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Review:Maelody says:
What's up with you Gryffies and these tragic stories? I mean wow, but seriously! You're breaking me here!

I don't think I've fallen in love with Hugo so hard before. No one ever goes into depth with him, and this was just so perfect. You can see his father in him in every way, and yet he's even more than that. Braver, in a way, to get what he wants right away.

"I wouldn't want some random girl totting about with a picture of me." Or however that line goes. It was great! One of the first times I laughed during this piece, and I just knew that this was the beginning of forever for Anlee (a beautiful name, by the way!) That little boy was to become her best friend.

The first time you gave me goosebumps was when you addressed Hugo's name for the first time. I figured the camera would make her a Creevey, so I was prepared. I was not prepared for her to fall in love with Hugo. That was and is amazing. I still can't stop thinking of how amazing of a character you made him!

The first time I grew insanely happy in this story was when he told her he loved her. This relationship was just so simple, yet so sweet, and so flawless. It's so believable, and yet so tragic. Simply put, I want to start taking pictures now!

The first time I became very sad in reading this was when she egged him to go at the green light. I knew. I just knew something was going to happen. And it did. And it as awful. And her being in the hospital and wondering where Hugo was, numb to her own intense pain, was the first time in this story that my heart broke.

The first time I cried? Was when she threw her camera at the wall, allowing it to shatter. How she admitted that the 'therapy' someone suggested was not ideal, and how she ached to have Hugo back. How she was wearing the ring he was planning to give her, and how everything is crashed down upon me that he's gone. She's still in the early stages of missing someone. That's a great feat, by the way. I think it's much harder to write something immediately after a close and personal death than it is when the character gets months to recover.

Simply put (I tried to relate this to your story in a way if you couldn't tell ;)), I loved this story. It's the perfect amount of heartbreak, and yet beauty. The relationship was perfect, and silly, and ultimately what every girl wants. Lee got that, but it was taken so abruptly. How awful :(.

This was a great story and definitely deserved it's first place in the challenge! Great job! :D

*Favorites*

~Mae

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