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What are your opinions on Daine and Numair's relationship? . But I totally missed all of the GREAT BIG HINTS in EM, so when they kissed in. I haven't read the books in years, I didn't like the age disparity in Daine and Numair's relationship and couldn't really get past that to remember. Daine and Numair are a pair of the most powerful mages in Pierce's In their series, The Immortals, their relationship comes about almost in.
Her mind wandered to Numair and she wondered what he might be doing now. Probably in the library, reading a book or learning a new spell.
Onua put her hands on Spunk's nose. Spunk seemed to not agree with her stopping his grooming session, but he was all ears anyway.
She didn't want Onua discussing with her friends what she and Numair did. She shook her head out at the mere thought of it. Onua laughing wickedly and Spunk turned a lazy eye to her. The Stork-man will not be moving into my stable, will he? Onua was beside herself laughing.
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Daine put her hands on her hips. Onua silenced herself a bit, wiping tears away from her eyes. He reacts just the same as you, except it's much funnier to see a grown man blushing like a virgin bride," she said. Daine felt a grin trying to twist its way onto her face.
She got lost in though and slowed the brush going through his mane. She had to admit that when she thought of her teacher and friend of three years, it was hard to imagine him doing anything with his tongue besides eating and soothing chapped lips. She then thought of the night before when he had slipped out of a corner and dragged her out of the palace social event, and they had stumbled their way through the hallways for an… enjoyable walk in the gardens.
She felt warmth roiling in her stomach as she remembered small details. Her eyes slipped closed as she re-experienced his hand sliding from under her arm down to her hip. Spots shook his mane out in protest, demanding that she finish brushing his mane so he could go outside again. Maybe we should leave her alone, boys? Daine was about to protest when she felt arms wrap around her waist and lips touch her neck. She closed her eyes and smiled, leaning back against him.
He spun her around by the waist and pressed her against the stable wall, touching his lips to hers. The First Adventure, published inyear-old Alanna of Trebond disguises herself as a boy to train as a knight in the kingdom of Tortall, only to awake one morning to discover she has gotten her period. She got out of bed — and gasped in horror to find her things and sheets smeared with blood.
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She washed herself in a panic and bundled the sheets down the privy. What was going on? She was bleeding, and she had to see a healer; but who? They were men and the bleeding came from a secret place between her legs. Hunting frantically, she found some bandage and used it to stop the red flow. George takes her to see a healer who gives her the Tortall version of The Talk: And while a magic token might serve as an effective means of preventing pregnancy in Tortall, the moral is clear: Two or three years later, returning to the books as I so often did and still doit finally clicked that that was a contraceptive charm.
My first time through, I also missed the moment when Alanna finally decides to sleep with Prince Jonathan. It was only as I came back to the books that I began to understand the full range of adolescent issues Pierce had addressed so deftly, realized that the stories worked on multiple levels — as adventure tales for children, as guides to the challenges and pitfalls of adolescence, as romances attuned to the many facets of youthful love and lust.
Pierce did not set out to write for an adolescent audience.
At the time, Pierce was working as a housemother at a group home for teenage girls, and they became her audience. I told it to them the way I thought they would respect.
I had lost any illusions about teenagers I had ever had. I wrote about the things those girls had taught me teenage girls thought and did and I was straightforward about it. Without knowing it, without really thinking about it, I just made a pact with my readers that I was going to be as straightforward with my readers as I could be.
Pierce promptly marched her to the nearest drugstore to show her the over-the-counter options.
At the group home, one of the teenage girls already had a child, and another was pregnant, but Pierce discovered they knew very little about female anatomy or reproductive health.
So she located a plastic model of the female abdomen and uterus and used it to give impromptu biology and sex education lessons in the dining room. Kel also receives advice on birth control, this time from her mother, Ilane. Then, if you do get carried away, you can surrender to your feelings. Alanna and Kel and other Pierce heroines weigh seriously whether or not they want to have sex and with whom and what the consequences will be.
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Here is Kel debating whether to sleep with her friend and fellow squire Cleon: She wondered why he joked about making love to her but never tried to do so. Squires tumbled girls of the lower classes all the time; they were infamous for it. Kel feared both possible explanations for his refusal to press her. Either her large, muscular body was ugly to him, which seemed unlikely when they kissed; or he meant to marry her as people of their station married, with the bride a virgin.
When her agent, Claire Smith, suggested that Pierce turn the original Alanna manuscript into a series of shorter books for young adults, Pierce toned the stories down. But the books still featured forthright discussions of menstruation, sex, and contraception, especially when compared to other young adult fantasy novels. Still, Pierce has said that she encountered very little pushback when she began publishing in the s.
The only fight Pierce recalls with her first editor, Jean Karl at Atheneum, was over a scene in Lioness Rampant in which Alanna drinks wine as medicine. Pierce pointed out that the use of alcohol for medicinal purposes was historically accurate, but she ultimately agreed to change the beverage to a mug of tea brewed with special herbs.