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Interview with Tane du Breuil
Taken from the Book Savvy Babe blog during the Immortal Surrender Blog Tour.
Name: Tane du Breuil
Profession: Templar Knight
Age: over 900 years
Eyes: sharp green
Tane: You are most welcome, milady. The company is nice.
Tane: ‘Tis not all excitement, milady, but a rather simple tale. I was lord and master of my own estate and enjoyed much luxury. ‘Twas a simple life for the most part, and I possessed a loving wife. She passed early. I joined the Templar. As part of my oaths, all I owned was given to the Order. And here I am.
Tane: Aye, indeed! Marie and David are stable with a solid roof over their heads. Their bellies are full. David has been able to stay in school, and Marie is helping me presently. My hopes are she will return to school as well, but she has her own demons to battle before she will be ready.
Tane: (He chuckles.) Nay, of the personal nature.
Tane: (He offers a pensive, one-shoulder shrug.) ‘Tis no less than I deserve. I dishonored my brother. ‘Twas his right to seek retribution by the sword. I live still, and I accept the consequences of my actions.
Tane: ‘Tis my fondest hope that I shall be allowed to return to duties and prove my worth once again.
Tane: In truth, ‘tis a mite bittersweet. I am happy for my brother. I cannot help but feel a degree of envy that ‘twas not myself. Though I am also coming to accept that I shall not likely be offered that redemption. My trespasses are too great.
Tane: (He again shrugs, but the hardness in his eyes reveals unmentioned pain.) The archangels are a curious lot. Only the mighty Gabriel knows what will come to whom.
Tane: Thank you, milady. May your paths be safe as well.
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