|Reviews for Yours to command|
| Tinkirbell 12/24/11 . chapter 34
My love for you grows each and every day...3 *sigh*
| Lives to dance 11/18/11 . chapter 34
All of your stories are amazing, but this was probably my favorite (:
| QueenGinevraWeasley 11/14/11 . chapter 1
I love this chapter. I like the fact you pointed the purpose of this story from the beginning. And I am curious how unusual Lothiriel is.
| Blonde Pickle Mule 7/8/11 . chapter 34
This was a beautiful story; I loved how you portrayed both Éomer and Lothíriel and how their relationship grew. I also loved your portrayal of Éowyn, Aragorn and Arwen. you made them actually possible to talk so, not aloof and rather hard to approch like so many people do.
The plot line always kept you guessing, which I really liked, and the way you write really enables you to feel the frustrations of the characters right along with them. You have such a talent for writing.
| GoGothGirl 5/23/11 . chapter 34
i'll have you know that this story is the second of the chaptered fics that you wrote that i've read in a day's time. goodness, i cant remember the last time i binge read anything by a single author. usually i move one chaptered fic to another and that's mostly by another author, but you impressed me with Lion and His Lady that i just HAD to read this one.
SO SO SO glad i did. XD
right. i see a healthy list of stories in your profile, so i best get started on my third one. :D
| pucksmuse 4/4/11 . chapter 3
Very interesting!Can't wait to read the rest.
| quaff 2/25/11 . chapter 34
Wonderful story. Couldn't stop reading it. Thank you.
| Lady Krystalyn 10/9/10 . chapter 34
Wonderful job, again! The most different Lothiriel out of the others you've written in my own opinion. She's more childlike and feels more her actual age while the other Lothiriels you've written all feel slightly older due to their experiances in the war as well as their position. This Lothiriel's blindness has kept her from these responsibilities and kept her much more sheltered and it shows wonderfully in her personality. The trust she is forced to place in others comes so naturally and sincerely to her and her stubbornness and lack of tact are quite endearing though I spent quite a bit of time wincing! An enjoyable look into a much less 'perfect' version of her. I particularly liked how you made her a champion of all those animals (very realistic for her to not want someone/thing thrown away because it has a defect or is no longer 'useful'). I must say that though this story is not catagorized under "Humour" as some of your others are, I think I laughed the loudest during this one! So many instances throughout had me bursting out laughting, which let me tell you creates some interesting noises when you try to stifle it and not wake up the rest of the house! The number of times I was irritated with Imrahil for coddling her and treating her like an invalid were quite frequent as well. I have to say, Eomer being the nervous one on their wedding night was very entertaining, another difference in her from your other stories but very fitting lol Goes back to her trust and childlike enthusiasm I think. Anyway, great job!
| Lady Krystalyn 10/9/10 . chapter 23
Ok, as you know I usually wait to review until I've finished your stories because I simply can't make myself take the time. I always want to know what happens too much to pause! However this time I just HAD to make an exception. I was practically rolling on the floor in laughter at the end, that nasty Wilwarin FINALLY got what she deserved! I can't tell you the number of times I wanted to wring her neck, but this was the perfect resolution to the entire situation! The way Eomer took her to task in front of the entire court was just wonderful! Love, love, love it! And I'm so glad Eomer and Lothiriel finally talked and got the whole misunderstanding taken care of in the last chapter, I'm not sure my poor heart could take any more chapters with them at odds like that.
| Sic Vita Est 10/7/10 . chapter 34
This is the second story I have read and I know now that I will have to go and read all of your stories. You make Eomer and Lothiriel feel like real people, you balance the romance, the drama, and the humor. One of my favorite parts was when Eomer ordered his men to guard the rosebush. :) Again, I am sad to see this story end. Amazing story!
| Whitetree-Nimloth 8/12/10 . chapter 34
What a wonderful love story! I loved your characterization of a blind Lothiriel. I don't know who was the most horrible villain in this story- the gondorian lady or the harad prince. Sure, the harad prince's actions were pretty horrible, but I felt much more anguish at the misunderstandings which resulted of that horrible woman's lie. Somehow, there was never any doubt that Eomer would manage to kill the harad, while the other situation seemed pretty hopeless at one point.
| Vilinye 8/3/10 . chapter 1
I like the way you introduce the story and get into Eomer's head
| ambereyes55 4/1/10 . chapter 5
This is the second time I read this story but I'm still laughing so story and great writer...
| Ragnell 1/19/10 . chapter 1
A good old fashion bodice-ripper with an engaging couple. I found myself liking Lothinriel for her determination and independence.(In fact, I wish she could have shown up in the actual novels and movie in a significant fashion) Eomer, I love due to his complete state of utter deliciousness. Yes,some of this plot was predictable, but what fun anyway. It is not only the plot, but what the writer can do with it, and your prose is certainly very good.
| LOTRRanger 12/29/09 . chapter 34
Words cannot express how much I loved the story! It is definitely one of the very best I have ever read! :D I've always liked the concept of Lothíriel being, well, less than perfect, and I think you portrayed her beautifully! Also, there was drama, but it was not overdone. In short, everything was perfect! :D