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Review:academica says:
Hey Angie, here for Review Tag :)

It's been a while since I visited this story, but I fell right into it very naturally all the same. One thing I noticed that's new in this chapter, though, is a really fiery sense of determination from Dominique, which I love. She's clearly taken charge of her own recovery and put her energy into finding the truth behind her attack instead of wallowing in self-pity--despite the fact that everyone would probably accept her choosing to wallow for quite a long time, if she had decided to go in that direction instead. I love how tough she is and she seems like a real survivor and inspiration to other victimized women, which is always refreshing to see.

It's sad to see how desperation drove Wilson to agree to harm Dominique at Delilah's request. I was disappointed not to see any real hint of remorse from you or any sense that he thought through the full consequences of his actions before he went through with the deal. At the same time, it was nice for him to at least offer to let Dominique join his pack in the forest. I have to kind of wonder, given the way in which Teddy talked about him after they left, if a rift could potentially grow between Dominique and her family as she gets more used to her new werewolf identity and feels more compassion for her fellow werewolves. This story really makes me think and this lovely chapter is no exception!

Delilah Jones really makes my blood boil. ARGH! It's downright outrageous for her to still expect Dominique to do her bidding for the paper while knowing inside that she's responsible for the terrible fate that has befallen the poor girl. Again, I'm pleased to see Dominique stand up for herself, and I'm curious about what will be in store for her evil boss in the next chapter...

Lovely work! Maybe you're not confident in this chapter, but I really liked it and I don't think you should sell yourself short. I'm excited to read on later! :)


Author's Response: Hey Amanda! Thanks for reading and reviewing. As always, your feedback is very valuable to me because you're one of my idols when it comes to writing!

I was pleased that it was easy for you to follow the story despite you reading this chapter after a long time. Yes, Dominique finally got something to put her mind to and thus the determination. Underneath she is still hurting and anxious and scared but she's set her mind to catch her culprit and that is overpowering above anything else =) She is indeed a survivor and though she goes back to brooding a little bit after things mellow down, she has resolved to not just give up.

Wilson is a complex character. He is a very fickle minded person and all he wants is to have a better life. Alcohol and the bite has really taken its toll on him and therefore he barely feels any remorse or thinks his actions through. All he can think about is money and a better life.

As for a rift growing between Teddy and Dominique over this, their relationship is strong that they'll get through it all, but they'll surely have such bumps along the road and we'll see more of that after the issue with Delilah Jones gets resolved.

I am so happy to hear that the story makes you think, especially since your work always makes me think too =)

Delilah Jones is vile, yes. She really doesn't care about Dominique. As for what's in store for her evil boss, you'll just have to read on ;)

I am glad you liked this chapter and I hope you get a chance to read the next chapters too, especially since I just posted Chapter 8 yesterday =)


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