It has a wonderful meaning to it like it's someone's mind talking about their feelings for that pairing
I still love Andromeda and Ted as alwaysAuthor's Response: ha, same here. Ted/Andromeda all the way!! thanks for the review dear. you always know how to make me smile! Report Review
I don't think this is pointless. On the contrary, it was an interesting twist to the Andromeda/Ted love story, telling it from the POV of an outsider. It gives a whole nother layer to their relationship. Even more so considering it comes from an ex-girlfriend. I've always found the notion of characters dating outside from their canon ship intriguing. After all, they can't have been with their canon significant other the entire time. There had to have been other people they dated, even if it wasn't serious.
I really liked that you used an 'unrelieble narrator' so to speak. Even though you didn't go into detail regarding her character, you developed her voice very well. The way she kept changing her mind and was so indecisive of her own opinions really captured a typical teenage girl. She came across as very real. I found it quite amusing that she'd be catty and bitter one minute and sombre and serious the next, almost apologetic about her less than rosy opinions on Andromeda. Her feelings for Ted were just as uncertain. There'd be strong feelings that are supposedly meant as love and then she'd shrug it off and be happy for them.
All in all, I thought you did a good job at writing a different sort of love story from such an interesting perspective. Good job!
~MistyAuthor's Response: thank you so much! i am really pleased to hear from you that this story was not one that just took up space. i definitely tried- in the little time that i spent writing this- to develop my OC's voice and it is nice to hear that i accomplished that well. thank you for your support! i really do appreciate it! Report Review
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