I find it strange that Ferdinand and Miranda just met and they're already talking about getting married and pledging their love for one another. On page 95, Miranda says, " I would not wish any companion in the world but you." Ferdinand responds by saying, "The very instant that I saw you did my heart fly to your service, there resides to make me slave to it." After they pledge their love to one another they even clasp hands which is made in the contract of a legal marriage. This just seems strange because they just met and they barely know anything about one another.
Now I understand why Prospero is so overprotected of Miranda. She is very naive of people. She doesn't know anything about him and she quickly falls in love with him. She even says, "Do you love me? (95)" And Ferdinand responds by saying, "I beyond all limit of what else i'th' world, do love, prize, honor you." I just find their relationship very strange