Man of War – Excerpt No. 148

“What do you mean, Adjudant?” Marc asked.

Unlike some commanders, Marc refused to drop ranks. They worked hard to get where they are and should be recognised for their accomplishment.

“I’ve seen your marksmanship, mon Lieutenant,” Cornay said. “So obviously, you’re not blind.”

“Is there a point to this, Adjudant?”

“Several men claim that you haven’t noticed Beatriz, mon Lieutenant.”Upon hearing the word ‘men’ in that statement, the contents of Marc’s stomach soured. He was all for solidarity, but they should not be so bored as to take an active interest in what he took notice of.

Picture of a woman of Spanish decent. Tall, well-dressed, busty, dark-brown eyes, dark-brown wavy hair. Holding a tray of drinks, as she works in a tavern. Clothes and background appropriate for 16th century France.

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