|Reviews for Imprint|
| livelaughlove123 4/17/13 . chapter 1
Hi :) I know this was written a while ago so I don't know if you're still active on here or not, but I just wanted to let you know that I liked the ideas that you put into this. I especially liked the fact that you pointed out that Quil may not have been very happy about the imprinting either. I feel like many Quil/Claire stories either have them falling deliriously in love or even a little less often, have only Claire rebelling against the imprint. It was an interesting view of the couple and it was really well written. Thank you for writing!
| leaptad 3/26/11 . chapter 1
Really powerful story. You are a fabulous writer. And I loved the take on the darker side of imprinting.
| LeviMarie 3/8/11 . chapter 1
WOW. I'm an avid Claire/Quil reader and can't get enough of them, even though there arent enough to satiate my apetite. Your take on their story was very intense to be honest, and I don't mean that in a bad way. I was very impressed with how it all flowed together, and honestly although I'm a huge fan of the happy endings, especially with this pair, it was certainly intresting to read something completely opposite. Well done and keep up the good work!
| justwaitingontheworldtochange 1/22/11 . chapter 1
Wonderful. I've read a lot of stories where Claire's life is practically perfect, and even liked most of them, but it is nice to see another perspective on the Claire/Quil relationship. Also, I'm really glad to see that you're posting again as I really enjoy your work. Thank you for writing!:)
| emmestorm 1/15/11 . chapter 1
I love stories that flesh out the consequences of something like imprinting. It really is, basically, just taking away your freedom - I mean, even if Claire didn't want Quil, what's she really going to do? Her entire life has revolved around him - as his has around her. That's what I like about your story. Imprinting might seem so romantic and perfect, but just like your story, there is something kind of sinister just beneath the surface, just thinly veiled in the perfection. Good job.