Daisy said she never loved Tom. But then she said she did. Tom says he loves Daisy. But he was diddling Mrs. Wilson. Gatsby does seem to really love Daisy. He shouldn't have let her drive. By the end of this chapter, Mrs. Wilson is dead, Tom is grieving, and Gatsby is keeping watch over Daisy's house. But accidentally homicidal Daisy is now depending on Tom, and it's starting to feel like Gatsby's love affair is losing the light faster than a hot summer afternoon at the Plaza.