Letter from a lover

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Letter from a lover
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Sir Christophe Dugarry's diary is related this letter, which confirms that his wife was not involved with another man, but rather, a woman.

Journal entry[edit | edit source]

My Darling Girl,
I cannot wait until we meet again. My nights are restless, my head full of thoughts of you and only you. If someone had told me but a few months prior such a virile and burning passion would bind me to another woman, I would have laughed in their face. But now… Now my only desire is to be close to you.
Christophe is beginning to suspect something, yet I have hope my reassurances will quell his worries. I would not like to hurt him, if possible. He is a good man, warm-hearted and honest, but the fire which once burned between us has extinguished. I know you understand this and am delighted I can be honest with you.
Till we can meet again (it cannot be too soon!), please, Xymena, take care.
Yours Lovingly, Devotedly, Undyingly,
- Seraphine