Yeah, he sure got over that quicky! I see Nate's relationship with the sea as like a thirst or longing he's ignored and suppressed for so long he forgot he had it. And it's a good thing too, because as I tried to show at the beginning of the chapter, his fear probably saved his life. But now he's remembered, and the barrier's broken. And I can't really deny something supernatural's happening, either.

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