The Wolf and the Dove Themes

Kathleen Woodiwiss
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Patience

Though Aislinn takes a long time to voice the word "love" in describing her feelings toward Wulfgar, she early on wants to have Wulfgar as her husband rather than just as her lover. While it isn't only love that makes her desire to have Wulfgar as her husband, there's no doubt that she exhibits an incredible patience toward that end. Aislinn responds to Wulfgar's physical overtures, but not fully. She has been raised to believe that what they are doing is wrong, and she believes that she should keep her image unsullied before others. While Aislinn is patient to a degree, she does things to remind Wulfgar of her position as his slave. When he gives her gifts, she thanks him, then says she must be the best-dressed slave in the country. She gives up her seat beside him at the table and serves him. She goes so...

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