"For years they traveled, bound by their love yet separated by the Bishop's curse, until one fateful day, a rather enterprising young thief managed to escape the city's dungeons, and was saved from certain recapture by Navarre. The thief, a young lad known only as Mouse, began to travel with them."
Quietly, Delilah continued to tell the story of Ladyhawke with ease, for that had rapidly become one of her personal favorite movies while she was laid up in bed, pregnant with Joseph, and unable to do much more than watch the television or study.
"And when the old monk heard the bells, and the night without a day, and the day without a night did not come, he thought that Navarre had failed. But before he could carry out the Captain's wishes, the sun became obscured, and the hawk transformed once more into the beautiful Isabeau.
"The hall fell silent as she strode in, dressed in peasant rags but still the beauty was unmistakable. The Bishop turned away, unable and unwilling to look upon her, but at the point of Navarre's sword, he was forced to confront them both, looking upon them both in the flesh, and the curse was broken.
"The evil Bishop breathed his last, and up in the sky, the moon passed on, restoring full daylight to the world. In the sunbeams in the hall of the old cathedral, Navarre and Isabeau were once more united, together forever, and never apart. And they all lived happily ever after. The end."