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Review:SilentConfession says:
I've seen this story a few times and i've always thought that i should read it, so i've finally clicked on it so see what it's about. It reminds me of this song i head once by Landon Pigg (isn't his last name incredible? :P) Anyway, it's just about a coffee shop love and as i read this i couldn't help but be reminded of it.

One thing i was incredibly impressed with was how this story was told through the barista's eyes and yet it's not really his story, it's happening in his shop, but the story isn't his and i think you've done an excellent job at capturing that. I think that it makes it better actually because he notices things that no one else does and there is this richness in his voice and narrative that if it was from Molly's perspective or the man's perspective that would have been lost.

I really loved Molly here. She's such a great character and i wish there was more stories of her that didn't make her a Percy puppet. But i can already tell that she's this strong vibrance to her that makes her her own person. You've done an excellent job at her execution because i feel drawn to her which is exactly how you've written her to be.

I'm glad i clicked on this because this is fantastic. I'm favourting it because i'll have to come back and read the rest later on! Great job!

Author's Response: Oh, wow. I just looked up Landon Pigg's song (agreed, his last name is awesome!) and as I was reading it, I was blown away. I love it and I can really relate it to this story. And that doesn't happen very often. I'm not a huge fan of finding songs that relate to certain aspects of fanfiction, but this is just incredible. Thanks for referring it to me!

The barista has been well received and I am absolutely ecstatic about that. Originally, this was supposed to be told through the young man's eyes and the barista's character appeared out of nowhere. I'm glad that you enjoy his character and that you feel that he can notice things no one else does - that is a huge compliment.

Molly is very stereotyped in fanfiction. I'm not happy when she is simply thought of as "Percy's daughter" and no more. She is often pushed to the sidelines and I tried to explore her character how I saw her, just a regular girl that you might see everyday in the crowd. I'm glad you like her.

Thank you so much for reviewing, and for favouriting!

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