|Reviews for What A Turkey and Other Holiday Drabbles|
| MLaw 12/31/12 . chapter 18
Love the chapter heading. Yes and I do want to know...(she nods quickly with puppy dog eyes)
| jkkitty1 12/31/12 . chapter 18
Oh yea, that might get a reaction.
| jkkitty1 12/30/12 . chapter 17
Sound like Napoleon is speakless-one for the Russian.
| MLaw 12/29/12 . chapter 17
I like how your chapter heading answered my question about Napoleons "I did not." Good one!
| MargaretLattany 12/27/12 . chapter 16
It is just too funny when Illya is so literal! Enjoyed!
| jkkitty1 12/26/12 . chapter 16
Mmmmm wonder what it will be.
| MLaw 12/26/12 . chapter 16
I guess Illya just melts her butter huh? Good one, ya'll.
| jkkitty1 12/25/12 . chapter 15
What could this mean, like how we each can come up with out own view.
| alynwa 12/25/12 . chapter 15
Merry Christmas, indeed.
| MLaw 12/25/12 . chapter 15
And God bless us everyone... nice finish and loved the cryptic Illya comment. Great job with this.
| Muncle 12/22/12 . chapter 14
| jkkitty1 12/22/12 . chapter 14
| alynwa 12/22/12 . chapter 14
| MLaw 12/22/12 . chapter 14
Yes, the Grinches heart grew three sizes that day. Yay! Good one!
| Michiemabelle 12/19/12 . chapter 13
Loved this line, so perfectly describes Illya. "Illya turned on the blue gaze that disarmed and repelled almost simultaneously."
I liked that Napoleon hasn't given up on his parter in regards to the holiday. And Illya's reaction, a simple smile tells us he's not against it as much as he says. The phrase, "Me thinks thou dost protest too much," comes to mind.