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Review:marauderfan says:
Great chapter! So there wasn't a lot of action but you more than made up for it with the amount of detail in building this historical world. Seriously, I love your descriptions and attention to detail, it makes this story so rich.

I love that you didn't shy away from describing the poor hygeine of the 1400s and Rose's kind of uncomfortsble reaction to it,as she's used to the much cleaner 21st century. Haha... Agnes.

Omg. I love Hermione's views on Christianity. The bit about Rose sitting in church while her knees hurt as she kneels at mass, and imagines Jesus judging her for inappropriate thoughts and wondering if the people next to her know. I was giggling. I'm glad I'm not the only person who inexplicably wonders if people around me can read my mind when I'm thinking inappropriate things.. lol. (Though you may want to fix the wording of that sentence, it has a couple extra words in it: Often, I found find quite inappropriate thoughts float into my head,  )

The baron… the baron Ronald, who lives in some obscure land to the south which is rarely visited by anyone and which is a very unpleasant place to live- I wouldn’t recommend investigating further.”  -- WHAT LOL. DYING. XD Good one Rose, really subtle.How did he fall for that?

The scene with Ellyn was cute, its nice they were able to have some girl talk, though sad that Ellyn's lot in life probably won't amount to much as she's a woman in the serving class. :(

I love the angry monk story, btw. Ooh,I'm excited to see how this banquet goes. Given Rose's really non-suspicious lying so far... I think it won't go super well. Awesome chapter!

Author's Response: Hello! :)

I'm so glad you liked this and all the descriptions! This was another one of those chapters which just didn't want to end, haha.

Yes! Haha, I've read some time travel stories which just don't touch on hygiene and privacy standards at all, but if I were Rose that would really be on my mind. Hahaha...

I'm really happy you liked the religion references! Hehe, I totally relate to that as well, especially in such a quiet place. :P And then thinking about people reading my mind makes me think inappropriate things that I wouldn't have been thinking if I weren't paranoid... it's a vicious cycle. Thank god Legilimency isn't real. :P

Aha, I shall go and fix it once I'm done responding. :)

Richard is being way too non-suspicious of Rose because he likes her, though in those days there was no Internet of course and since they're in a rural area she can trick him a little.

Aw, I know. :( Poor Ellyn, she really doesn't have much of a chance. Rose's interactions with her were quite interesting to write as they're so different yet Rose finds that she can talk to Ellyn in ways that she can't with others in the 15th century.

Angry monks! I re-read that when I was posting this and was just laughing so hard that I'd actually put it in, I'm glad you liked it. :P Thanks so much for the awesome review, and I can't wait to post the next chapter!! :)

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