From saga novel The Courtesan Prince by Lynda Williams.
"I hope I get to keep you," Ann mumbled, feeling drunk on endorphins.
Amel's thumb glided into the soft place between her leg and groin.
"I don't know what you're made of," she moaned, propping herself up to ruffle his hair. "But I'm only human!"
"No more?" he confirmed, conversationally.
"Law and Reason!" she exclaimed with a laugh. "Where did you learn about women?"
Ann takes the teenage Amel (aka Von) to her bed thinking he's the Gelack aristocrat he is impersonating. In truth, he's a trained courtesan back home, and has taken her for a client, because she acts "Vrellishly" -- Vrellish women being at least as sexually demanding as their men. At this point, they are still struggling with language problems, as well.