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Review #26, by elena Of Thestrals and Paupers.

27th February 2015:
Right, isn't regulus a mysterious little bugger, very hot and cold, but he's also probably had a really terrifying summer, I can't imagine spending a whole summer torturing muggles (or what ever Voldemort has 17 year olds do) and then coming back to school like nothings happened, that would probably make me act a little strange as well.
I feel like Claire is in the awkward position of not being disowned from her family and being in Hufflepuff, because clearly she loves her family and they love her but I can't imagine being surrounded by people that you've been taught are not worthy of you and knowing that they're perfectly normal people, I'd find it hard to stay prejudiced.
Evan, is one smooth character, lets see what happens there

Author's Response: Increasily mysterious I agree. He's a bit like an onion that one, you have to peel away at him to find more. That's how I wanted him to come off. Writing Claire as a hufflepuff is such a paradox too, it's hard to get just right all the time, so I hope I'm doing her justice. Thank you for all of your reviews!

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Review #27, by elena Of Freedom and Dark Marks.

27th February 2015:
Ok so I was really excited that this story showed up in my favorites as being updated, and then I was sad to see that it wasn't a new chapter yet, but I've decided to fend off my sadness and re-read the rest of the story because I didn't review every chapter the first time around and this story deserves many more reviews.
So, my second first impression of Claire, I like how you've managed to portray her love of family, clearly adoring her father and understanding what's expected of her yet still slightly wary of the pure blood world.
I love regulus' way of quietly showing off and showing Evan that he has a higher status than him, also regulus in general is one sexy dude
On to the next chapter!

Author's Response: This reviews have literally made my entire morning!

I did actually just post an new chapter, but it's still waiting to be validated. Insert impatient eye roll.

I'm trying to write Claire as best as I can. I think she's lovely and just truly someone who is only on the wrong side because of her upbringing. I really always imagined there were people like that, who were generally drawn to good but because of family prejudice and the need to be accepted they chose the wrong side in it all. I love Regulus besting Evan, it's lovely. Regulus is one of my favorite all time characters in the series. He helps get rid of a horocrux for Merlin's sake!

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Review #28, by aidanlynchrox Of Overheard Conversations and Apologies.

20th January 2015:
Ok so I have a 2,000 word accounting assignment due in two days, so obviously I've spent all morning on HPFF, and I randomly stumbled upon this fic, and I've got to say I really love it! I was sad to see that it hasn't been updated in a while, but hopefully a nice long review will motivate you to write more! I was super happy to find this fic because I adore regulus and I find it really sad that there aren't very many regulus fics out there! I really like your choice to put Claire in Hufflepuff, I think that it's important to show that even a Hufflepuff can be prejudiced if they've been raised that way, but I was also really happy that she's friends with anabelle again, because anabelle is awesome. Evan is the worst, like no, he's beautiful and horrible, and she should ditch him for reg, even if we know that she's not gonna get a cannon happy ending with reg, at least she's not stuck with evan! Anyways, sorry if this review isn't very coherent or helpful, but I did really enjoy this story and this chapter in general! thanks for writing it and I hope you update soon :)

Author's Response: AH. I haven't written so long, but you're write, lovely long reviews like this do so make me want to jump back in this. I think this coming week I'll get started on the next chapter for this. I have let it slide too long.

Thank you for the comments! I love Regulus, he's probably the back story I've always had the most questions about. And I love the idea of a pureblood, crazy rigid upbringing and all, in Hufflepuff. Plus Anabelle is the bomb. I'm glad they've made up too. I will write more soon! Hold me to it!

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Review #29, by TumTum Of Overheard Conversations and Apologies.

1st December 2014:
My initial reaction while reading this was to think: "Claire is no Hufflepuff!" because of her attitude to blood status and muggles and the way she treats Annabelle. Hufflepuffs value merit, fairness and equality so why sell your friend out to be knocked out specifically... but then I saw that Claire isn't judgemental, rather she is kind and forgiving. She does values her Hufflepuff friends' good qualities and gentleness and looks past the way she has been brought up. Once I looked at it that way, I began to really enjoy the way you write her as a closet Hufflepuff.

Also I was being unfair - she's a normal, teenage girl who is a bit insecure and trying to impress a bunch of unenlightened teenage boys.

The sex scene was very sad, I really felt for her and I think that too many people go through similar experiences. I think you wrote it very tastefully and picked up on a fine detail - even if someone technically does say yes it doesn't mean that they weren't coerced or that they necessarily want it.

I'm really enjoying reading from Claire's pov and seeing her bury her private thoughts and censor what she says. That duality makes for interesting narration. I also find Regulus intriguing and I'm really looking forward to getting to know him better.

That said, I sincerely hope that Claire doesn't get so caught up in him to the exclusion of everything else. It hasn't shown signs of happening it's just previous fics have taught me that - I prefer reading from the pov who stays interested and involved with other people and other events, besides their love interest...

Sorry that's such a negative note. I should just say that I am really enjoying your story so far!

Author's Response: Thank you so dearly! This review couldn't have come at a better time. I'm ending my semester at university and hoping to dive back into this fic fully well, and it warms my heart when a person enjoys my work.

I love Claire because she's a bit like me in a way. She's trying to deny who she really is to fit in to what she has always been told to be. I love that. Plus, I wanted to write of a Hufflepuff that wasn't so.assumed to be a Hufflepuff. Probably a bit more like Neville, in that it was always in him to be brave but he simply had to be given the opportunity.

Ah, yes. I know your plight. I do enjoy the occasional fluffy romance but in these darks times it would be hard to simply stray to an all love story. I do want true love to be the hope in all of this though. I like the idea of that behind the "enemy lines" during this time. Some of them still had hope, still wanted out.

Thank you so much! I hope to continue this little fun story for you. :)

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Review #30, by LavenderBlue Of Overheard Conversations and Apologies.

29th August 2014:
AH. New chapter. :]

Of course Regulus would be the one to find her in this prediction. I would be royally angered if he were not. And of course she has fallen for him, because he is so beautifully tragic, and whatevz, Claire, no one believes that it's only in some SMALL way. -glares-

I love this line: "He was just a kid. We were both only kids, tangled up in bloodlines and practically arranged marriages." Because it's the truth, isn't it? It's crazy to think of what so many of the Marauder kids had to go through at such a ridiculously young age.

Poor Claire. Just because she's a horrible pureblood doesn't mean she deserves to be miserable in this life. In fact, it means she should get some life kudos!

Ew, Slytherin boy talk. It's an awful reality, but I'm glad you paint their futures in such a realistic way. Of course, what with arranged marriages, they'd be having affairs on the side, even as teenagers.

AND YAY. AN APOLOGY AND FORGIVENESS. :) Things are as they should be once more. Well. No, no entirely. Okay, not at all. But at least Claire and Anabelle have made up. You can't keep a good sistermance down for long.

Looking forward to the next update! You're doing a fabulous job. :)

Author's Response: I really enjoyed writing this chapter because it let me really put how I see Claire out there and what they faced.

I'm gainging this huge respect for the Marauder era kids because they knew what it was like to be at Hogwarts with a war on the horizon, and they were facing an evil that had not been faced yet. By the time Harry Potter came along they had faced this evil before, there was a whole generation of people who had worked to fight it. But these kids had little guidance of what they should do. I love that aspect.

I couldn't have Claire and Anabelle seperate for two long, Claire deserves a happy friendship most definitely. She's going to need it. ;)

Thank you so much! I'm slow at writing another chapter but I'm glad you're enjoying the story!

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Review #31, by MidnightBlue_x Of Overheard Conversations and Apologies.

8th August 2014:
I love this story so much! I can't wait to see a bit more of Regulus, and some Claire/Regulus action soon I hope.

x Ely

Author's Response: Thank you so very much! I'm hoping to get some more writing done soon, it warms my heart that you love it!

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Review #32, by potterheadsunite Of Overheard Conversations and Apologies.

5th August 2014:
I just read the whole story, and you have really thought up a great storyline, can't wait for the next chapter

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm hoping to write more soon, you totally made my day!

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Review #33, by LavenderBlue Of Winning and Drinking.

14th June 2014:
New chapter, new chapter! YEAH.

I'm still so saddened about what happened to Annabelle. I'm sure that the guilt and the fallout is going to crop up for Claire over time. :( You do a good job of drawing the line of tension between Claire's awareness of just what she's cost Hufflepuff but also what she's essentially "won" for Rosier and the others.

"His eyes far too tired and old to be on the face of a seventeen year old, but I knew it had more to do with who he was outside of Hogwarts." Such a good description of how I picture Regulus! It seems that he was given so much responsibility and heartbreaking decisions at such a very young age, and it speaks volumes that Claire can recognize that, even if she doesn't know the exact source of his weariness.

Evan Rosier, you cad. D: There is a list of high offenses I'm keeping over here, and it all culminates in the ultimate boyfriend evil--coercing Claire with the threat of dropping her for another girl. I knew he wasn't okay before, but now he is so absolutely and completely NOT OKAY.

Poor Claire. My heart went out to her this entire chapter, especially as the full weight of what she's done to Anabelle crashes on her. She was sorted as a Hufflepuff for a reason, after all, and betrayal is such a huge misstep for a Hufflepuff especially.

And afterward, when Claire can only console herself with the thought that she has, at least, "secured" Rosier. D: Her realization of what married life with him would be is so saddening.

Which is why OBVZ it's a good thing that Regulus shows up during her hour of need! >:] MUST READ MORE! Wonderful work!

Author's Response: As always your reviews make my day!

I wrote this chapter in patches because I'm working all day every day for the next couple of weeks and my downtime it limited, I was worried about the flow of it all!

Anabelle makes me sad too, especially because deep down Claire knows that Anabelle is her true friend. Ugh. I'm excited for how it all plays out honestly, I have a set direction I'm headed for!

I love seeing Regulus through Claire's eyes honestly. She knows about the Death Eater lifestyle in a way that many of her friends haven't witnessed, she can see the sadness in it.

I wanted to like him so badly. But alas I had to make him a pig, it explains so eloquently how in the end he ends up alone. And also about why he was willing to lose his life for the cause, he only ties himself to people if it benefits him.

Ahh, I'm hoping Claire's Hufflepuff inside of her rises up in the end. We'll see. ;)

Thank you thank you! I'm excited for what's to come!

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Review #34, by LavenderBlue Of Broom Closets and Bludgers.

5th May 2014:

I haven't forgotten about your lovely story! It was such a treat to finally log back on here and see you'd updated so quickly!

Ahhh, broom closet snogging: a time-honored Hogwarts pastime. :] Clearly I'm biased toward Regulus, but I think I can pretty objectively state that Evan's methods of getting a girl alone are creepstastic. Just no, Evan. Even if you end up snogging. No.

Nicholas Jordan? I can only assume that this is Lee Jordan's dad? Baha. I love that you throw in fun touches like that.

NOO, ANABELLE. It may have been foreshadowed, but it was still so painful to watch Claire's "betrayal" pan out. :( I'm intrigued about how all the ramifications will continue to play out in the coming chapters.

Just a housekeeping thing: I've noticed that your last few chapters have been widely spaced. Do you use the "copy as plain text" button when you're uploading your chapters? I think that might remedy the problem!

Wonderful chapter, and I'm so looking forward to more updates. Keep up the fantastic work!

Author's Response: I'm trying to slowly bring out this totally creepy and pushy side of Evan, a part of him that I think totally pans out in the way he dies running from aurors.

And certainly! ;) I like to add a few little sneaky couples in there, just to play on characters who are more of the background in Harry Potter times.

I'm so excited for what it to come! LIKE I CANNOT WAIT TO WRITE MORE.

Thank you! Everytime I go to put my stories in it always corrects my spacing somehow, some weird way. I'm going to get right on that, and hopefully correct these past chapters as well.

Thank you, your review certainly made my day!

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Review #35, by LavenderBlue Of Control and Problems.

21st April 2014:

The Anabelle/Claire rift is breaking my heart. D: It's so difficult to read the almost pragmatic way in which Claire dismisses her friend, but at the same time it's also in character. I've gotten the feeling from Claire, from the very first, that her relationships within the Hufflepuff house are transitory and second class. It's a tough reality, but one that I think you capture well.

Is it terrible to say that I can empathize with Evan? Not in the "All Hail, Dark Lord" way, but it's clear that he's tasted power and opportunity within the Death Eater ranks, so of course he's bored with trivial essays and school assignments. It's pretty disgusting, though, that Claire's mother would be a-okay with pulling her from school just to pursue Evan. Not surprising. Just disgusting.

Right. This kissing scene is what reminds me that Claire is a Nott. She's in control of the situation, she's detached, and she's capable of manipulation. It's more than a little frightening, but for some reason it makes Claire only more likeable in my books. She's not giving way to some sappy, head-over-heels romance. Her feet are firmly planted on the ground, and she's got the reins on this relationship. I like it. And yet... And yet you see that control faltering when Evan tries to take things to the next level. You paint that struggle for Claire in such a real, sensitive way. And a way that makes me blanch at the sexism of it all. -shakes first- Grrr!

NOOO, CLAIRE. Don't betray your own best friend! It's upsetting to see her being drawn into this web of Slytherin idiocy, but at the same time, it's so understandable. She's playing by a different set of rules now, and she's conforming to the company she's in. Who of us isn't guilty of that? This is a great way of reminding us that Claire is flawed, but she's also flawed in a believable way. I have a feeling that this betrayal is going to wreak havoc in future chapters...

That fight. That FIGHT. Ow. It was so painful to read, but so well-written! I seriously think this is the best chapter yet in terms of your prose and dialogue. Despite all the hard content you had the sludge through, you kept it an engaging read. I'm so eager to read what happens next! And see more Regulus, mayhaps? Yes. I'm shameless.

Author's Response: AH YOU ARE SO LOVELY!

Claire and Anabelle is breaking my heart to. But alas, things must always get worse because they get better. Originally in my mind Claire was going to be a spot of brightness, but as this story is unfolding for me I have such a bigger plan. I added a bit to the summary of this story to show that too.

I can empathize with him too. In a way he reminds me of a Sirius on the wrong side of things. Eager and panting to get out there, much like we saw in Sirius in OTP. I like writing him relatable, yet horrible too. I'm excited as to how he all plays out here.

AHHH. Yes, Claire and kissing. More to come, more to come. I'm loving playing with the sexism aspect. I see it even in our culture now so I'm trying to address it.

AHHH, future chapters. ;) It will all come together later. I'm excited for the havoc to come honestly, for Claire to grow even.

Haha. I dearly want Regulus to come back as well. He'll make an apperance or two in the next chapters, but I'm trying to establish Claire before I really pull Regulus all in. I miss him so much. Ugh.

Thank you so much for this fantastic review!

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Review #36, by LavenderBlue Of Scrubbing and Stars.

3rd March 2014:
NEW CHAPTER. Yeah! Crabbe is a bleepity bleep bleepums and other not 12+ things that I cannot say here. Alas. Seriously though, what a jerk. I'm glad that Claire has an Annabelle in her life. Also, that Annabelle has a lovely boy in her life, even if he is a Muggle. GOSH, CLAIRE. BE A LITTLE OPEN-MINDED. Haha, though who am I to talk -coughAndromedacough-.

Speaking of which, LOVE the Andromeda reference. Muahaha. :]

Seriously, though, it's so sad that Claire even has the thought process that the same arms hugging her once touched a Muggleborn and are therefore contaminated. So much so that she scrubs herself raw and burns her clothes. D: It just shows how deep the bigotry lies in pureblood circles. Scary stuff.

Oh em gee. Evan. Dude. So embarrassing. Of course he would ask her in that grandiose manner. Despite the fact that I have a bad feeling about the guy, the scene itself was very cute. But Regulus. Regulusss. And the eye contact. And good heavens, poor Claire's mindset about the future.

Excellent chapter! I hope you take as much time as you need to relax and get thing backs in order, and I will be eagerly looking forward to another chapter when it comes along!

Author's Response: Your reviews always bring me great joy! I think over Spring Break I'll get back up to writing a new chapter once everything is all in order and much less stressful. Whew. We're getting there, but on the emotional front things are much better. And getting better everyday, on to the story~

Yes! My love for Andie has to shine through in my writing. I'm trying to reference the generation of peoples that came before them that are so much more well known and spoken of.

I wanted Claire's reaction to be huge. And in truth, I don't want her prejudice to fully go away. But I'm hoping to form this all in a way that she sees value in all human life, not just the pureblood life.

He is. I want him to be so dang likable but hatable too. He's like the perfectly crafted pureblood in over his head and I love it.

My love for Regulus grows every chapter. He's such a harsh reality and I love it.

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Review #37, by Mari Of Good Nights and House Elves.

23rd February 2014:
I rly like this fic.
the charCters are all likeble, and Claire is convincing as a pureblood.
im liking fwd to see how the relationship develops.
Sry for the poor speling, my iPad is set for portuguese.

Author's Response: Thanks! I'm taking a small hiatus as college is kicking my butt this semester, but I'm going to try and write some here for there to bring it back up to speed!

Your review made my day! :)

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Review #38, by LavenderBlue Of Good Nights and House Elves.

10th February 2014:
Ooh, look! A shiny, gorgeous banner! And a brand new chapter for me to read. HUZZAH.

"But in the end my true opinion on it mattered little." NOO, CLAIRE. NO. You've done a great job so far of capturing Claire's thought process about her future, her place, and what's to be expected of her. So much so that when I first read that line I was like, "Meh. Yeah. That's true." And then I was like, "WAIT, NO. THAT IS WRONG." It's scary how invasive that pureblood mindset is.

Claire and the house elves are adorable. That's all there is to it. Completely adorbz.

And here you encapsulate a struggle I'm sure many a Hufflepuff feels: "Something inside of me burned at the comment, like I was just the type to be nice to everything." So dead on. It's interesting to see the tension between what Claire knows to be her house's stereotype and her actual behavior.

Love, love, loved the conversation with Regulus. Even though Reg remains all enigmatic-like, I think we're beginning to see more of his personality come through. And clearly I think he has a soft spot for Claire since he's letting her eat after curfew and complimenting her on her niceness to house elves. :] Still intrigued! Looking forward to more... I'm anticipating juicy girl talk with Anabelle? Hope so!

Author's Response: Yes! I thought it was due time I actually use one and spark a little interest in people. Haha.

It is scarily brainwashing in all honesty. I guess I can see and understand it a whole lot because I have seen racial tensions from my hometown, but I cared little for it and thought my views on it wouldn't change a thing.

I'm trying to play up her "Nott" tendencies for a while, just so everyone gets the picture that she isn't a usual Hufflepuff but all for a good reason. ;)

I'm trying to avoid them falling in love so right off the bat, I want it to be something that progresses through out the story. And I hope to add more of Regulus in in the later bits but I really want to develop Claire so that her actions and reactions later are believable.

Thank you so much for this review! It made my WHOLE day! I look forward to diving into your story again soon!

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Review #39, by LavenderBlue Of First Dates and Toasts.

7th February 2014:
HELLO THERE. 'Tis me, and I was pleased as punch to be able to snuggle up and read this chapter. YAY.

I really enjoy your take on Claire's place in Hufflepuff. You wouldn't expect to see the same kind of prejudice/snubbery in Hufflepuff as in Slytherin, but given Claire's name and family reputation it makes perfect sense that her housemates would be leery of her. After all, even though Hufflepuff takes "all the rest," no one ever said that they have to be open-minded. It also makes Anabelle's friendship with Claire all the more valuable.

AHHH. Barty Crouch Jr. makes an appearance! Scary stuff. D: Is it wrong that I picture him as a young David Tenant? Because I do. Lolz.

"Who said a Hufflepuff couldn't have wit?" WHO INDEED. Hufflepuff ftw!

Um, also, another appearance from the mysterious Regulus. I'm intrigued! And want to see more of him. MORE. I'm enjoying the read so far! Do keep up the good work, and I can't wait to read the next chapter!

Author's Response: Your reviews always give me a happy heart!

Ah, yes. There is more Hufflepuff interaction coming along for dear Claire in due time. Anabelle in a lot of ways will be a hinging character, I have big ideas for that one.

YES. The idea for Barty Crouch Jr. just seemed lovely to me. I always guessed he had gotten in with the wrong crowd whilst in school, that he just would have groveled his way to becoming his crazy self. Haha. I picture him exactly like that too, but I've probably written him less attractively simply for the creep factor of it all.

I am falling in love with this house, it seems.

Thank you for this review! I'm working hard between my crazy schedule to get a chapter I'm well and pleased with haha.

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Review #40, by LavenderBlue Of Thestrals and Paupers.

23rd January 2014:
Hm. Claire, what is up with you? It seems that she definitely prefers her family and pureblooded friends to her house friends. "Mother had allowed me" to be friends with her. Youch. Burn, Claire. Still, she does seem to be genuinely kind to and interested in the friends she's allowed to have, like Anabelle. All the same, you can tell that there's a definite superiority complex there, which is funny, considering how ticked she is at Regulus for having a superiority complex toward HER. But I love that she's contradictory like that; it's such an incredibly human trait. :]

WHY CAN SHE SEE THESTRALS?! Omg. Backstory waiting to be told. Who did she see die last summer? Poor Claire. Regulus I'd expect to see them, since he's been going around, doing the Dark Lord's bidding, seeing dead bodies left and right. Still. :( So much trauma for teenagers. And that's something that Claire and Reg share in common, so no complaints from me.

I love that Regulus and Claire have a moment over her father. It's clear that he means a great deal to Claire, and it's also clear that Regulus is decent enough to pass on information to Claire that he knows will make her happy, even though he's totally not obligated. Gold star for you, Reg. GOLD STAR.

Aw man, hawt stuff going on in the hallway. That little Claire and Evan tete-a-tete, and of course Regulus is creeping like a creeper (shhh, I don't care if it's cos he's a prefect) and warning Claire off. I think he knows something about Evan that she doesn't know. UH OH. I'm really enjoying the read so far. Looking forward to the next update!

Author's Response: I like the struggle between Claire and her family's upbringing and her current situation. I wanted her to have a distaste for the life her mother is forcing upon her but also see the safety in that life. I can't reveal too much, but I always wanted to think like what if this super nice girl just ended up in the wrong family, what would she chose?

It's incredibly human. It's something we all do, inevitably. Though many work against it, there is always someone out there we consider ourselves better than, only Claire thinks she's too noble and kind to consider people that way.

AH, the mystery of the threstals. ;)

I want him to be likable! I really think at the end of it all Regulus wasn't saddistic like most of Voldemort's followers. There was something noble about him at the end of his days. Something that I believe was always present but was sucked away at being the perfect son for his parents.

I hope to get writing the next chapter soon. College and writing simply aren't on fantastic schedules. Thank you!

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Review #41, by LavenderBlue Of Freedom and Dark Marks.

22nd January 2014:
I've finally got a chance to sit down, cozy up, and read these two chapters. YAY. I mentioned this in the reply to your review, but seriously, I am obsessed with the Black Family, and Regulus is one of my all-time favorites. He's on my list of characters I want to write about, in addition to Andromeda and Xenophilius Lovegood. :] I'm so excited to have the chance to read a story about Reg from an OC's perspective, too. Let's begin!

I'm already intrigued by Claire's character. A Nott sorted into Hufflepuff? Yipes. I wonder how that's affected her life perspective? She still seems very well-versed and brainwashed into the pureblood philosophy, but I imagine that her housemates have had some tempering influence on her. Or maybe not? I wanna find out...

Stupid boys, showing off their Dark Marks. They've always got to be one-upping the other. Evan doesn't seem too bad so far. I mean, not sadistic anyway. And Reg is mysterious. Hmmm. I'll reserve my judgement on Reg for a later date.

Just a couple typos that I caught, before I forget: "The most prestige of families" should be "prestigious of families," I believe. And "Nobel" should be "Noble."

NOW. Getting back to the story! I think it's fascinating that Claire's rationale for potentially getting pregnant would be to avoid committing herself to the Dark Lord. Her hesitancy is clear, and I think you've done a great job of establishing early on the sort of inner-tensions that Claire is dealing with by virtue of her status, name, and house. Lovely work so far. On to the next chapter! :]

Author's Response: Ah! The list of those you want to write about, I'm dying! Especially Xeno, because I am oh so curious about him but also Luna's mother. I love seeing the "unsung" heroes or just characters in general. I love seeing them portrayed while sticking true to the story.

I want their to be a struggle between what she has been raised in and what is actually out there. I don't want it to be just in her head or through dialouge, I want that contrast to be shown through her interactions and the setting she is in as well.

Yes, Evan is going to be a favorite of mine to write. I want to make him the perfectly acceptable boy that she could marry, and then... well you'll see!

Thank you for catching my typos, alas I am horrible at thoroughly reading my own work.

Thank you for this lovely review! xx

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