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Review:Jchrissy says:
First of all, let me say that I apologize for you reading Save Him. Thatís my least favorite piece of mine. Rawr.

This was so, so powerful. Let me get this small CC out of the way first -- delete the explanation about what the italics are at the beginning. Your writing is easily strong enough that itís obvious weíre reading a flashback. You donít need to explain yourself. mídear.

Back to the actual piece. Roseís pain... gah. The other woman type of story always sort of interests me. What makes a woman want to have to live like that? Is it her absolute love for the man that allows herself to be treated so poorly? Is it her desire to win him... to win the whole thing... itís just such a fascinating topic. I love that Roseís feelings were so genuine, and Scorpius being weak enough to take so long to leave his wife and follow his heart really fit in. imo. He was raised to listen to the words of his parents above all, and going back on all that and marrying a girl that his mother clearly wouldnít approve of would be so difficult. But Rose living as the woman that he truly loves but can never show it, having to (like she thinks in this) be alone on holidays, having to see pictures of his wife on his arm... gah. It would be terrible.

Iím happy that you gave her a happy ending. Part of me wanted to tell her to slap him. To tell him that he doesnít deserve her anymore.. but at the same time Iím so happy she followed her heart ♥

This was a gorgeous piece, mídear *wub face*.

Author's Response: Hello!

I'm so happy you liked this, since the plot bunny just wouldn't go away! It was terrible!

I don't necessarily agree with the "other woman" type of relationship, but in the case of these particular characters I found it fitting. I don't think that the world is just sunshine and butterflies and if they got together everybody would accept that.

Part of me also wanted to give him a good slap and he would've received it too, had he not moved in the same night. But I guess what I wanted to show is that not all men who lead double lives are liars? Does that make sense? I hope so.

And don't apologize for the story, I really enjoyed it!:)

Thank you for the lovely comment!

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