The Lord's Conquest

The Lord's Conquest

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HiddenStoryTeller By HiddenStoryTeller Updated Dec 13, 2017

Daimhin had always knew she would be married. But the fact that it was going to be happening so soon. She was afraid, but slowly realizes what it feels like to be truly loved by someone. Will she learn to love him back is the question. Will Lord Faolon O'Conaill bring Daimhin her true happiness? Though Daimhin and Faolon finding love in each other has become a large part of their new lives together. They will also face great disaster and terrible hardships. After all of this will they have their happy ending?


The fest had gone quite well, I kept to myself and just ate, after the food father had dancers and music brought out to entertain everyone. I was not one for those sights tonight; I was too frightened to enjoy a good song. Now that it was all over father dismissed everyone.
	"Now if you would all retire to bed, in the morn we will have jousting and fights for you all to enjoy." Everyone got up to go to sleep, as did I my room was the farthest from the grand hall with it being on the far end of the castle and up stairs. I walked in the cold night the windows shone the only light to guide me to my chamber.
	"Hello Lady Hanegan." Said a man as he walked up beside me, it was the Lord and I froze where I stood, to afraid thinking of why he would want to see me now.
	"Hello Lord O'Conaill." I curtsied.
	"There is no need for such formality, we are to be married after all, please call me Faolon."	
	"Yes my Lord."
	"Just Faolon, if it is fine with ye may I call ye Daimhin?" 
	"Yes Faolon." I said nervously as he walked closer to me, I backed away until my back was up against the stone wall.
	"I like the way my name sounds coming out yer pretty mouth, my little deer."	
	"Lord that is very..."
	"What little deer, lewd? Well I find ye to be very beautiful." His face was close to mine and he was mere inches away from kissing me.

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  • fae
  • faries
  • historical-fiction
  • historicalfiction
  • irish
  • lady
  • lord
  • love
  • paranormal
  • passion
  • past
  • romance
  • scottish
  • truelove
  • war
  • witches
TamikaT TamikaT Sep 29, 2017
Right and if she really did jump you as soon as she got you alone, you would have been ready to call off the wedding thinking she was a don't ever know what they want
P3ACH3S67 P3ACH3S67 Mar 11, 2017
Girl publish the story and make some money off of an awesome book.
juicyfruitqueen juicyfruitqueen Oct 28, 2017
I wonder why she feels that she's not apart of the family, black sheep?
TamikaT TamikaT Sep 29, 2017
I know this is a serious moment for her but I just busted out laughing because I can see her jumping up and looking around for an escape route only to realize...I doomed...and faint!!!
HusnaKoeucretd HusnaKoeucretd Oct 07, 2016
I waaaaannt... hope you finish this story soon I can't wait to read it
KelseyBarnes1 KelseyBarnes1 Sep 21, 2016
I recognize you may be trying to switch up the saying, but "extent" really should be "end". While generally the words can be exchanged to spuce up sentences; when it is said in this way, it is synonymous with saying "it frightens me for no time period".