“Drink, Mistress?” I asked.
“yes, Brinlar,” she said. She lifted the veil delicately, almost flirtatiously, drinking behind it. She looked at the man across from her.
“Drink, Master?” I asked.
“No,” he said. I then withdrew a yard or two and knelt in the grass, holding the vessel of light Ka-la-na. I wore a tunic of white silk.
She dabbed at her lips with a napkin, under the veil, and then let the veil fall again into place. Players of Gor, page 95
“Serve us, Brinlar!” she said, angrily, lifting and holding her goblet, not looking at me.
“Yes, Mistress,” I said, rising and approaching with the vessel of Ka-la-na.
“Is this one of the ‘men´ you captured?” inquired the guest.
I poured the Ka-la-na for them. Players of Gor, page 99
"What would you like?" I asked.
"Perhaps a tiny glass of ka-la-na," she said, "among friends."
I looked to the left, louise, as she had been bidden, was watching. I lifted my finger. The Earth girl then leapt up and hurried to the table,
At the table she knelt.
"A small bottle," I said, "of the Slave gardens of Anesidemus."
"I have heard that is a marvellous ka-la-na,' said the free woman, her eyes alight.
"So, too have I'" I said.
"It is very espensive," said the woman.
"Are you familiar with it?" I asked.
"On," she said, lightly, "I have had it a few times."
Mercenaries of Gor, page 344-345
Both Lady Yanina and Lady Tutina were collared very easily in the next pages and chapter, but for Lady Yanina, it not from drinking the ka-la-na that very
night. For Lady Tutina, it id heat her blood and she became very bold and needy, a free woman drinks ka-la-na at your
|This research is done on the series of books written by John Norman, the comments in italics are mine and my point of view.
Woman of Gor
|Free Women of Different Cultures