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Doria was partial to Meggie and grew to have romantic feelings for her. Meggie was unsure how she felt towards him, torn btween him and Farid. In the end Meggie chose Doria as Farid's heart always belonged to Dustfinger
Later, Fenoglio revealed that he had written a short story that was never printed about a man named Doria who made wonderful inventions, like a printing machine for a famous bookbinder, a device that told time and electricity. Fenoglio wrote that Doria got his ideas from his wife, who came from a far away land. Fenoglio said that he believed that the wife was Meggie. Meggie also realized that Farid's heart truly belonged to Dustfinger and learning to control fire. These were the two deciding factors in her decision to separate from Farid, and turn to Doria. It is unknown if Meggie actually married him. In the fourth part (just available in Audiobook with the first 15 chapters) Doria and Meggie celebrate their engagement. Probably is Meggie his wife in the future.