Posts tagged ‘A: Elizabeth Ann Bennett’

July 13, 2010

Fainne

Fainne:

” Our images showed side by side; the same face with subtle alterations. The dark red curls; the fierce eyes, dark as ripe berries; the pale unfreckled skin. My father’s countenance was handsome enough, I thought, if somewhat forbidding in expression. Mine was a child’s, unformed, plain, a little pudding of a face.”

From Child of the Prophecy

Last Updated: 29.August.2012

read more »

Advertisements
June 30, 2010

Lady Oonagh

Lady Oonagh:

“Her hair was a curtain of dark fire, and her skin the white of new milk.”

“[…] and then I saw her eyes, dark mulberry under winged brows, and the curl of auburn hair under the deep hood. She raised a white hand to slip back the covering from her head, and triumph was written bold on the lady Oonagh’s delicate features.”

From Daughter of the Forest

Last Updated: 29.August.2012

read more »