After reading it Charlotte was convinced to go see him and decides she must end it with him. Of course Montreville does not let this happen saying they must meet only once more and that "I will live on that hope till we meet again." (Rowson 1369).
Charlotte ends up meeting with Montreville one week longer, and is then asked to marry him...
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She rejects him twice because she knows it will break her parent's heart, but Mademoiselle and Montreville talk her back into it each time. Charlotte ends up leaving her home land with Montreville, and Mademoiselle LaRue goes with them. Though not in the excerpt in the book, our introduction to Susanna Rowson informs us of Charlotte's fate once in America...