Posts tagged ‘A: Katherine Boecher’

May 15, 2011

Aislinn

Aislinn/Muirne:

“She stood watching in silence as I found a cloth and wiped the tabletop. Under her scrutiny I straightened, turning to face her. This was no serving woman. Her manner was regal and her clothing, though plain to the point of severity, was expertly cut and fashioned of finest wool. The gown was dove grey, the overdress a slightly darker shade; her hair was concealed by a light veil. Under its neat folds her expression was coolly judgmental. […]
The woman clasped her hands together, gazing at me with lustrous gray eyes. Her features were neat and small. She held herself very straight.”

“Muirne’s veil, covering every strand of her hair—if she removed that covering, would a cascade of golden locks tumble over her shoulders and down her back?”

From Heart’s Blood

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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

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