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Reviewer: Nonhalema Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 14/10/08 - 12:26 am Title: Chapter 1

Loved the last line

Reviewer: Dark Lycoris Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 02/09/06 - 05:33 pm Title: Chapter 1

When she came back and sat down next to him, he had only one thing to say. “If I have to spend a week in Los Angeles with that bastard, you’re going to owe me. Big time.”

Best part of the whole story. LOL! Sounds so true to Spike I am thinking that he is over to your place making sure you get the Spike right in this story!

Author's Response: LMAO! And oh, of only *grin* That would be such yummy fun. Glad you liked it :-)

Reviewer: Mawariah Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 02/09/06 - 06:43 am Title: Chapter 1

Ohhhhh….. I sense an ending lurking about…Which actually makes me not so happy. This is one of those stories you just wanna see going on forever and ever…

I really liked that you had Angel bring up the drawbacks of immortality. So many writers just…skip that. The characters assume, as does the reader, that everything will always be alright and that they’ll always stay together. I mean – yeah sure that might happen, but most often the writer doesn’t even hint at the possibility it might not work. So I really liked you putting that in there.

Another thing I noticed throughout the story is “the casual touching” – Which I simply adore! Spike passes and touches Willow just for an instant and so on. I like that, very nice touch…(in every way.^^)

Well…want more – hoping for more…and more…and can’t you have Angel put on the soddin necklace and “die” instead? I mean (going after the show) he’ll come back sooner or later and if Spike “dies” then he misses good “quality-time” with Wills…and then Wills will be cranky and…on the other hand…if Spike “dies” they can have a “welcome-home-quality-time” thingy going when he comes back…Hmmmm…

Please don’t make the end toooo unhappy…=)

Author's Response: LOL...yep, an ending is lurking about. The next part in the series will be the last. Prrobably. I'm thinking I may review it this weekend and see if it needs to be fleshed out any. If so, then I may try to split it into two parts. I'm just not sure yet. You'll have to thank my beta Elisabeth for part of the 'reality check.' She pointed out that they really haven't been together that long, and that Angel might want to point out something along those lines. The drawbacks of immortality thing was all mine, though. As for the ending--don't hate me too much, and remember that any sad ending will pave the way for a happy sequel :-)

Reviewer: KFlowers Anonymous starstarstarhalf-star [Report This]
Date: 01/09/06 - 05:43 pm Title: Chapter 1

I just remembered what happened to Spike because of that neckles. Is this going to end being a Willow/Angel thing? How are you going to get around not having Anya to make Buffy realize that they can make all the girls slayers? And how are you going to get around the death of Spike, or are you? I enjoyed the part. Will we see more of the potentials, Faith, and Xander? Will there be a confrontation between Buffy and Spike? How far are we from the end? Not that I'm rushing you in any way. Thanks

Author's Response: LOL...We're pretty close to the end, so all of your questions will be answered soon. There are a lot of things that I thought I'd have room for, but decided not to put in there, and one of them is the Buffy/Spike confrontation. I thought about it, but there really wasn't a good place to put it in, and since Buffy's such a small part of the story, I decided not to add it at all. As for the necklace...well, you'll just have to wait and see *grin*

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