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They were starting to leave for the dining room when a young monk ran breathlessly into the room. "My Lord Arnaut is coming"

Which was how they found themselves in a small, plain room adjacent to the Abbot's quarters. The squeaking of the bed stopped; they heard the low murmur of the toad, who was speaking urgently to the Abbot.

A moment later, another door opened and a woman came in, bare-legged, hastily adjusting her clothes, her face flushed. She was extremely beautiful. When she turned, Chris saw with astonishment that it was the Lady Claire.

Is my Lord Abbot within?

They were starting to leave for the dining room when a young monk ran breathlessly into the room. "My Lord Arnaut is coming"

Why did you not say it? Magister Edwardus is welcome here, for he was performing a service for the Abbot when he was taken by Oliver.

The Abbot's house was small, made of ornately carved wood, and located in a far corner of the monastery. They were led inside to a small wood-paneled anteroom, where an older monk, hunched and heavy as a toad, sat before a closed door.

She caught his look and said, "Why stare you thus?"

From the adjacent room, they heard a rhythmic creaking sound.

Squire, your countenance is most unjust. How dare you judge me? I am a gentle woman, alone in a foreign part, with no one to champion me, to protect or guide me. Yet I must make my way to Bordeaux, eighty leagues distant, and thence to England if I am to claim my husband's lands. That is my duty as a widow, and in this time of war and tumult, I shall without hesitation do all that may be required to accomplish it.

By the grace of God, you are welcome.

But we have-

She caught his look and said, "Why stare you thus?"

Is my Lord Abbot within?

Which was how they found themselves in a small, plain room adjacent to the Abbot's quarters. The squeaking of the bed stopped; they heard the low murmur of the toad, who was speaking urgently to the Abbot.

I would you make known these worthy men to our Lord Abbot, the monk said, "for they bring news of Edwardus de Johnes."

Chris was thinking that hesitation was not a part of this woman's character. He was stunned by her boldness. On the other hand, Marek was looking at her with open admiration. He said smoothly, "Pray forgive him, Lady, for he is young and often thoughtless."

Circumstances change. I had need of an introduction that only the Abbot could make for me. What persuasion is in my command, I use. The Lady Claire was hopping on one foot now, trying to keep her balance while pulling on her hose. She drew the hose tight, smoothed her dress, and then set her wimple on her head, tying it expertly beneath her chin, so only her face was exposed.

Squire, your countenance is most unjust. How dare you judge me? I am a gentle woman, alone in a foreign part, with no one to champion me, to protect or guide me. Yet I must make my way to Bordeaux, eighty leagues distant, and thence to England if I am to claim my husband's lands. That is my duty as a widow, and in this time of war and tumult, I shall without hesitation do all that may be required to accomplish it.

Come with me now at once, he said. "The Abbot will wish to see you."

The Abbot will wish it. Come

Come with me now at once, he said. "The Abbot will wish to see you."

It may be a goodly while," the toad said. "She is recidive. And her sins are oft repeated."

They were starting to leave for the dining room when a young monk ran breathlessly into the room. "My Lord Arnaut is coming"

Squire, your countenance is most unjust. How dare you judge me? I am a gentle woman, alone in a foreign part, with no one to champion me, to protect or guide me. Yet I must make my way to Bordeaux, eighty leagues distant, and thence to England if I am to claim my husband's lands. That is my duty as a widow, and in this time of war and tumult, I shall without hesitation do all that may be required to accomplish it.

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