If Jarrett had to lay money one way or the other, the only person in the room of two minds on the event that had called them all here was probably him. Lady Kennedy might still have been of two minds on the subject, but she wasn’t in the room. And she was apparently okay enough that she’d sent the king back down to the Great Hall.
Posted in Blake, Fox, Hope, Jarrett, Kennedy, Nessa, Peyton, Ren, Season Two, Tiffany
Tagged Birth, Blake, Episode Eleven, Fall, Fox, Hope, Jarrett, Lock, Nessa, Peyton, Raquel, Ren, Season Two
That couldn’t have gone worse if I’d been trying. Lock thought as he stared at the candle flame. He owed it to Tate to handle this well. He hadn’t been able to spare him this, he hadn’t been able to make it better and now he’d just made it exponentially worse. And what if Alistair went over to Gray’s. Gray wasn’t there.Why hadn’t he had them bring Tate to the castle? Why hadn’t he gone over to Gray’s and warded the place before he talked to Alistair.
Posted in Lock, Season Two, Tiffany, Wesley
Tagged Alistair, Episode Ten, Fall, Kennedy, Lock, Season Two, Tate, Tiffany, Wesley
Gray stood by the window of the reception parlor outside of the king’s study and stared out the window at Sir Wesley and Lady Jennica. That, he thought, was what love was supposed to be like. The shy fluttery smiles mixed in with conversation that was never quite stilted. He clutched the window frame for a moment, his stomach a churning mess. He’d felt like that, once upon a time. Bailey’s face flickered in front of him and he blinked rapidly, the last thing that he needed right now was to get the issues confused.
Posted in Fiona, Gray, Jennica, Lock, Wesley
Tagged Alistair, Episode Nine, Fiona, Gray, Jennica, Kennedy, Lock, Season Two, Summer, Tate, Wesley, Zahrah
They’re home! They’re back! Thaniel tumbled out of his bed, tripping over his tiny feet and nearly faceplanting before running for the door. After a moment’s thought, he sat down, tail wagging. It was sit, right? Not chew, pee, or beg for food. When Master bent over and patted the top of his head, he knew he’d done right.
“You know, I’m glad that I’ve got a chance to talk to you by myself, Zahrah.” Sawyer said giving his most disarming grin. Zahrah rolled her eyes.
“You’re married now, Sawyer. And your wife is jealous.” Zahrah told him. His brow went upward.
“She is?” Sawyer asked.
“That’s what everyone says and they do know her better than I do.” Zahrah shrugged.
Posted in Alistair, Jarrett, Nessa, Olivia, Sawyer, Season Two, Tate, Zahrah
Tagged Alistair, Episode Seven, Jarrett, Nessa, Olivia, Sawyer, Season Two, Summer, Tate, Zahrah
“Oooh, I had never noticed that before.” Tate heard Lady Zahrah behind him, but it was obvious by the hushed tone and snicker that she wasn’t talking to him.
“Noticed what?” Mistress Raquel asked.
The forest surrounding Shadowhaven was not really meant to be hiked, and certainly not in a wedding dress. Why she hadn’t thought to grab something else to wear this morning she’d never know. And the fact that the forest seemed to be clawing and pawing, trying to drag her back, didn’t help. Or maybe it was her regrets that were clawing at her, after all, the dress was seemingly untouched for as many snags as she seemed to have hit.
She’d never thought of herself as a coward. Her father would be so disappointed in her. He always told her to stand and face her fears. Although why she should care what he’d think… After what he did to her mother. But somehow twenty plus years of being daddy’s little girl didn’t go away just cause he’d done something inexcusable. And now as she had also done something inexcusable, hurt someone who deserved it no more than she’d deserved her father’s betrayal, all because she was weak.
Posted in Jarrett, Jolene, Sawyer, Season Two, Tate
Tagged Episode Five, Jarrett, Jolene, Sawyer, Season Two, Summer, Tate, Wedding
“When I said you ought to do something different with your hair, I didn’t mean loosen the braid and switch the shoulder on it.” Olivia sighed. “I meant different, like, wear it down.” Nessa smiled faintly as the other woman dropped into a chair at the table and flicked a finger at her own blonde mane.
“It gets in my way if I leave it down. Being able to see what I’m doing is more important, besides sheep don’t care about style.” Nessa reminded her.
“Yes, but you don’t just see sheeps.” Olivia rolled her eyes but smiled fondly.
Posted in Jarrett, Jolene, Nessa, Olivia, Peyton, Sawyer, Season Two, Victoria
Tagged Episode Four, Jarrett, Jolene, Nessa, Olivia, Season Two, Summer
“Ugh, I’m beginning to feel like I should just have Kennedy graft this dress onto my body.” Peyton said, glancing to up meet Ren’s eyes in the mirror over the dresser. “It seems like I’m wearing it all the time anyway.”
“Why does it feel like I never see you anymore?” Heidi asked giving Jolene a long hug, if for no other reason than to spare herself giving the other woman a long once over. Something was wrong, it was there in the way she held her shoulders in the way that her eyes flickered away whenever Heidi tried to catch them. She couldn’t have screamed wrong more short of investing in a large neon sign.