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Review:charlottetrips says:
Yay! You updated!! This has really and truly got to be one of my favoritist stories EVER!

First off, this is my first gender-bender type of story and I'm so glad that you're writing it because then I'm not going to be disappointed at all. Second, David is an idiot. A very nice idiot, but an idiot all the same. I can't even really think of how he's going to feel once/if he finds out that Frankie's a girl but it's going to be sweet!

I love how all the characters have their own depth to whatever degree (though I'm still getting a bit of a handle on Clemence and Lettie) and that they're all real to me. The absolute over the topness of the whole story is weighted down by some real issues (at least on Frankie's side) and helps add some more believability to it all.

Your banter, your lines, the dryness and blatant humor you put in this is a study of AWESOMEness. Please Please Please keep updating this until you're done and then some! :) :)

xChar

Author's Response: haha! It's so flattering to hear that you like this story so much. I don't know of many genderbenders on the archives, so I'm glad you chose to read this one! David is certainly... good at getting himself into situations. When/if he finds out the truth, he'll be kicking himself I think, haha.

Lettie and Clemence are very different from each other. Lettie is 15, always cheerful and popular because of it, despite the fact that she's fairly plain. Clemence, on the other hand, is extremely pretty, but much more introverted and world-hating. She's also much more academically inclined where Lettie kind of coasts through school. As their older half-sister, I think Frankie is also different, mostly because she grew up taking care of them.

Frankie's issues are definitely serious. She loves and wants to support her family, but also she has never been able to have any real goals for herself because of all these responsibilities. Her family is worth it, but it would be good to see her have a chance to have her own life a bit.

David, on the other hand, has always known what he wanted to do, and his mother, who is extremely successful in her own career, just wants to see him safe and happy. I think Umma has decided that if David was tied down to a nice woman, or man, or anyone that he really cared about, he would be much more careful in his job and then she would have to worry less. David hates the idea of being "trapped" into a marriage because he thinks that being in a relationship like that would mean he couldn't pursue the career he wants.

lol. That was a bit of a babble. Anyway, there's a lot of baggage on both sides, so it's kind of cringey to watch them just create more issues with all of these schemes!

Glad you really like this and thanks so much for your reivew!

Annie


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