She'd never seen him distraught over her. She'd never seen him get mad when he realized Paris had whisked her away on his boat. When he woke up to find his bed cold and his daughter without a mother. She'd never seen how he felt as if part of himself was dead from that kind of betrayal. He shook his head, trying his best to not show that pain, but it was inevitable. He'd never hidden anything from Helen. "I have no reason to be upset. It's not my place anymore." But he did.