|Reviews for Family Ties|
| Alexis Katherine 2/13/08 . chapter 15
I can't believe it's over! I'm to see it end, but glad to see Jessie safe (for the moment) in Mexico. Thanks for ending the mystery of "the shot."
You tied up the loose ends nicely. I hope you either start a new story soon, or revisit an older one - I'm hooked now!
| Alexis Katherine 2/7/08 . chapter 14
You write great action sequences! It really flows with the dialogue. :)
I wonder who fired that shot that hit the sharpshooter? Brisco, perhaps?
| Alexis Katherine 1/28/08 . chapter 13
OMG - You killed Bill! I didn't see that coming. It's a sign of a good writer when the reader cares about OCs like that. :)
I know Dawkins is on Jessie's side, but I do hope he gets what's coming to him. Can't wait to read what happens next!
| Alexis Katherine 1/28/08 . chapter 12
Dawkins finally arrives and the first thing he does is mail some letters..interesting. Is Brisco Sr. still close by? Is Brisco Jr. really leaving?
| Alexis Katherine 1/24/08 . chapter 11
Sorry it took me so long to review!
I'm surprised Jessie changed lawyers, but not so surprised that Brisco is staying close by anyways.
Great chapter! Poor Jessie!
| Alexis Katherine 1/14/08 . chapter 10
Wow...Brisco to the rescue just in time! Also like the father-son interaction. Even though Brisco Sr. was only on the show for a few minutes in the pilot and the ghost episode, you've captured the character well!
| K.C. Harte 1/13/08 . chapter 10
Brisco Sr. - the voice of reason. :)
Jessie's character motivation is becoming more clear. Thanks. It's good to know there is a 'drive' behind her actions re: George, Juno, the robbery.
Curious as to what she has planned.
| K.C. Harte 1/13/08 . chapter 9
I absolutely love the father-son interaction. And there's nothing like an unplanned lynch mob to complicate things. I don't think Jessie is going to get a fair trial in this town. ;)
| Alexis Katherine 1/10/08 . chapter 9
I return from holiday break and get an update! Joy!
Uh oh...looks like Jessie is really in trouble! Unless the hooded men are actually part of the 'exit strategy.'
Don't leave me hanging!
| K.C. Harte 12/16/07 . chapter 8
An update! As you know, counsel usually don't object during opening statements - but then, said statements usually aren't so argumentative. ;)
Patiently waiting to see where this goes.
| Alexis Katherine 12/12/07 . chapter 8
You updated! YAY!
I love Brisco in the courtroom. Can't wait to see what Jessie's 'exit strategy' is.
| Alexis Katherine 8/18/07 . chapter 7
Back from vacation -
Are those sworn statements? Will Jessie take the stand? What kind of defense can Brisco mount in such a short time? Does it matter, since the judge and jury are already bought?
“If she’s not hanging from the end of a rope by morning, I’ll make sure you’ll be.” Yikes! Now *that* sounds like a threat!
(Im)patiently waiting for more!
| Alexis Katherine 8/11/07 . chapter 6
Yikes! Looks like the prosecution has a strong case and witness list a mile long.
Can't wait to see what Brisco can come up with as a defense. :)
| K.C. Harte 8/7/07 . chapter 5
Ah, law in the Wild West. Someone does not want to wait for the courts to settle this, but isn't that always the case? I'm keeping my fingers crossed that Brisco will get the chance to defend Jessie before the lynch mob gets to her (or him). While it didn't get off to a great start, at least he made it. 'Wild horses couldn't keep him away.'
Excellent chapter, by the way. Great set-up, execution, and escape from peril.
| K.C. Harte 8/7/07 . chapter 4
It looks like Jessie has found an ally in Bill Jackson and an enemy in Steele. No, more than an enemy: the man has a serious grudge. I don't recall if the charges have been read; murder, but of whom? Steele's brother? I'm impatient. :)
Can't wait to see where this goes.