I'm a well read grad student who's bluntly honest about all things, although I try to be most honest about myself.
After getting out of that terror where he was imprisoned, Black Bolt returns a child to his own and takes another one to his home as she has nowhere else to go. He deals with the horrors, although they still haunt him, and even more so Blinky, the child he's promised to protect.
And he brings her more trauma when she unintentionally helps him kill those trying to kill them for accidentally flying into their space. As a former king, Black Bolt understands authority and the need for rules to be followed else madmen try to take advantage of loopholes, from personal experience with his brother, Maximus the Mad. He understands authority - but he won't allow them to kill him or abandon them by taking their ship because of authority. As much as he regrets killing those who have the authority to detain him, he can't allow them to do so and protect Blinky. And he regrets putting her through that, feeling their deaths as she does, even more.
Still, it all seems worth it when they see Earth. Although I've seen the next issue's cover, so I know things might get hairy again before it gets good for those two.