Marian of Knighton

November 2018


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It had been weeks since Marian had been forcefully brought to live in the castle. Longer than she liked to go without seeing her father. Robin had sneaked a few missives back and forth, but it wasn't the same as seeing him. The want to do so was probably stronger than was healthy.

And so Marian found herself at the castle gate, trying to con one of the more soft hearted guards. "Please David, I wont be gone long enough to be missed, I promise." She batted her long eyelashes at the man. "I feel like a wilted flower, if I don't get some sunshine and fresh air soon I may begin to shrivel." The man stuttered, he was a bit young, still wet behind the ears, unused to pretty women speaking so boldly to him.

Yet before he could say anything he went near white. Looking over her shoulder at something. Glancing back Marian too paled. "Sir Guy." She greeted.


Sep. 6th, 2011 08:42 pm (UTC)
It took Marian a good few minutes to be able to breathe normally again. Though she was positive it would take a while before she could even think of moving again. A soft little hum vibrated in her throat at the feel of his lips grazing her shoulder. The warmth of his arm was nice too.

Marian was unable to resist the urge to snuggle a little closer. Only a little bugged by what might happen once this was over. Would he put her in the dungeon? Would he tell Vaisey of his discovery? Would he let her go? It seemed the way he spoke that might be a possibility as well, if only to catch her and... well...
Sep. 7th, 2011 01:24 am (UTC)
To be honest Guy hadn't decided yet. This probably wouldn't end with her in the dungeons, but he wasn't just going to let her go, either. Arm tightened around her, eyes sliding shut. They would just enjoy the moment for now.