Barbara Brown
Barbara Brown asked:

After Claire's kidnapping and her return home, she and Jaime are talking and he asks if she is "damaged." She mentions that only "one" of the kidnappers completed the act. Then says she is sorry? My question is: Is Jaime's furious reaction to her saying she's sorry because he had them all killed, or is that he does not want her to be sorry? I've reread this a few times and still can't quite decide.....

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Melissa I think he does not wish her to be sorry because it isn't her fault. I will say this seemed to be a very modern view. However, knowing Jamie's ow experience with rape (Jack Randall), I would think he would have a better perspective than most men of the time.
Terri Because she says she is sorry.
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