Last week’s quote came from the final page of Sir Malcolm and the Missing Prince. Hats off to Maiden-in-Waiting who got the answer right once again. Speaking of Maiden-in-Waiting, if you haven’t already see it, you should check out the guest book review she wrote last Friday.
And…here’s the quote for this week.
“Dear heart,” he murmured, “do not look on me with those dear, scared eyes of yours. If there is aught that puzzles you in what I said, try and trust me a little longer. Remember, I must save the Dauphin at all costs; mine honour is bound with his safety. What happens to me after that matters but little, yet I wish to live for your dear sake.”
Stumped? I’ll give you a hint. This subject draws the readers of this blog like bees to honey, but be careful about your guess. Things may not be as they seem. Confused? Good. 🙂 If you’ve read this book, though, you probably aren’t confused at all. Happy guessing.
What book is this quote from?