grandmother is in to ask her about it. Judy suffers from dementia, but seems to recognize the woman in the picture, calling her “Queenie.” This inspires Avery to go through her grandmother’s old papers and account books in search of clues about how her grandmother is connected to May. In Judy’s papers, Avery finds a phone number for a man named Trent Turner and calls it. She learns that the man her grandmother called, Trent Turner Sr., died, but that he left Trent Turner III some papers. Trent is initially reluctant to share the papers, but eventually he and Avery discover that both of their grandparents were victims of a child trafficking ring led by Georgia Tann—and that May is one of Judy’s biological sisters. During this process of discovery, Avery and Trent grow closer, and Avery realizes that she is making a mistake by marring. After Avery reunites Judy and May, and shares her discovery with her parents, Avery breaks up with Elliot and begins dating Trent. She also decides to get a fresh start in her career by taking a local position at a senior rights PAC.

Avery Judith Stafford Quotes in Before We Were Yours

The Before We Were Yours quotes below are all either spoken by Avery Judith Stafford or refer to Avery Judith Stafford . For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:
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). Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Ballantine edition of Before We Were Yours published in 2017.
Chapter 1 Quotes

I’m wearing one of her favorite pieces of jewelry this morning. I’m dimly aware of it on my wrist as I slide out the limo door. I pretend I’ve selected the dragonfly bracelet in her honor, but really it’s there as a silent reminder that Stafford women do what must be done, even when they don’t want to.

Related Characters: Avery Judith Stafford (speaker), Judy Myers Stafford
Related Symbols: Dragonfly Bracelets
Page Number: 9
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Chapter 5 Quotes

The nursing home director walks by and frowns, probably wondering why I’m still here. If I weren’t a Stafford, she’d undoubtedly stop and ask questions. As it is, she pointedly looks away and moves on. Even after two months back in South Carolina, it’s still strange, getting the rock-star treatment just because of my family name. In Maryland, I often knew people for months before they even realized my father was a senator. It was nice having the chance to prove myself as myself.

Related Characters: Avery Judith Stafford (speaker)
Page Number: 49
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Chapter 7 Quotes

I scroll to the photo, look into the face of the young woman who reminds me even more of my grandmother now that I’m right across the table from her. “She had this picture. Do you know the person in it?” Maybe these are woodpile relatives? People my grandmother doesn’t want to acknowledge as part of the family tree? Every clan must have a few of those. Perhaps there was a cousin who ran off with the wrong sort of man and got pregnant?

Page Number: 72
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Chapter 11 Quotes

Why haven’t Elliot and I ever come here?

The answer tastes bitter, so I don’t chew on it very long. Our schedules are always filled with other things. That’s why.

Who chooses the schedules we keep? We do, I guess.

Although, so often it seems as if there isn’t any choice. If we aren’t constantly slapping new paint on all the ramparts, the wind and the weather will sneak in and erode the accomplishments of a dozen previous generations of the family. The good life demands a lot of maintenance.

Related Characters: Avery Judith Stafford (speaker), Elliot
Page Number: 114
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“I’m sure you’re used to getting what you want.”

His insinuation burns. I’ve been fighting it all my life—the idea that my only qualifications are a cute blond head and the Stafford name. Now, with the speculation heating up about my political future, I’m incredibly sick of hearing it. The family name didn’t get me through Columbia Law School with honors.

Related Characters: Avery Judith Stafford (speaker), Trent Turner III (speaker)
Page Number: 118
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Chapter 17 Quotes

I come from a world where we would never openly admit to such things, certainly not to someone who’s practically a stranger. In the world I know, a polished exterior and an unblemished reputation are paramount. Trent makes me wonder if I’ve become too accustomed to the constraints that go with upholding public appearances.

Related Characters: Avery Judith Stafford (speaker), Trent Turner III, Jonah
Page Number: 194
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“The truth always comes out sooner or later. I’m of the belief that you’re better off knowing about it first.” But even as I say it, I wonder. My entire life, I’ve been so certain that we were above reproach. That our family was an open book. Maybe that was naïve of me. What if, after all these years, I’ve been wrong?

[…] Do we carry the guilt from the sins of past generations? If so, can we bear the weight of that burden?

Related Characters: Avery Judith Stafford (speaker), Trent Turner III
Page Number: 199
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Chapter 19 Quotes

I crave a simple answer to all of this. One I can live with. I don’t want to find out that my grandmother was somehow paying penance for our family’s involvement with the Tennessee Children’s Home Society—that my grandfathers were among the many politicians who protected Georgia Tann and her network, who turned a blind eye to atrocities because powerful families did not want her crimes revealed or their own adoptions nullified.

Page Number: 224-225
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I try to imagine having a history like hers, having lived two lives, having been, effectively, two different people. I can’t. I’ve never known anything but the stalwart stronghold of the Stafford name and a family who supported me, nurtured me, loved me.

Page Number: 228
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In the end, I’m a Stafford through and through. I tend to assume that I’ll get what I want.

Which, I realize with a shiver, makes me eerily like the adoptive parents who inadvertently funded Georgia Tann’s business. No doubt some were well-meaning people and some of the children really did need homes, but others, especially those who knew that exorbitant fees were being forked over for made-to-order sons and daughters, must have had some idea of what was happening. They just assumed that money, power, and social position gave them the right.

Related Characters: Avery Judith Stafford (speaker), Georgia Tann
Page Number: 230-231
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Chapter 21 Quotes

Maybe I never realized how much being a Stafford is an all-consuming thing, especially here in our native territory. The collective identity is so overwhelming, there’s no room for an individual one.

Once upon a time, I liked that… didn’t I? I enjoyed the perks that came with it. Every path I stepped on was instantly smoothed down before me.

But now I’ve had a taste of climbing my own mountains my own way.

Have I grown beyond this life?

The idea splits me down the middle, leaving half of my identity on each side of the divide. Am I my father’s daughter, or am I just me? Do I have to sacrifice one to be the other?

Related Characters: Avery Judith Stafford (speaker)
Page Number: 262
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Chapter 23 Quotes

So this was my grandmother’s destination. It’s easy to imagine that she enjoyed coming here. This would’ve been a place where she could leave behind her obligations, her cares, her duties, the family reputation, the public eye—everything that filled those carefully managed appointment books.

Related Characters: Avery Judith Stafford (speaker), Judy Myers Stafford
Page Number: 289
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“I only took it fo’ safekeepin’,” the woman says. She hands me the tin piece and the papers separately. “That cross been Queenie’s, long time ago. Miss Judy write the other. It’s her story, but she never write the rest. They decide they all gon’ carry it to they graves, I guess. But I figure somebody might come askin’ one day. Secrets ain’t a healthy thang. Secrets ain’t a healthy thang, no matter how old they is. Sometimes the oldest secrets is the worst of all. You take yo’ grandmother to see Miss May. The heart still knows. It still know who it loves.”

Page Number: 296
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I think of the way May explained their choices: We were young women with lives and husbands and children by the time we were brought together again. We chose not to interfere with one another. It was enough for each of us to know that the others were well

But the truth is, it wasn’t enough. Even the ramparts of reputation, and ambition, and social position couldn’t erase the love of sisters, their bond with one another. Suddenly, the barriers that created their need for hidden lives and secret meeting places seem almost as cruel as those of brokered adoptions, altered paperwork, and forced separations.

Page Number: 298
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Chapter 25 Quotes

May turns to me with purpose, stretches intimately close as if she plans to impart a secret. “A woman’s past need not predict her future. She can dance to new music if she chooses. Her own music. To hear the tune, she must only stop talking. To herself, I mean. We’re always trying to persuade ourselves of things.”

Related Characters: Avery Judith Stafford (speaker), Rill Foss/May Weathers Crandall (speaker)
Page Number: 317
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My father moves tentatively to a chair, looks at his mother as if he’s never seen her before. In a way, he hasn’t. The woman he remembers was an actress playing a role, at least partially. For all the years since her sisters found her, there have been two people inside the body of Judy Stafford. One of them is a senator’s wife. The other carries the blood of river gypsies.

Page Number: 329
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Avery Judith Stafford Character Timeline in Before We Were Yours

The timeline below shows where the character Avery Judith Stafford appears in Before We Were Yours. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 1
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It’s the present day in Aiken, South Carolina. Avery takes a breath and prepares to exit the limo—which is surrounded by cameras—with her father.... (full context)
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Even though Avery is certain she wants to take over for her father, she still hopes that she... (full context)
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Wells asks Avery if she’s ready and she says she is. To herself, she says that she hopes... (full context)
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Thinking about Judy prompts Avery to think of the dragonfly bracelet she’s wearing. It used to be Judy’s and Avery... (full context)
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From inside the room Avery sees an old woman standing alone outside. Avery watches her for a while but forces... (full context)
Chapter 2
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...because she is occasionally triggered by something, which is what happens when she sees the young woman at the nursing home. The woman’s face initially reminds May of Fern, but then May... (full context)
Chapter 3
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Avery’s mother calls to her to come downstairs, which makes Elliot chuckle on the phone. This... (full context)
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Avery thinks about how often she’s wanted to go back to her old job in Maryland... (full context)
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Avery’s niece, Courtney, bounds in to tell her Honeybee (Avery’s mom) is tired of waiting for... (full context)
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Avery’s thoughts turn to her childhood and how she used to attend public appearances with Wells,... (full context)
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When Avery steps off the stage, Leslie tells her that a nurse from the nursing home they... (full context)
Chapter 5
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Avery tells Ian to wait for her in the car when they roll up to the... (full context)
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May isn’t there, so Avery looks around the mostly bare room, silently comparing it to Judy’s luxurious mini-apartment full of... (full context)
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Avery struggles to get a good picture of the photo in the dark. May walks in... (full context)
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May asks if Judy passed away and Avery explains that Judy had to be moved to a nursing home. May seems really interested... (full context)
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Avery calls Honeybee, who wants to know if Avery can stop at the house and make... (full context)
Chapter 7
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As Avery pulls up to Magnolia Manor—the nursing home Judy lives in—she remembers what it was like... (full context)
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Avery fills Judy in on the family news and they talk about the town hall meeting... (full context)
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Avery shows Judy the picture she took of the photo in May’s room and asks Judy... (full context)
Chapter 9
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Avery asks Honeybee again if the name May Crandall is familiar. Avery explains that May was... (full context)
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Avery and her parents arrive at a local country club to make an appearance and shake... (full context)
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Avery is driving to May’s nursing home when her sister Allison calls her and asks her... (full context)
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Avery settles on looking through Judy’s detailed appointment books, remembering that once Judy told Avery she’d... (full context)
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Avery decides to look at some of Judy’s oldest appointment books. In one entry, Judy wrote... (full context)
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Avery’s phone rings, interrupting her thoughts—it’s Trent, returning her call. Avery confusedly asks if Judy was... (full context)
Chapter 11
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Two weeks have passed since Avery talked to Trent Turner on the phone. She is driving down to Edisto Island to... (full context)
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Avery has also been researching Trent Turner. She’s learned that he’s actually Trent Turner III and... (full context)
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Avery walks into the office and calls out, but nobody is there. She notices a popcorn... (full context)
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...he made a promise to his grandfather and says it’s better that he doesn’t give Avery the papers. Avery threatens to sue for the papers on the grounds that they might... (full context)
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After a while, Trent states that Avery must be used to getting what she wants. Avery is hurt by this because she... (full context)
Chapter 13
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Avery walks into the empty cottage on Edisto Island and is overwhelmed by a sense of... (full context)
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Avery tosses around theories about what the papers Trent Turner has for Judy might be while... (full context)
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Avery realizes that the papers the younger Trent has probably shed more light on Judy’s interest... (full context)
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As Avery is walking to Trent’s, Elliot calls to tell her about a conversation he had with... (full context)
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Avery walks up to the back porch of Trent’s cottage and he opens the door before... (full context)
Chapter 15
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The folder Trent gives Avery is thin, so she knows there aren’t many papers in it. She wants to open... (full context)
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...had a nightmare about a dinosaur in his closet. Trent tries to soothe him, but Avery—who has plenty of experience with kids thanks to her niece and nephews—suggests they buy a... (full context)
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Avery asks Trent if there are other packets. Trent looks guilty but admits that his grandfather... (full context)
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Avery asks Trent if he can show her the other files, which are in a separate... (full context)
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While Avery walks back, she’s conscious of Trent watching her. Suddenly, her phone buzzes again and she... (full context)
Chapter 17
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Avery enjoys her free time on the beach but begins to worry that Trent has changed... (full context)
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Trent leads Avery up the path to his grandfather’s former office. Trent becomes somber as they get closer... (full context)
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Avery says that nothing shocks her after being a federal prosecutor for so long, but she... (full context)
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Trent asks Avery if she’s sure she wants to go through more files. Avery tells him that the... (full context)
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Avery notices a picture of four blond women on the beach—one of them is Judy and... (full context)
Chapter 19
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Avery is driving to May Crandall’s nursing home—Avery got Ian to call ahead to make sure... (full context)
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Trent greets her at the curb, and they joke around about Avery’s driving. Avery likes Trent but knows they can only be friends; she let it slip... (full context)
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May is in her bed when Avery comes into the room. Avery tells her that Judy didn’t remember May’s name but could... (full context)
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...say whose. May reaches out to touch his face and Trent blushes when May tells Avery that he’s “a keeper.” Avery mentions that she’s engaged to someone else and May retorts... (full context)
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...real name after finding out he was adopted. May shares her story with Trent and Avery, starting with the names of her parents (Queenie and Briny) and her siblings (Camellia, Lark,... (full context)
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Avery shows May the picture of the four women on the beach and asks if they... (full context)
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Trent tells Avery they should leave but Avery pleads with May to tell her if her family is... (full context)
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Avery tells May that she’s sorry for what May had to go through as a child.... (full context)
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Trent tells Avery that the revelations May made about his grandfather make him wonder what his grandfather’s life... (full context)
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Trent says Avery’s name, calling her out of her thoughts. She asks him what he was going to... (full context)
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Trent tells Avery that he should get back to Edisto. As they say goodbye, Avery hears a car... (full context)
Chapter 21
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...has been fighting off the press, since the publication of the article about Magnolia Manor. Avery wants to remind the reporters that follow the family around at public events that Judy... (full context)
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Elliot explains that his flight got laid over and he wanted to see Avery for a few hours. Avery sees her parents pull up and quickly leads him away... (full context)
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Elliot and Avery start talking about their wedding but can’t settle on any plans before Elliot has to... (full context)
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The next morning Avery goes to Magnolia Manor to tell Judy about her wedding plans. When Avery arrives, Judy... (full context)
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After talking to Judy for a while, Avery says she has to go and that her dad will be there later. Judy asks... (full context)
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Trent tells Avery that he’s in Aiken and invites her to lunch so he can tell her about... (full context)
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Avery thinks about her situation while she drives back towards Judy’s neighborhood. She wonders if she... (full context)
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While Avery sits at a stop sign by Judy’s house, she notices a taxi in the driveway... (full context)
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Trent texts Avery to let her know that he and Jonah are waiting for her. Avery calls him,... (full context)
Chapter 23
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Trent and Avery stare at the ruins of what was once a large plantation and wonder who used... (full context)
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Avery, Trent, and Jonah follow the path until it comes out into a well-maintained yard surrounding... (full context)
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...tractor pulls up by the cottage and calls the dog away before asking Trent and Avery what they need. Trent says that they know May and Avery and asks the man... (full context)
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When Avery tells the woman that she’s Judy’s granddaughter, the woman knowingly says that Avery wants to... (full context)
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The woman gives Avery the papers and a chair to sit in. The paper says “Prelude” at the top... (full context)
Chapter 25
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May ends her story and asks Avery if she’s happy or if it’s too much of a burden. Avery admits that it’s... (full context)
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Avery says she agrees with Hootsie that the truth is valuable. May snorts and says Hootsie... (full context)
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Avery asks May if she ever saw Silas again; in her mind, Avery knows she’s asking... (full context)
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May turns to Avery and tells her that a woman’s past doesn’t have to determine her future—that women can... (full context)
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...are doing at the cottage since she’s already told them the rest of her story. Avery hears her parents’ car pulling in and tells May that they’re coming to visit, too.... (full context)
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Honeybee again asks Avery to explain why she wanted them to bring Judy out to the middle of nowhere.... (full context)
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Avery tells Honeybee and Wells about Judy and May’s history. Although Honeybee tries to question the... (full context)
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Wells says he wants to talk to May, and Avery says May would like that. The three of them head back into the house. Wells... (full context)
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...a couple walking in the garden and says they look sweet. May tells her it’s Avery and Trent so Judy waves to them. Judy and May giggle together when the couple... (full context)