A Discovery of Witches - Chapters 28-31 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Harkness
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In Chapter 28, Ysabeau is scouring the countryside for any intruding vampires and talking to the village officials. Matthew is angry with his mother, but Diana says she understands that Ysabeau was protecting Matthew. Matthew says he does not need protection “from my wife” (354). Diana asks when they got married, and Matthew says his proclamation upon arriving home was the equivalent of a vampire marriage. Matthew helps Diana out of the bath that night, and they go to bed naked. However, Matthew says sex is more than the act and that he plans to court Diana. He brings her to climax with his fingers. When she turns her attention to his body, she is disturbed by all the scars. He says they are just the result of hundreds of years of life and fighting for a vampire. Diana says she wants to hurt everyone...

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