|Reviews for Make a Wish|
| Mistress of the Knight 7/28/09 . chapter 1
Oh mama I've had such a great night going back and working my way through some of your previous stories, like this one.
I am so very impressed. The problem with is that there are so many besotted fans out there writing their thoughts that true genius can easily get lost in the crowd. Plus of course I've written so many enthusiastic encouragements that when I really want to express how much I enjoyed something I have to descend into dribbling hyperbole!
Consider yourself dribbled on. Now if you'll excuse me, I think I have a long sleepless night ahead of me whilst I read everything else you've ever written!
| girlfan1979 10/5/08 . chapter 1
I liked this. Not sure why, exactly, because gosh it's a painful read, but you delivered well.
| Gameboy Rocker 12/18/07 . chapter 1
Very nice story! You really portrayed House well
| DXRULES103 11/10/07 . chapter 1
This made me cry. This made me laugh. This made me yell. I love this. Wilson got his wish. Yes, I totally agree that Tritter made everything different between House and Wilson. I don't really believe that everything is ok with the two now in the current season. I really don't. But I love this. Thanks!
| accioamber 4/14/07 . chapter 1
omgoodness, ur probably the best writer on here. u hit these characters to a T. everything would change b/w the 2 of them b/c of the Tritter thing, and u showed that. u also brought out the "house is a bastard" thing i always knew was there. amazing, great job.
| Wolf Maid 3/4/07 . chapter 1
Oh wow...absolutely gorgeous story...wonderful, wonderful job.
| mikesh 3/1/07 . chapter 1
| shoreside 3/1/07 . chapter 1
This is really, really good. You have good insight into the complicated relationship that is Wilson/House. I really enjoyed it and hope that you keep writing! It's such a joy to read well-written fanfic!
| bridit 3/1/07 . chapter 1
I really liked this. It's not dramatic but not melodramatic and the taste of melancholy really hits you with the flash back of Wilson as a kid, hoping for the best. Quite poignant, comparing a kid wishing for the best, to a man hoping to settle for anything.