In the Hand of the Goddess - Ch. 3: The Prince's Squire Summary & Analysis

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Ch. 3: The Prince's Squire Summary

"Alan" goes to the Dancing Dove the night before Jonathan's 19th birthday in August. George and his friends are loud and drinking. They say hello to Alanna and tell her they are toasting the prince's birthday. None of them know that George's friend Jonathan is the actual prince. George gives Alanna a letter from her brother, Thom, and a silver jeweled tunic and belt for Jonathan's birthday gift. Thom's letter reveals that he feels he is being spied upon by people from the palace. Alanna reads the letter to George, who tells her she has been being followed since she beat Dain in June. George tells Alanna that people marry in the city at her age and then he holds her hand. Alanna becomes uncomfortable and the two leave to walk back to the palace.

George walks...

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