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Review:flying_rabbit says:
Well, this seems original. She really has a 'danger sensor' when it comes to James, then? Haha, she must get a lot of exercise that way ;) But she couldn't really expect James not to know some passageway Al did know of. Or maybe she could, but I'm not sure why she assumed that, then. Hiding behind a ghost? :P Sure, why not? :P
James has chased after her since third year? Then he really must be like the man he's named after :) And Nissa has been running away from his since then? :| Is there some specific reason why she's not interested in boys? Because she doesn't believe in love? Well, she could give James a chance, no? And why did she jump on top of the sleeping form on the couch? That doesn't make much sense to me, to be honest.
It's nice, though, that James was apologising to her for just assuming that. Too bad for him that she really doesn't want to go out with him no matter what he says. He'll get over it, eventually. Or not.

Author's Response: Yeah, a real danger sensor.. although, I want to do something a little more adventurous with it, still thinking about what though :)

Nissa has a thing about not thinking things through properly, a trait that I took from myself for her character :D

The main reason for her not being interesting in dating is that she doesn't believe in love. It's more to do with the fact that she's afraid of heartbreak as she's seen how heartbreak has affected those around her and she doesn't want it to happen to herself, hence the not believing in love.

As for why she jumped on the sleeping form on the couch, I have no reason.. It just seemed like something that she'd do :D

I doubt that he'll get over it. That's why he's so determined to win her over ;)

Thankyou for the very long review.
Dee, x


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