|Reviews for None Like Family|
| the-lovely-anomaly 5/13/13 . chapter 25
"We should never permit historical reality to get in the way of a good story." Indeed we shouldn't, and what an amusing little story it was. :)
| the-lovely-anomaly 5/13/13 . chapter 24
One word for this: Aww!
| the-lovely-anomaly 5/13/13 . chapter 23
Feisty. I like it. This Grace character is my kinda gal. ;)
| the-lovely-anomaly 5/13/13 . chapter 22
"It's time he chased me for a change, don't you agree?" I couldn't help but smile at that. I honestly don't blame LaCroix for wanting Nick to chase him for a change. I would. :P Naturally Natalie would have to be involved. Nothing would bother Nick more than not knowing where she was.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 25
"Oh, Nicolas, do not spoil a good story with details. There are so many to tell."
YES THERE ARE.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 24
"Nick Knight's still there though, under all these centuries."
This. THIS is FASCINATING. I LOVE the idea that we are a core in the onion of our experiences and, peel back the layers, and you have BOTH the Old Thing and a New Thing.
Intense and complicated and SWEET.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 23
This is bizarrely cute. Is that weird?
I like this Grace. She's kinda cool.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 20
Oh HEAVY. Ugh. That hurts.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 17
Wow, this is INTENSE. So much power-play and sensory overload. Wow. Just wow. It's PERFECT.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 13
I love how this story opens out-the dialogue, the scenery, the stillness-and then snap! closed. "YOu WILL..."
So sharp. Wonderful.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 9
Wow. Scary. But sexy.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 8
There's so much LOVE here. Just...just...dawwwwww.
I love love.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 7
And yet...and yet she mourns. So sad.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 6
Oh, I LOVE this one. So much complex juxtaposition-dark and light, change and stagnation, love and...whatever else.
This is about "turning" in so many ways but. BUT. there is that last line. Impossibility. It's finite. Finished.
| Mechabeira 5/12/13 . chapter 5
I'm struck by the word "unobtrusively." It cuts Nick as a contemplative, character, though I'm sure spending a zillion years on earth makes one as such.
Very thoughtful piece. Quiet.