A/N: Though I do not own anything from King Arthur, I do however; own Dani and some other characters to pop up later in the story.
It had been nearly a year since Arthur's marriage to Guinevere. The country was slowly piecing itself back together under Arthur's watchful eye. Arthur loved his people, but loved his wife more. They were totally happy with one another. Now they lived in a castle near Hadrian's Wall. All the knights were invited to live in the castle with them, even Bors with all of his children. Lancelot, Tristan, Galahad, Gawain, and Bors all lived in the castle with Arthur and Guinevere. There were laughter and good times all around. Guinevere loved her home, but living around all these men was growing annoying at times. She longed to have someone to talk to. One night, she decided to approach Arthur about the subject of perhaps bringing someone for her to talk to about womanly things.
"Arthur, darling, can I talk to you about something important?" she asked as they were unfolding the bed sheets to go to sleep for the night. Arthur glanced up at his wife and replied, "Of course, you can talk to me about anything." He smiled at her and climbed into bed. She slipped under the covers next to him. "That's the thing, I can't talk to you about everything. There are some things I need another woman to talk about with. I was thinking, if you don't mind, I would like to bring someone here that I can talk with all the time." Arthur was more than happy to oblige any request Guinevere had. He loved her with all of his heart. "Sure. I don't mind if you have someone here to talk to. I know you need that with me being busy all the time. Whom did you have in mind, my love?" he asked.
"I was thinking about my little sister, Dani. She's nearing her twentieth year and has been longing to live away from the clan since she was fifteen. Would you mind if I brought my sister here to live with us?" she asked sweetly as she grinned at him. She knew he couldn't resist her smile, his one weakness that he would cave to anything if only she'd smile at him. This advantage gave her the upper hand in any argument. She thrived on it. He caressed her cheek and said, "I don't mind if you bring Dani here. If that would make you happy, I'm happy with it."
"Oh!" she exclaimed, "you are so sweet. I will write to her at once and tell her that she will live here. I love you." She kissed him and sunk down to go to sleep. Having her sister at the palace would ease her life. She could hardly wait.