As he stepped back, so did she, slightly shaky as she sat back down on the bed, even grabbing a pillow to hug to herself, some sort of comfort in a really terrifying situation. Though her gaze snapped up at his question, with a flare of defiance in her eyes.
"Of course I didn't plan this. I'm not stupid enough to plan a..." she couldn't use the words. Baby. Child. "This in the middle of an apocalypse, and I would never do that to you. Never." Because she wasn't her. She wasn't Tenel Ka, manipulating her way into Jacen's bed, and making something happen like that. While Tahiri would do anything to protect Allana, she had her own opinions on the circumstances of her conception.
The other question was both harder and easier to answer. "A few days ago I realized I was late, that I'd lost track of the weeks and I figured it was just down to all the stress and stuff and I tried to tell myself I was being paranoid, so I took that test thing this morning." She gestured towards the half hidden white stick on the bedside table. "Actually, I took a few tests. And they all said the same thing and then I texted you."
She hadn't hidden anything. She hadn't. Pushing down her fears wasn't the same, she wasn't like Tenal Ka, surrounded by secrets and lies all the time, even to the man she had claimed to love.
"I don't know.... I mean I'm not sure... I just..." she half laughed with an irritated tone. "I can't seem to form sentences any more. I'm sorry, Jacen. I know this isn't what we wanted." Unconsciously she hugged the pillow tighter to herself, arms wrapped around her body, around where the tiny life was just starting to form.