There were three things that Gina de Valincourt loved. First, of course, was her beloved Robert. Second was hosting parties at their estate outside of Paris.
And third was putting on theatricals, in which she coerced her Immortal friends to take part,
and for which a sizeable theater had been built in the lower right wing of the de Valincourt mansion.
So as she surveyed the stage where a wood outside of Athens was taking form so that she could play Titania to her beloved Robert's Oberon, she should have been the happiest woman in France.
With a sigh, she made her way to the rehearsal room where a collection of her dearest friends were sitting around a table, scripts in hand.
They were all, to a man, pointedly not looking in Duncan MacLeod's direction.
"Thank you for coming early to rehearsal," she began.
"How is Raines?" Marcus Constantine asked, polite concern on his face.
He might not like Cory Raines, as he disliked both thieves and con men, but he had been raised with Old World manners and Raines had been part of their (reluctant) company.
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