Posts tagged ‘A: Richard Armitage’

July 19, 2010

Mac Dara

Mac Dara:

“The voice was deep and dark.”

“The man who now stood between the guards was tall, lean, dark-haired, clad in a sweeping black cloak. It was Cathal. […] For a moment I stood paralysed with shock, and then I saw that it was not Cathal but that other man, the one in the vision. They were very alike, but this man was taller, and although he looked young, no more than five and twenty, his eyes were old. They were the eyes of a man who had seen so much of sorrow and loss, of cruelty and trickery and heartbreak, that nothing much mattered to him any more.”

From Heir to Sevenwaters

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July 16, 2010



“I thought his dark eyes were on Sibeal and me.”

“I regarded the sleeping Cathal, stretched out under the cloak with his head pillowed on one bent arm. In repose his features were pleasing: not handsome like Aidan’s or harmonious like Johnny’s, but grave and strong. The eyelids were shadowed with weariness; the bold strokes of the fox tattoo emphasised the dark, emphatic brows, the straight nose and prominent cheekbones. The contours of his face were all angular, with nothing soft about them, though his lips looked less severe in slumber.”

From Heir to Sevenwaters

Last Updated: 12.October.2013

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June 26, 2010

Lord Colum

Lord Colum:

He was a man of solid build and stern appearance, and everything about him spoke of discipline. He dressed plainly; still, there was something about him that told you, instantly, that he was a leader. He wore his brown hair tied tightly back.

For an instant, his dark, deep-set eyes met mine […]

From Daughter of the Forest

Last Updated: 18.March.2012

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