She was ultimately chosen by Prince Maxon and got married to him, thus becoming the Queen of Illéa.
She is the mother of Princess Eadlyn Schreave, the first female heir of Illéa and the narrator of The Heir and The Crown.
She was a Five, from Carolina, who was chosen for the Selection, and became one of the Six Elites.It’s their infuriating poise and inscrutable sensuality that has captivated us for centuries.“A comparison of Amazons to Angels,” is how Thomas Jefferson characterized the difference between the liberated Frenchwomen (he was scandalized by them) and the virtuous American maidens of his time.The study reports that after the age of 50, American women are 10 percent less likely than Frenchwomen to be living in a couple. “While 79 percent of the 50 to 54 year olds (in France) are living in a couple, only 60 percent of the 55 to 59 year olds (in the U.S.) are in the same situation.” (The study was based on 3,432 American adults ages 18 to 59 surveyed in the National Health and Social Life Survey, and 4,580 French adults between the ages of 18 and 59 from the Analysis of Sexual Behavior in France survey.) What’s this all about — and are there implicit lessons here from the land that brought us the French lover?