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Review:Slide says:
Now this one's just adorable, from doors to daisy chains. There's not much NEW in it - we know Gideon's moved to forgive her, we know the stories she's telling him (for the most part), but it's just NICE to see them sharing these feelings and these thoughts. That this is the first time they can talk, really talk, and not have to watch their secrets and their lies breeds an atmosphere so warm and fuzzy it's almost palpable. And Gideon, now he's over the worst of his hump, is as charming as ever, but it's our girl Minty-G who gets the best of this bargain - we see her relaxed, we see her accepting her circumstances and the risks of her situation and still able to enjoy herself and embrace the good in her life. For someone who actively risks death every day, she's in a pretty good place. I'm sure that won't last!

All that said, the two of them HAVE fallen into a Something without identifying what it is, haven't they? That can't last. There'll either be an explosion of a Conversation, and God knows how THAT goes!!

Author's Response: Yup, there's a distinct lack of drama in this chapter! It would be the calm before the storm, if they weren't already in the middle of a war. The calm in the middle of the storm, perhaps? Giddy-P is indeed back to his best. And yeah, Araminta is probably the most relaxed we've seen her! And probably the most relaxed she'll ever be, the poor thing. Because despite all that Arieda CAN do for her, it's with Gideon that she feels safest and most secure. And ... yeah, neither of them has any idea what's going on between them. Gideon has at least acknowledged that there is Something there, but he's not quite worked out what the Something is. What happens next? Well, you'll have to wait to find out :) Thanks for reviewing!

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