|Reviews for Embrace|
| yay 11/1/12 . chapter 1
Oh my god, this IS depressing. But nicely written!
| Rainchecker 4/2/11 . chapter 1
I would bet $100 that everyone who has read this cried. I know that I did.
| vercatosso 6/24/10 . chapter 1
Beautiful. Simply beautiful.
| Madam Marmalade 6/13/10 . chapter 1
That...that actually made me tear up a bit. A story has never done that to me. You are an amazing author.
| Born To Cry 7/31/04 . chapter 1
I'm crying and I think I will never stop!
That was so sad and beautiful...
Why can't I stop crying?
But this is one of my favorites that's one thing for sure!
| lily22 4/25/04 . chapter 1
That is quite possibly the saddest thing I have ever read, and I have read a lot of sad things.
| Redwood1 2/29/04 . chapter 1
A truely beautiful story. Thank you. it made me cry in a good way.
| starsong 7/23/02 . chapter 1
that was sweet...
| Narsus 5/16/02 . chapter 1
OK, I admit it... this made me cry and few things do...
Wonderfully emotive writing, truly amazing.
| Harukami 3/15/02 . chapter 1
Tomo, I don't think I've been keeping up on the list enough that I actually told you how incredible this is.
It's beautiful, it's heart rending, it hurts, but in a good way, because we need to hurt like that, we NEED to finish reading this fic with one hand over our hearts, smiling and crying at the same time.
You've worked miracles with this one. Good for you.
| Onyx 2/26/02 . chapter 1
Truly heartrending. I've seldom seen a piece so beautiful, or so insightful.
| angua27 2/25/02 . chapter 1
Aw, that was so sweet. It was a little ooc, I think at least, but it was so touching. I didn't cry, but you almost got me.
| Winged Elf 2/25/02 . chapter 1
Oh, that made me cry. So very sad, Aziraphale begging for a little more time for her, and then her staying until her mother had a chance to wave goodbye.
| Darwin's Ape 2/23/02 . chapter 1
I'm not crying, honest. I just have something in my eye. In my eyes.
That is such a beautiful story - you made it so moving without detracting from the story or the characters by resorting to tear-jerking. I loved how you captured the angel's naivety as perfectly as that of the children.
Really, really well written. Really, really good.