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Interview with Tane du Breuil
Taken from the Bookhounds Blog during the Immortal Hope Blog Tour.
Name: Tane du Breuil
Profession: Knight Templar
Age: Over eight hundred years old
Height: 5’ 11”
Hair: shoulder-length black
Eyes: Sharp green eyes
Tane: ‘Tis indeed difficult to discuss, things given as they are. But I shall endeavor to answer your queries. I came to the Templar in the second wave of knights, men who joined Merrick after his return. As was revealed in Merrick’s biography, there was an incident within my family that led me to a holy warrior’s life. The story, however, is best left for a later time.
Tane: I did not say such. Do not give Merrick or Mikhail any more reason to suspect my motives are for myself, milady.
Tane: ‘Tis my hope that I should be worthy enough, and contribute enough to the Order to warrant the telling of my life. Should that not come to pass, it will not be a story missed. Let us move on.
Tane: I have a plan in the works that will hopefully better aid their plight. Marie is like the sister I have never known. ‘Tis my fondest wish that she and her brother will find safety, and I shall stop at nothing to see it is done.
Tane: Nay. It is done. I was mistaken. There is naught to discuss. You wished to discuss the past, milady. Not the present.
Tane: Aye, ‘tis easy, though ‘tis simple. I miss my mount. It has been eons since I have had cause to sit atop a horse. These SUVs accomplish much, and they are a necessity in this world you designed. But the simpler times are not far from my heart, nor the quiet moments in a meadow, with the power of an equal, trustworthy warrior beneath me.
Tane: (It takes him a minute to answer, and in his expression, I can see he’s struggling with something internally. Something that pains him, judging from the sharp darkening of his eyes.) I am not deserving of a seraph, damsel. If you believe such, you did not pay close attention to my actions, nor my circumstance. Your delusions are even greater than mine own.
Tane: Nay. (A faint smile crosses his face.) ‘Tis a woman’s way, is it not? Good day, damsel.
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