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Review:Icouldn'tcomeupwithanawesomename says:
Bahaha fun
Scorpie declares his deep love for Rose and she just responds with 'let's get to the ** already.' (Yeah, kinda misquoted, but anything to keep the languige 12+ right?) Who would've thought Scorpius had more feelings than Rose? And more style, even if he did end up with a vendetta against bad feng shui, haha. Moreover, he has a rhinestone jacket.


Somehow this fic reminded me of Chicago (the musical); it has a piano and lots of glittering people (search youtube for the song 'Razzle Dazzle'!)

Oh joy. Sometimes when you read a fic you think 'yeah right, clich'e' but this was so over the top that it was funny.
I'm still laughing, and scrolling up every five seconds to reread bits.

I'll spare you the other thousand quotes I could've put here, because obviously you wrote the things I would quote so it's not really adding anything to this review.
So I should shut up and post this already.

PS By the way, you're not rid of me yet (if that's not an English expression, blame Google Translate.) I reread etc this morning (and saw the things you drew, it's MARVELLOUS), and I've got to keep admiring your wordchoice, plus ability to squeeze a plot in there too. WAAA CLIFFHANGER

Author's Response: Bahaha this fic is so silly. It is always the brooding man who has the most feelings. All the repressed feelings that burst out right as the heroine walks in, of course.

/so dazzling/

omg yes! I was totally channeling Chicago the entire time I was writing the Astronomy Tower. Hee, and all the next gen cliches of course. And then there are just so many inside jokes in here, I don't even know.

♥ thanks :3 next chapter etc. is getting done, but I've got a busy week ahead, so I'm not sure when I can finish the rest. sooon.

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