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Reviewer: SLWalker Signed [Report This]
Date: 25 Jul 2013 03:50 Title: 'Taking Stock of the Truth' [A Rogue's Confession]

Molly has some real dirt in her background. Which is probably why she is such a good match to McGregor. Her putting her ship and crew ahead of this scudball is a win. Paul's mere existence in this universe, though, is about to become vastly less certain. And as well it should, the criminal jerk.

Reviewer: trekfan Signed [Report This]
Date: 31 May 2013 15:20 Title: 'Taking Stock of the Truth' [A Rogue's Confession]

Molly was married?! I must have missed this. Her ex-husband certainly is a piece of work though and most definitely has himself plenty to answer for. He’s the type who just never seems to listen or stay out of trouble, so for Molly’s sake I hope she doesn’t go and fall back into his arms. But his showing up obviously meant trouble and she knew it. The interplay between the two is how you would expect between exes … a bit cold, somewhat angry, and always full of tension. The way Molly treats him it just seems that these two never quite got along well when they were married, that they ended up together was as much a surprise to either of them as anyone else. But I’m merely interpreting.

Whatever the case may be, Molly and Paul get together and Paul tells her, quite frankly I might add, that he may have had something to do with the whole “your ship and crew nearly died” thing that happened a month ago. Molly’s reaction is pretty spot on and I can’t blame her for a second for being as angry as she was. He was engaged in illegal activity but he didn’t bother checking on who he was transporting, who they were working for … seems like he just took the money and ran. Background check my friend, background check.

I wonder what McGregor’s gonna do?

Reviewer: PSGarak Signed [Report This]
Date: 29 Sep 2009 23:05 Title: 'Taking Stock of the Truth' [A Rogue's Confession]

Good for Molly! It's a shame she has to deal with such a canker arse anyway. I'm glad she's not playing his game and covering him. She's a stand up officer. My respect for her just keeps right on growing.

Author's Response:

Yay! I love it if people love Molly cos I love her. She's one fierce lady. So your digging her and having respect for her makes me very happy. She is a stellar officer, her past career aside, but certainly she doesn't suffer fools gladly - she merely suffers McGregor! She was never going to cover for Paul but if she didn;t react well to his revealation you can just imagine what McGregor is going to think!

Reviewer: Starfire Signed [Report This]
Date: 06 Aug 2009 13:19 Title: 'Taking Stock of the Truth' [A Rogue's Confession]

I wouldn't want to be in the same sector as McGregor when he finds all this out.

A loevly plot twist, Molly's former husband unwittingly helping the bad guys.

Author's Response:

No, I have a feeling McGregor won't react well to this.

Reviewer: Anna Amuse Signed [Report This]
Date: 15 Jul 2009 09:37 Title: 'Taking Stock of the Truth' [A Rogue's Confession]

Yeah, the mystery of some marriages will probably never be disclosed. This guy sounds like as real a son of a bitch as they get. Wow. What an asshole. Him. McGregor. T'Hos. Georgetown. God, Molly must be a saint. Damn hot one at that, but still. Whew!

Author's Response:

Defo, Molly is a saint or at the very least a martyr! And I like that you think she's hot. Cos she rocks in my estimation.

Reviewer: SLWatson Signed [Report This]
Date: 05 May 2009 02:59 Title: 'Taking Stock of the Truth' [A Rogue's Confession]

OOooooh, Molly! That's a woman not to mess with. Paul had it all coming; for some reason, I see him dying before this story is out. But good stuff; excellent interaction, especially.

Author's Response:

Dying! Steff! Don't you know this is a happy little fairytale story? ;) Ok maybe not. There's gonna be death, mayhem and destruction.

Molly is indeed a woman not to be messed with. And Paul played hard and fast with the rules before, but now he's played hard and fast with their lives. There will be costs to all of this. Just what ... you'll have to read to find out.

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