I felt a great sense of relief when he died as if now Clowance could marry a man who would make her truly happy. I could never imagine any daughter of Ross or Demelza tolerating the way Carrington would eventually make Clowance feel and so if he hadnt died, they would have had to separate!
The man's a bounder, never did like him. Was I horrible to feel a sense of elation when he died and Clowance was free again?
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"Perfection is a full stop .... Ever the climbing but never the attaining Of the mountain top." W.G.
When he threw Jeremy to the wolves at Caerhays, I knew he was a rotter. You only get to betray me once.... :(
A 'Bad Lot' I fear - but clearly had a certain attraction for the ladies!
Never liked him or trusted him or thought he was the man for Clowance! BUt he was an interesting character and think he added a bit of tension to the storyline.