Mariole (mariole) wrote,

"Devoted" chapter listing

The following is a summary of the chapters of Devoted for your convenience. Please note that the overall series is NC-17 (Strong Adult).



1: Setting Out. 'They were on the road at last'...
2: All Wrong. 'Sam knew something was amiss'...
3: Amazing Beautiful. 'Sam was only nine when young Master Frodo'...
4: Amazing Beautiful, continued. 'From the bedroom window came a heavy sigh'...
5: Help. 'Sam arrived at the bottom of the Hill'...
6: Scratching. 'Sam found he had no trouble duplicating on his own'...
7: The Healer. 'Sam finally got his bawling under control'...
8: The Healer, continued. 'Alone with his master at last, Sam took a long look'...
9: Results. 'Once again Sam woke early'...
10: Relations. 'Dr. Brockhouse recommended two cleansings'...
11: Too Close. 'The planting of the daffodils was a huge success'...
12: Too Close, continued. 'The main corridor was quiet and dark'...
13: Closing In. 'Sam finished his note and addressed it carefully'...
14: Pursuit. 'It was impossible to talk during the scramble through the brush'...
15: Nobody About. 'Ted didn’t care for the Breelanders'...
16: Tuckborough. 'Paladin started at a knock on the door'...
17: Holes. 'By the time Sam reached the Row'...
18: Running. 'Habgar Applethorn peered'...
19: Buckland. 'Brandy Hall was quiet.'...
20: The First Step. 'Sam sat with his master'...
21: Messages from Friends. 'My dear, dear Frodo'...
22: Dear to No One. 'Lobelia had neglected no detail'...
23: Bag End. 'Saradoc was unashamedly grateful'...
24: The Bridge Fields. 'Merry set out from Budgeford'...
25: Waiting. 'Paladin made sure that Saradoc'...
26: Forgetting. 'Sam had never seen anyone'...
27: Girdley Island. 'They struck the River at sunset'...
28: Sounds. 'Everything hurt'...
29: Hunting. 'Merry could have sobbed for frustration'...
30: Hunting, continued. 'Merry’s jaw slackened'...
31: Waking. 'Something was different'...
32: Vows. 'Before Merry left the privacy of the woods'...
33: Missing. 'Something thumped'...
34: Tracking. 'To his relief, Merry found nothing'...
35: Locked Outside. 'For two days, Sam had wanted nothing more'...
36: Finding. 'The trail ended'...
37: Fears. 'Paladin sat with his palms flat'...
38: Beginning. 'Frodo woke to birdsong'...
39: Breakfast. 'Mari looked her usual self'...
40: Reunions. 'Sam had barely started on the breakfast'...
41: Remembering. 'Sam’s heart was pounding'...
42: Nightfall. 'The business of Bag End was done'...
43: Nightfall, continued. 'The instant Hab eased his weight'...
44: Endings. 'Sam took a minute to compose himself'...
45: Different. 'Merry was dreadfully late leaving Budgeford'...
46: Second Breakfast. 'Frodo woke feeling physically better'...
47: No Words. 'To Merry’s relief, leaving'...
48: Setting in Order. 'Fatty had suspected something'...
49: Kin. 'The impending storm caught the four travelers'...
50: Kin, continued. 'Merry held Frodo and let him weep'...
51: Secrets. 'Frodo managed only half his broth'...
52: Small Comforts. 'Sam was glad that Mr. Merry were here'...
53: Hot Water. 'Sam walked round to the back door'...
54: Hot Water, continued. 'Mr. Merry carefully toweled Mr. Frodo’s hair'...
55: Stepping Back. 'Fatty ground his teeth'...
56: Coming Clean. 'Merry sat next to Frodo, combing through his cousin’s hair'...
57: Poison. 'Paladin didn’t know what to expect'...
58: Guests. 'Pippin rested his head'...
59: Guests, continued. 'Merry brushed away a tear'...
60: Dear Madame. 'Highday morning'...
61: Caged. 'Merry paced like a caged animal'...
62: Hollow. 'The pony shed was crowded'...
63: Testimony. 'Frodo heard the tea party break up'...
64: The Trial of Meriadoc. 'Merry stepped into the hall'...
65: Intent. 'Saradoc listened with growing amazement'...
66: Judgment. 'Merry felt a little loose'... - End of Book 1.




2-1: Witness. 'Young Sam had spent'...
2-2: Farewells. 'The Tooks headed out'...
2-3: Nightingale. 'Sam hadn’t much to look at'...
2-4: Steps. 'The window was wide'...
2-5: Tending. '"Sam!” Mr. Fatty’s great voice'...
2-6: Tribute. 'Fatty swaggered down the grassy hill'...
2-7: Invitation. 'Frodo paced slowly back'...
2-8: Recluse. 'He’s resting,' Fatty told Merry...
2-9: Lithe. 'Fatty looked over the ornate cane'...
2-10: Downhill. `The little party made its way'...
2-11: Spectacle. `Frodo felt shaky'...
2-12: Fame. `Frodo went still'...
2-13: Rescue. `Frodo sagged with relief'...
2-14: Lithe Lad. `Frodo briefly closed his eyes'...
2-15: Eyeful. `Frodo’s eyes locked onto Merry’s'...
2-16: Overheard. `Fatty leaned back'...
2-17: Too Much. `This year’s Lithe'...
2-18: Unseen. `For the second time that night'...
2-19: Home. `They had made the final turn'...
2-20: Best Friend. `Merry and Frodo exchanged startled looks'...
2-21: Unspeakable. `A silence fell'...
2-22: Aftermath. `Merry woke with a start'...
2-23: Rumors. `Fatty waited until Merry'...
2-24: Exodus. `Sam wished he could say'...
2-25: Dreams. `Frodo clawed his way'...
2-26: Footsteps. `The three days after Sam'...
2-27: Visitors. `Sam felt as if'...
2-28: Flame. `Gandalf bowed his head'...
2-29: Deep Waters. `Gandalf sighed, and drew the curtains'...
2-30: Ache. `Gandalf bowed his head'...
2-31: Lapse. `Merry had just sat down'...
2-32: Reviving. `Frodo climbed fuzzily towards consciousness'...
2-33: Maneuvers. `Merry closed the bathroom door'...
2-34: Friends. `The walk to Bywater'...
2-35: Concerned. `By the time Sam left'...
2-36: Confession. `Gandalf should have known'...
2-37: Standoff. `Frodo slumped'...
2-38: Drained. `Gandalf waited'...
2-39: Replay. `The second morning'...
2-40: Strongest. `Gandalf gentled Frodo'...
2-41: Obvious Answer. `Gandalf was clearing'...
2-42: The Simple Truth. `It had been a long day for Sam'...
2-43: Safe. `Gandalf continued at Bag End'...
2-44: Carrying On. `The next morning, Frodo sat quietly'...
2-45: Four's a Crowd. `Frodo ran the cloth round the parlor'...
2-46: Protector. `Thanks to Frodo’s excessive preparations'...
2-47: Harvest. `Fatty Bolger barreled across'... - Conclusion.
Acknowledgements


A/N: The map I've been using as my primary source for distances and roads is the Detailed Map of the Hobbit Postal District. Thanks to Tom Maringer (Will Whitfoot) for creating this lovely resource.
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