But enough of that. On to more pleasant topics. Thank you to my readers and commenters from last week. I value your words and encouragement more than I can say. This week I shall continue from last week's six. I forget which chapter we're in, but two men are fighting for a championship. Last week's six touched on the fears and hopes of Sir Anton DuClerque's betrothed, Graciela Galindez (her name is much longer but I can't remember it all). This week, we turn to Lord Geoffrey Allemande's admirer, who also happens to be a princess.
Katarina braced herself for the ending she knew must be imminent. Either outcome would be a relief to her now. She felt as if she had been holding her breath, and holding herself rigid for an age. If only it would end. Win or lose, but let it be over, she cried in her mind.
In a moment the viewers were all on their feet.
That's all for me this week. Next time it will be back to random scrolling. See you all around the web as I do my Six Sentence Sunday visits, assuming the kids will let me use the computer.