Indeed, it was difficult for Helen not to notice that pain in his face. Maybe she hadn't seen it before, when she was first taken, but she had seen all those years of war and regret and anger when it all ended. It had taken an act of pity for him not to strike her down then. Maybe he had no say over what she did. Maybe he could t have an opinion or shouldn't feel bad about this. But she knew the reason this hurt him was because other been one of his loyal warriors. She looked down and shook her head, "You can be upset if that's what you're feeling. I would understand, considering who it was." Helen had had lovers throughout the years, but none had been a warrior from the war. Not until Patroclus. "I feel like I've betrayed you."