"Your mother wants to keep the two of you together, no splitting the Adam twins" he replied dully.
If they thought for a second she was dropping her school, her friends, her family, her life, for the boy who had been nothing more than a pain in their rear end, then they seriously need to reconsider the bounds of twin hood.
Harriet has never really seen eye to eye with her twin brother, he's a reckless teenager, who gets by on his good looks and charming charisma. So, when she finds out he's being sent to a boarding school in the Northern Moutains, she feels free and believes that she can finally soar as a individual rather than the other half of the Adams' twins.
Well, for about 5 seconds, because being a twin means sticking together and when you're Mark's twin, it means staying connected through the bounds of twin hood.
With both twins agreeing on the dislike of being sent to live away and together, can this one common factor be what they need to reconcile and become the twins they were destined to be?