14 Feb 2020
After the Battle for the Seven Kingdoms, Jaime Lannister sailed east, hoping to find peace and some manner of freedom from his past sins. Now, ten years later, he finds himself once more in Westeros, on the shores of Tarth, looking for absolution from the one person he couldn’t leave behind.
A story of second chances, the healing powers of communication, compassion, forgiveness, and love.
Brienne is exactly as he remembers and very different. She’s just as tall and broad and homely, but she’s softened around the edges. Then again, regular meals and peacetime will do that. The only evidence of her reaction to him is a slight pause in her stride across the courtyard.
“Ser Jaime,” she greets him with a nod.
“Ser Brienne.” He bows deeply. “Or would my lady be more appropriate?”
“Ser will do between us.”
Seeing her is more than he imagined and he imagined it being quite overwhelming.
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14 Feb 2020
Fandoms: Game of Thrones (TV), A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, A Song of Ice and Fire & Related Fandoms
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Brienne Tarth is tired of being Brienne the Virgin. Brienne is also awkward, shy, has no time for dating, and doesn't want to figure out how to broach the topic of virginity if she ever does date again. Enter Jaime Lannister: her handsome colleague who is also perpetually single, much to Brienne's confusion. But as tends to happen, the perfectly reasonable solution to a perfectly ridiculous problem gets a little more complicated.
“You asked me for a favor.” He places his elbows on the table, leaning over them, getting even closer to her. “And that favor was for me to sleep with you.”
Brienne might have a heart attack or vomit, there’s really no way to predict at this point, both seem imminently likely. She miserably answers, “Yes.”
Jaime’s eyebrows furrow again, his mouth firming in concentration. It’s possible the most painful part of this entire conversation is how well she knows his face, his expressions, how easily she can read him now.
“In that case, I have questions.”