Monster Manual (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons) by Gary Gygax

By Gary Gygax

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The ceiling was a good thirty feet high, and richly embroidered tapestries hung from nearly every wall. Two servants brought the dinner and waited on us as we ate. The food was plentiful and delicious, though I could scarcely take my eyes from the woman long enough to eat. We talked of this and that, and she didn't bring up her husband until after she had dismissed the servants for the night, and we were alone in the room, lit by firelight and candles. Then she walked toward the fireplace, turned, and stood there looking at me.

She caught a pale glimmer out of the corner of her eye and turned to find herself gazing into an old mirror with a gilt frame. A pretty young woman stared back at her with wide green eyes. Her dark hair was pulled back from her high fore- THE HOUSE OF A HUNDRED WINDOWS 37 head, and a tear-drop pearl glistened at her throat. The mirror's ornate frame made her face look like a painting—just one more object of delicate beauty purchased to decorate the rambling manor called Evenore. Sudden rage flashed through Clarisse's breast.

You needn't fear them, Clarisse," Domenic answered from behind. "Every great lord must have servants. " His voice seemed to coil around her like a soft cloak. "Now, Clarisse. Reach up to the window. " She shook her head. " Fear made her entire body tremble. Or was it desire? "Just reach into the window, Clarisse," Domenic urged gently. "Take my hand. " She could resist no longer. The fear in her breast melted into a powerful, heady warmth. Domenic was so handsome, so compelling . . so utterly unlike Gareff.

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