In the books Edit
Squire Loontwill sits passively in most conversations unless called upon his wife to make a comment. When Alexia and Lord Maccon are caught in a scandalous display, Squire Loontwill considers how he might challenge a werewolf in order to make him marry his step-daughter. Such a challenge is unnecessary, since Lord Maccon willingly wants to marry Alexia.
- Squire Loontwill is Letticia Loontwill's second husband, after the death of her first husband (Alessandro Tarabotti).
- "Squire Loontwill rarely troubled himself to speak at length." (Soulless, Chapter Two)
- "Except for Squire Loontwill, who was now less flush than he had been and wore an expression more often seen on men returning from battle-one that had been badly lost with many casualties." (Soulless, Chapter Eight)
- “Let us be perfectly clear here,' said Squire Loontwill. 'You are willing to marry our Alexia, even though she is… well…,' he floundered. Felicity came to his rescue. 'Old.' Evylin added, 'And plain.' 'And tan,' said Felicity. The squire continued. 'And so extraordinarily assertive.” (Soulless, Chapter Nine)
- “I have died and gone to the land of bad novels.” (Blameless, Chapter One)