The Wolf and the Dove - Chapters 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

Kathleen Woodiwiss
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Chapters 14 and 15 Summary

Gowain, Aislinn, Hlynn and the small group of knights accompanying them leave at daylight and arrive in London to find a crush of people. There are Normans pressing down on them, and just as Aislinn is about to be thrown from her own, smaller horse, strong arms catch her. It's Wulfgar and Gowain smiles, saying that he'd been sent to get Aislinn and had delivered her directly to Wulfgar's lap. Wulfgar and his men spend the day dealing with a misunderstanding that results in several fires being set, then get forced into remaining at a party with a group of nobles celebrating William's coronation. During that party, a woman takes a seat on Wulfgar's lap, pulls his face into her bosom and offers to take him elsewhere, but he declines. He arrives home early in the morning and Aislinn is bathing...

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