In my story I have three main characters. The protagonist who is either a 14 or 16 year old boy, a young man in his 20s and a young women that is either 16 or 18. Anyway, I know the troubles of puberty, I know the difficulties of a man and I reflect that by giving both male characters a lot of character development. After a while I thought that my women character was a bit underdeveloped, though she has a clear personality that is consistent throughout story. I decided to give her the main focus in a few chapters, however, I am not sure that I can give her justice since I am not a women and all. The chapter begins with the women being separated by the group after she is thrown of their boat during a storm. She saved the captains 5 year old son and is in turn saved by a lone old man further down the shore. She has to deal with her motherly instincts of protecting the child and at the same time being this strong independent women that is good at fighting. It is especially difficult for her when people ask if the child his hers and she has to say that its is to not arous suspicion. She gets upset but when she fights she calms down and feel like herself again. This is the general idea of her conflict. What do you guys think?