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Interview With Anne MacPherson
Taken from the Ficticious Musings Blog during the Immortal Hope Blog Tour.
Name: Anne MacPherson
Profession: Professor of History, Benedictine College
Anne: (laughing) In a way, yes. The temple is secure enough, but there are concerns about the grounds, and I can’t seem to convince Merrick that he doesn’t need to be at my side every hour of the day.
Anne: Of course! My fascination got me in a lot of trouble early on. But I mean really, what could Merrick expect – I’ve spent my entire life studying the Templar and trying to prove why the Church forced the Order apart.
Anne: Let’s just say that while the men are knights, not all of them are chivalrous. Even Merrick is firmly rooted in the 12th century – in belief and action. There’s a few I wouldn’t want to run into alone, even now.
Anne: No, absolutely not. That’s fiction. The real world of knights and chivalry is harsh and brutal. They fight. They are warriors. Sure, they have their tender moments – Merrick hates to let his show – but they live by oaths. If someone interferes with those oaths, blood is apt to spill.
Anne: (her voice quiets and her smile fades) I interfered with several. Several more Merrick believed I interfered with.
Anne: No, not really. They’re better experienced first-hand.
Anne: Absolutely. There’s danger surrounding all of us, evil plots that threaten mankind. With our limited time, there’s no way I could sum it all up in a few sentences.
Anne’s eyes twinkle with mischief. “What about Merrick?”
Anne: I think he’ll surprise you. I know he did me. Most pleasantly.
Anne: Of course. The next time you’re around, holler. I’ll see if I can convince the big guy to let me out of his sight.
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