A young woman raised by a mercenary swordsman seeks nothing but war-glory herself. But her Wyrd (fate) is more complicated than that.
Every man in the hall cheered as Jill made her way to him. God-touched--she supposed that was how they had to see her, a favorite of some god or other, rather than admitting that she was merely a woman who could fight as well as a man. Yet no matter the reason, the honor they were paying her was real enough, and all at once the glory of it made her laugh aloud.-- Daggerspell, p.346 [Doubleday & Company, Garden City, NY; 1986; hardback, ISBN 0-385-23108-3]
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