Special Sub-Topic: "Enchanted"
|Where does Ariane and Simon's wedding take place?|
Stone Ring Keep. Stone Ring Keep is the home of Lady Amber and Duncan of Maxwell. Blackthorne Keep is the home of Lady Margaret and Dominic le Sabre. Rowan Keep is the home of Lady Ariane and Simon the Loyal at the end of the novel. Sea Home Keep is the home of Lord Erik.
|What is the name of Dominic's most valued spy?|
Sven. Dominic says that he found Sven in a 'Saracen hell' in "Untamed".
|Simon is called the Loyal due to his allegiance to which character?|
Dominic. Simon is Dominic's younger brother and swore his loyalty when Dominic saved him from a cruel sultan in the Holy Land.
|What kind of animal is Simon usually seen carrying or petting?|
cat. At the beginning of the novel, Ariane wonders if the cats sense the same cruelty in Simon as they do in themselves.
|Which character has the ability to sense truth from touch?|
Amber. Amber touches Geoffrey the Fair at the end of the novel in order to prove his lies.
|What did Geoffrey the Fair do to Ariane in Normandy?|
raped her. Amber says that Ariane "suffered a betrayal so deep it all but killed her soul." It is because of the rape that Ariane is known as the Betrayed.
|What is the name of the leman who Simon lusted after in the Holy Land?|
Marie. Marie was kidnapped when she was eight and trained by a harem. Her main job in Blackthorne Keep is to keep the knights away from the serfs' daughters. She also seduces Geoffrey and humiliates him in the novel.
|Who kills Geoffrey the Fair?|
Simon. Simon stabbed Geoffrey after he tried to strangle Ariane when she proved that she had been raped and betrayed.
|What is Ariane searching for in the Stone Ring?|
her dowry. Ariane is a witch who can find things that are lost. She uses this gift to find her hidden dowry.
|Which tree's blossom's help save Ariane's life?|
rowan. The rowan is supposedly a tree that only blooms from love. The blossoms prove to Ariane that Simon does love her. I hope you enjoyed this quiz!
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