"Mademoiselle," said the strange, gallant man she took for a knight, whom she had met at the opening of the sea-cave. "Your wound might become serious if you do not show it to a doctor!"
"Oh, it won't," Chris said lightly. "I shall be all right. Nothing ever happens to me."
"Nothing?" he questioned, with an answering smile.
She was hobbling over the stones with his assistance. "Nothing interesting, I assure you," she said.
"Except when mademoiselle goes to the cavern of the fairies, to look for the magic knight?" he suggested.
Ethel May Dell, author of "Greatheart" and "The Knave of Diamonds," in "The Rocks of Valpre" tells of enchantments that are not what they seem, yet are true enchantments all the same.