The Lady Lilitha didn't hate him, she merely disliked him. There was something wrong about him. Sir Guy Lancaster might have been considered a cavalier by the gay members of his set, and a thorough gallant by all others, but Lilitha knows somewhere in his heart was malice and dishonesty. So she frowned upon his suit, angry as it made her father. There traveled through the country a troubadour. None knew whence he came nor whither he was bound, but the manly figure and the clear eyes made friends along the long way. He was walking through the woods one day, and detected a few outlaws evidently waiting for their intended victim to pass. He hid behind a mass of bushes. Along came the king and Lilitha, who were immediately attacked by the waiting outlaws. The troubadour came to their rescue and routed the assailants. The King thanked him and invited him to the palace. When Sir Lancaster saw the troubadour and learned of his favor with the King his heart filled with rage and envy. Passing ...
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