Park

Park almost tells Eleanor what Park’s mom had said about her, which is that Park’s mom had called her a “trouble girl” and thought that she looked weird, but he decides not to tell Eleanor about it. Park likes the fact that Eleanor dresses in men’s clothes.

Eleanor

In Spanish class, Eleanor writes a letter to Park that translates to “I want to eat your heart.”

Summary: Chapter 28

Park

Park’s mother isn’t thrilled that Eleanor is coming over. Park tells Eleanor that she looks like a sad hobo clown, and that he loves it.

Eleanor

Eleanor keeps thinking about kissing Park. Park’s mom is polite to her, and it takes all of Eleanor’s concentration to keep herself pulled together.

Park

Eleanor agrees to stay for dinner and a movie. Park walks her home and kisses her.

Eleanor

Richie asks Eleanor where she’s been, and when she says she was at Tina’s house, he asks if she’s giving up on men.