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|Leaving home; Coming Home by Mirkwoodmaiden||2 Review(s)|
|shirebound||Reviewed Chapter: 6 on 4/13/2020|
|Another delightful chapter! It's fun to see the first sparks of this romance.|
Author Reply: Shirebound!
Hello! It has been a fun story to write. I had been wanting to write about Faramir and Eowyn's wedding for a while and I think read somewhere that Eomer and Lothiriel met at their wedding and I thought wee-hee! Double fun!
|Lindelea||Reviewed Chapter: 6 on 4/12/2020|
|Hahaha! "I live for danger!" (I grew up with three brothers, LOL)|
Oooo, Eomer, I think she's a keeper!
The idea of the conversation switching directions at the ringing of a bell sounds familiar, though I don't know where I've heard it before.
Poor bashful Faramir. What did he do with the whole city was calling his name in "The Siege of Gondor"? It probably felt as bad or worse than escaping the Nazgūl with the White Rider's help...
Hope this finds you and yours well. Stay safe.
Author Reply: Lindelea!
I thought with three brothers she probably was a little more of a tomboy.
Eomer is most definitely going to think she is a keeper!
The dinner etiquette I am borrowing is straight out of "Downton Abbey". I guess I think (through nothing but my own fevered imagination) that Minas Tirith society is an amalgamation of Medieval settings and Edwardian social structure.
Faramir at this point in his life really does not handle praise well. He is still too influenced by his upbringing, still too busy thinking that he really isn't worthy. That changes in my stories later in the timeline. He is never completely comfortable but has a lot more confidence in later stories. This is only six months after the war was over and his father passing.
Stay safe!! ((Virtual hugs)