Warning, I may ramble. I'm sitting at my scene that you guys have been generously helping me with, The Inn, and as I''m looking on how to rework the bit where the steam starts to come up, I'm thinking to myself, "Do I want Brena to be demanding and take-charge in the sack since he comes from wealth and power, or do I want him to be unsure and nervous since he's been sheltered and never really mingled on a personal level too much with the hoi polloi? Does Deavon have an easy, insouciant manner with sex since he's beautiful and desirable and it's always come easy to him, or is he jaded because he's beautiful and desirable and it's always come easy to him?" And it made me wonder... Is who they are in the sack who they are in the rest of the story? Do I need to tie the nature of each of my two fellahs both in the bedroom and out? Making them be the opposite in and out of bed is as obvious as making them parallel, so... I'm at a loss. This scene marks the spot where I kind of establish how things will go for a bit before Deavon get's thrown a major curve by Brena's mother, Lady Petla. She's going to demand that Deavon marry Brena's sister for reasons that have to do with establishing a power base that goes beyond money. She has the resources to enforce her demand, and this is what leads my two lads on their adventure.