Cameos: 4. Gimlet

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4. Gimlet


The stable doors nearly burst off their hinges. It was then that Éothain knew they were in for a long ride.

"Women are incompatible," the King of Riddermark growled, slicing the air horizontally with his right hand.

"You've found out the Princess rides side-saddle?" Éothain quipped, weathering the storm.

"No." Éomer grabbed a saddle blanket and slap-dashed it over Firefoot, upsetting straw, getting it all over himself. "Lothíriel said Firefoot behaves like a warg!"

Éothain grinned, "What'd you do to provoke her?"

"What makes you think I did anything?"

Éothain waited.

"I said her aunt reminded me of a gimlet."

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Story Information

Author: medea_smyke

Status: General

Completion: Ongoing Serial

Era: 3rd Age - Post-Ring War

Genre: General

Rating: General

Last Updated: 02/06/09

Original Post: 09/15/08

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