What's in a Name...?: 1. What's in a Name..?

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1. What's in a Name..?

“Aragorn!” Arwen’s lip curls in distaste as she answers Elladan. “Yes, of course I remember him.” Flinty grey eyes with a predatory look. A hard mouth that leered, gathering spittle, when he watched her. Hands seeking to grab and hold, hips grinding into her. Too dignified to struggle, she had stared unflinchingly, hoping the contempt in her eyes lashed him. “It was meant to be.” The hot wet feel of his breath against her ear disgusted her. “Our sons will be kings.” Killed young by wolves: a just fate. “Why would Arathorn choose that name for his son?” she queries. --- Aragorn I † 2327 Aragorn I, it is said, was slain by wolves,
Appendix A, Lord of the Rings

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Story Information

Author: Gwynnyd

Status: General

Completion: Complete

Era: 3rd Age - The Stewards

Genre: Romance

Rating: General

Last Updated: 03/14/05

Original Post: 03/14/05

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What's in a Name...?

Eilenach - 04 Apr 07 - 9:42 AM

Ch. 1: What's in a Name..?

Oh, very clever and very well done!  You had me completely befuddled until your historical reference at the end!

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