|Reviews for Dancing in the Dark|
| Snooboostoo 6/29/04 . chapter 4
Aw, very sweet I loved it. You so made me love AJ in this...which by they way is very hard to do...Good job.
| Cincere 6/8/04 . chapter 4
Wow! Thata all i have to say. You take my breath away. As always, every story you write. I am amazed. WOW!
| MzMocha 9/20/03 . chapter 4
This was not enough... I want to see what happens with AJ.. I know all that he is, but I want him to find redemption... simply put, I don't want this story to end..
I knew anything of yours with more than one chapter would be sure to blow me away. Oh my, was I right... I don't know how I missed this sooner, but I'm so glad I found it...there aren't enough words for how much I love your style..
and BTW, if you haven't figured it out yet, I absolutely LOVE this story...
| Elisabeth 6/19/03 . chapter 1
Damn! Each one of your fics I read is better than the last. You just took three characters I'm not all that interested in (not counting AJ - I've always adored him) and made me fall head over heels.
Not to mention it was hot as all hell. Brava -Elizabeth
| hlf 2002 4/29/03 . chapter 2
Love your take on adolescent angst. This was so right on: "She was the one, not Lucas, in danger of a diabetic coma," and yet she still has the girlish innocence to cross her fingers behind her back when she lies.
And this: "the momentum of her body slamming into his was like flint and steel. The pyromaniac couldn't help but let the spark turn into fire" was great sexy, dangerous stuff.
I guess Barbara Jean wasn't messing around when she decided to go bad. Back alley sex at Jake's is pretty darn wanton.
I'm looking forward to more.
| hlf 2002 4/24/03 . chapter 1
Okay, the pairings on this fic: slightly disturbing, but you've sucked me in anyway.
I love the Coleman/Lorena backstory/conversation, and this was great:
"I am NOT a virgin! And I am NOT underage!."
"You ain't careful and somebady's gonna make at least one of those lies the truth."
I also really liked Coleman calling Maxie "Miss Max." Something about that fit the character of Coleman perfectly.