My story is a science fiction story that explores the relationship between humans, with advanced technology, and a race I'm calling the dunari, with 20th century level technology. The story is told entirely from the dunari point of view. I have a dunari MC and a human MC who eventually become friends. My dunari MC has a pretty clear conflict. He's a young research mathematician who is trying to establish himself. He discovers some results that prove useful to the humans and by doing so eventually gains professional respect. It's complicated for him because his dunari colleagues don't at first acknowledge his work, etc, etc. My problem is with my human MC. She doesn't really have a conflict. Many dunari fear her (she's an alien, after all) and she has problems because of that. She even gets kidnapped at one point. Yet those problems aren't of a very personal nature, and the character doesn't feel well developed. On the other hand, the story never takes her direct POV. We never see events through her eyes. Maybe leaving her personal problems and motivations mysterious is appropriate. I even have my dunari MC speculate at one point about what is going on inside her "alien mind." I'm not sure if I should explore my human MC's conflicts more or not. I do have an idea for a conflict that I think is interesting. It would require giving her some character flaws. I think I know in my heart it's the right thing to do but I like the character so I'm finding it hard to give her problems. Perhaps I just need to bite down hard and do it.