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Reviewer: Howard Russell Signed starstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 26/10/05 - 09:14 pm Title: Chapter Two

This is a hell of a lot of fun. Please come back to this story. There's still so much fun to be had here!

Author's Response: Howard I actually have the next two chapters written. I just haven't found the time to input them into the computr and post them. But with your encouragement I will try harder. Thank you.

Reviewer: psimetis Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 01/01/04 - 08:49 pm Title: Chapter Two

this was a fun chapter! kept laughing at the one liners, espec. the 'retarded slayer' crack. love everyone's characterizations, human wil, this world's buffy. buffy and xander's remarks about vamp wil being eternally 17 was right on. thanks for the great read!

Author's Response: Thanks for the great feedback. That thought actually came to me in the middle of writing the first chapter when Rue supposedly mistakes the Willows. Our Willow is going to keep aging, so except in season three stories, they will never be twins again.

Reviewer: psimetis Signed starstarstarstarhalf-star [Report This]
Date: 08/12/03 - 11:10 pm Title: Chapter One

i've really enjoyed this! a really excellent, dangerous vamp willow but with the possibility for complex emotions--her interactions with the weregirl were so satisfyingly like this amoral character. i look forward to experiencing how she's going to fit herself further into this world, or how she may/may not change herself in order to do so. very cool! ~m!

Author's Response: Thank you for the kind words. I love a good Vamp Willow read myself.

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