Little by little, Trent is letting Chloe get a glimpse of his life, starting with where he lives. He mentions his long-dead brother, and Chloe sees a portrait of his mother. It was fun for me as the author to explore how Trent felt about his home and the stuff--or lack of stuff--contained within. Anyone else pick up on that room he mentioned, the one they avoid? Any guesses as to which room he's referring to and why? What did you like the most about this chapter?
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