The last three months of 667 turned rocky; Fidelma and Eadulf's relationship was significantly troubled by Fidelma's affected by (but refusing to admit suffering from) what's now referred to as postpartum despair. While Fidelma and Eadulf had been away solving a series of serial killings (see Badger's Moon), Alchu's nurse was found murdered exterior the fort of Cashel and Alchu was lacking, believed to have been kidnapped. In February 668, they celebrated a permanent marriage, regardless of the interruption attributable to their investigation into the murder of Abbot Ultan of Cill Ria (Kilrea) (see A Prayer for the Damned).
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After the occasions of Shroud for the Archbishop in Rome, Fidelma returned to Ireland while Eadulf remained in Rome as secretary to the model new Archbishop of Canterbury Theodore of Tarsus. Later, he was sent to Cashel as Theodore's emissary and was reunited with Fidelma in The Subtle Serpent. After the occasions of that novel, he returned to Cashel with Fidelma and in subsequent novels they grew to become almost inseparable companions and collaborators. With Muman's honor at stake, Fidelma and Eadulf had to by some means unravel the truth and the reasons for so many killings (see The Devil's Seal). Following a little initial hostility on Fidelma's half in the course of Eadulf, the assassin was uncovered, and after the Synod concluded Fidelma and Eadulf journeyed together to Rome, the place they have been asked to analyze the homicide of Archbishop-designate Wighard (see Shroud for the Archbishop). After the case was efficiently resolved, Fidelma returned to Cashel, being pressured on the means in which to stop on the seaport of Genua (Genoa), then touring to the Abbey of Bobium (Bobbio Abbey) to visit her previous trainer Brother Ruadán and changing into concerned within the occasions of Behold a Pale Horse.
Unfortunately, as time handed, Eadulf's devotion to the world of the Faith began to clash with Fidelma's growing ambition to pursue a secular life dedicated to the regulation. A serious emotional and bodily breach was made between them when Fidelma announced her decision to resign her non secular vows and Eadulf sadly realized that he couldn't change her thoughts (see The Dove of Death and The Chalice of Blood). The Chalice of Blood concluded with Fidelma telling Eadulf that she had made her determination about her future and now he must make a decision about his personal, which he did ... Accepting her decision and supporting her, however nonetheless remaining a Brother. Eadulf and Fidelma's intellectual and private relationship develops throughout the series, despite another separation in which Eadulf (reluctantly and partly at Fidelma's insistence) supposed to return to Canterbury. However, he almost never made it back to Britain, as on the Abbey of Fearna he was charged with rape and murder and virtually hanged (a predicament from which it appeared that Fidelma can be unable to rescue him).
Eadulf satisfied Fidelma to accompany him to Canterbury, and after concluding his business with Archbishop Theodore, he returned to Ireland with Fidelma. In 667, they entered into a trial marriage of a year and a day, throughout which their son Alchu was born. In February 668, Eadulf and Fidelma celebrated a permanent marriage (see A Prayer for the Damned). In November 671, simply before the eve of the feast of Samhain, Eadulf and Aidan discovered a man murdered in an unlit pyre, dressed within the robes of a religieux and killed by the ritualistic "three deaths". When an odd lady often recognized as "Brancheó" appeared in a raven-feather cloak foretelling of the ancient gods returning to exact revenge upon the mortal world, she was quickly branded a suspect.