shameless use of jane austen's persuasion as a metaphor
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She doesn't quite know what to do with herself, this time. Last time there had been radio silence, but also something of an end point; a resolution. She had wanted answers and she had gone digging for them, and she was equipped to go digging for them; expected to. And she had found enough to come back to where he was again; to have a conversation that wasn't punctuated by gunfire and explosions and car wrecks. And it had worked, for a while.
This time he's in the city - she knows that in her bones, without even thinking; he's here and it's salt in that particular wound - and he's here and yet he's gone, almost entirely. She doesn't know how to deal with that part.
Karen sifts through some emotional wreckage. Dinah leaves. And Frank is nowhere to be found, for a while.