October 21, 2017 05:52PM
"Cochrane himself couldn't have done better"--now that's high praise!

Your Wentworth is just the kind of leader I'd imagine--his pain has made him driven and reckless of his own fate, though not of those around him. The challenge of a frigate, of being under intense scrutiny, of having the happiness and future of the young Harville family depending on the success of his next voyage, he is aware of it but not intimidated. I'm really enjoying watching the bonds of affection and brotherhood growing between him, Harville, and Benwick.

Stokes interests me, with his loyalty and rescue of Wentworth. I wonder what you have in store for him?
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