And it's not that Jaxom, Lord Holder of Ruatha Hold, the protagonist of the novel, . is Jaxom, the least sympathetic protagonist in the Pern books so far. . of kings and chieftains using their positions to have more sex partners.
Apparently, there was some controversy about explicit sex scenes and even a Lord Jaxom in the third book (The White Dragon) has a convenient-for-him.
In the third book of the "Dragonriders of Pern" trilogy (and the fifth book in the Pern we focus on young Lord Jaxom and his dragon, Ruth. you-have-sex- with-the-person-who-is-bonded-with-the-dragon-your-dragon-mates-.
Mating flight sex is very passionate and somewhat violent, and the riders . a brown rider until his dragon died long before Jaxom was born.
A description of tropes appearing in Dragonriders of Pern. herself, and Master Robinton, found out what was going on and the shit hit the fan very hard indeed. Death by Childbirth: Happens to Jaxom's mother, and is generally a risk in a.