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Review #1, by Ardour Jagged Glass

5th December 2009:
Dear Indigo Seas,
Once again I think this story was beautifully written, but once again I find myself confused on whats happening, I realise there is a fight going on but i'm confused about what it is on. I'm extremely frustrated by your writing style yet strangely compelled to read more. I suppose these stories are up for everyones own interpretation? once again great story.
A.

Author's Response: Yes, a lot of my one shots aren't straight forward, and are all up for interpretation. Basically, Vic and Ted are fighting, and that's really all the reader needs to know. Even I don't exactly know what they're arguing about. Still, if you like straight-forward one shots better, that's all opinion, and I appreciate you reading and reviewing. Thanks!

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Review #2, by life_writtendown Jagged Glass

27th October 2009:
Wow, yea, this one-shot left me speechless. I've read so many Victorie storys that paint her out to be little miss perfect and this story humanizes her. I have no clue why there aren't thousands of reviews because I think that every writer should take in consideration when writing a Ted/Vic story this one-shot. I'm not saying that they should plagiarize, but aim to make their stories as great as this little one-shot.
-Mia. 9.999/10 (only because I'm a perfectionist)

Author's Response: God, thank you so much! I really appreciate the review. Your words are too kind, really. ;) Thanks again, and Happy Halloween!

- Rin


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Review #3, by ohcrapidroppedmybrain Jagged Glass

21st September 2009:
woah. Why aren't there more reviews for this? It isn't even 2000 words yet it is so emotional I almost cried. You have a knack for writing detail, and the more emotional parts of a relationship, and I like that. I don't have to even know why they are fighting; I just know that it's real and full of that angst I enjoy =]]

Um...major deja vu here, but you wouldn't know why. Er...I was sort of typing out loud. Anyways, the glass was a great metaphor to represent their relationship; you also made it ironic by shattering the glass- which in turn sort of glued them together (in a way)

"I'm sorry," she breathed, capturing my hand with her own. "I'm so sorry."

I said nothing, but let whistles of air escape my lips to comfort her. "Sh..."

We sat there for what seemed like an eternity, water falling from her eyes and into my open palm as I tried to wipe them away. She wouldn't stop muttering, blubbering incoherent words through her tears as I tried to quiet her.

"I-I'm sorry."


That right there almost made me bawl my eyes out. You showed Victoire in a vulnerable state, and it wasn't like she was a mini Fleur at all. You portrayed her as being hurt by something that Teddy did, but definitely not stuck up. Thank you so much for doing that because I actually hate the stereotypical Victoire and you did away with it.

11/10 and I'm adding it to my favorites straight away!

Constants.

Author's Response: Oh wow, thank you so much! I'm sorry I didn't get to this review sooner. :) I was too flattered to come up with a response!

Still, I don't really know how to reply. Uh... thank you? I'm absolutely flattered/over the moon/grinning like a goose (if geese can grin...) at what you said. Really. It means a lot to me!

Thanks again,
Rin


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