|Reviews for Fifty Three|
| SarahZahde 3/20/13 . chapter 1
AAAH I LOVE IT! I... just... agh it's so perfect. I love to think that they were grudging friends throughout their childhoold and... anyway. This is great. :')
| Aria Breuer 9/16/12 . chapter 1
This is a good, long, and decent one-shot story.
I liked the fact that you explain Catch and Fire, as well as how the game started. This makes sense that Odette and Derek were the first to play Catch and Fire, with Bromley, for obvious reasons, knowing about the game. I think Bromley did know, and was afraid to play the game, as you have said in the summary.
| bethsaida 9/4/12 . chapter 1
That was a-ma-zing. You developed their slow-blossoming romance with grace and plausibility. You also had the most generous interpretation of Derek's blunder that I've ever seen - that he couldn't tell Odette "he found her anything but beautiful." Thank you very much for this jewel.
| Leni 4/27/12 . chapter 1
This makes so much more sense! Of course Odette was the other half of the game! Love how you've tied it together with canon, with the slingshot and the borrowed armor. Great work!
| Lady Emily 11/21/11 . chapter 1
Aw, I really like this story- very well-written, in character, and cute! I always assumed Bromley's fear of catch-and-fire was pretty natural, because 1) he's not exactly stout-hearted, and 2) he's aiming a kill shot at his best friend... if something goes wrong Derek could die and Brom would have to live with being the one who shot him. Anyways I love this alternate explanation. Great job.
| Kirala Mouse 10/15/11 . chapter 1
I love this explanation! And it fits so nicely with the characters. Well done. And if I were more awake, I could give a more coherent/thorough review.
| Jeruselum 10/13/11 . chapter 1
LOL, you are so right! I loved the Swan Princess story, its been too long since I watched it.
thanks for the delightful read!
| lilmoosic011 10/12/11 . chapter 1
OMG I love it! _ Very cute!
| phoenixsoul13 10/12/11 . chapter 1
Awww. That was so cute! ) And something I'd never considered or noticed before. Very interesting!