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Dec 2, 5:59pm Top

Did you believe Hendon about Sebastian being his son? If so, why do you think Lady Prescott said they left in December?

Dec 2, 8:34pm Top

Hendon sounded pretty convincing but I thought he was probably lying. I think Lady Prescott was just being honest and wanted Sebastian to know the truth.

Dec 2, 9:13pm Top

>2 gaylebutz: I thought he did a good job with his story too - especially when he said that Jarvis would have exposed him for it a long time ago if it was true. However, I, too, think he was lying and that Lady Prescott was telling the truth re the dates.

Dec 2, 9:28pm Top

I wanted to believe Hendon but I can't. I wonder if his reticence has to do with protecting Sebastian by not revealing who his real father is. It could be a very unsavory character.

Dec 3, 6:00am Top

No I think Hendon is not Sebastian's father. I think Lady Prescott wants Sebastian to know.

Dec 3, 6:34am Top

The man is good...it sounded very convincing...but he is NOT Sebastian's father. He knows who is and Amanda knows also. If anyone will tell Sebastian the truth it will probably be Amanda. She hates him and it would give her great pleasure I'm sure. I don't doubt that Hendon loves him but I don't think that's going to be enough for Sebastian to forgive the lie.

Dec 3, 1:21pm Top

Hendon was convincing, and I really wanted to believe him, but those eyes of Sebastian have always been a problem...


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