|Reviews for Shattering Bonds|
| Janell Harris chapter 6 . 9/19
Wow great story
| Janell Harris chapter 5 . 9/18
That was good awesome job
| Guest chapter 6 . 5/24
Please update soon!
| Guest chapter 6 . 4/30
| Ember Reverie chapter 6 . 4/26
Damn, the bond is sounding more and more dangerous. I'm really liking how you're making it more powerful and binding. It's a little worrying for the two though.
Robin has got to learn to keep work out of his 'dates'. lol
And if he really likes Raven, then maybe he should set some boundaries with Star.
I hope Raven stops getting interrupted. Robin needs to know about the bond and how it works.
I get the feeling he thinks she wants to tell him that she loves/has feelings for him. A little full of himself, that one. :D
| Ember Reverie chapter 5 . 4/25
Glad to see an update. :)
You're doing some interesting things with 'the bond'. I like that you're taking it somewhere beyond the usual telepathy or empathic stuff.
| damblucookies chapter 1 . 3/12
Hi, I loved the story but can't find any references to the bond in the show.
Please can someone explain it to me. Thx
| nismov35.rb chapter 5 . 3/10
I really like how this story is staying true to the cartoon series and storyline. But as a fan of Robin and Raven, I find it irritating how there relationship is going. Basically it's great read so far, it's just a bit taxing to read due to the impact of the progression between the characters. Keeping up the awesome work though
| something-to-probe chapter 5 . 3/10
Really great considering its your first fic! I like it! Please continue writing
| gold punk cat chapter 5 . 2/15
plz write the next chapter soon I love this
| AngiMK chapter 4 . 1/10
Must...have...more...fanfiction! I really think this is an addiction:Fangirling.
| Ember Reverie chapter 4 . 1/10
Word of advice, don't insert author's notes in the body of the story. Save it for before or after.
Robin felt a little off in the last paragraph. His behavior just seems ooc.
| Ribbon of Moonlight chapter 3 . 1/7
So, you got a beta? They tend to help a lot, even some of the more experienced writers use them. You know, for your first story, you've actually done a pretty good job (in any case, it's much better than some of my beginning work) so don't feel bad. Writing a story is a lot like doing anything else: you get better with practice.
I can totally sympathize with Raven in the dream scene. Some of my worse nightmares have taken place in a school setting. Of course, I never had to wear a cheesy uniform or have a love letter from a guy I was starting to crush on confiscated by the teacher, so...yeah, Raven wins.
It's nice of the titans (sans Robin) to be concerned about 'booms' coming from Raven's room in the early morning. With the amount of enemies the titans have collected during their crime-fighting careers, it's really not that far of a jump to assume she could be under attack. And Beastboy, even you should know better than to rile Raven when her powers are already inflamed. Ah, I'll blame it on the fact you just woke up and are obviously not thinking straight.
So, now the two bird titans are sharing dreams. I wonder how much longer it's going to be before Raven *has* to tell Robin the truth. (I also wonder how he's going to take the fact that she knows everything about him, and knowingly hid it from him, but that's another matter entirely). And Cyborg catching Robin and Raven in a 'compromising position' is comedy gold, especially since they weren't really doing anything.
But why does Raven need to survive 'just' a few more weeks of this? Did she figure out some way to break the bond? What happens next?
| Ribbon of Moonlight chapter 2 . 1/7
First off, you have a little typo in the first paragraph. 'Calm done' should be 'calm down'. That being said, I especially like the waffle scene with Cyborg and Beastboy. Though I don't really understand how Cyborg doesn't know Starfire's crushing on Robin (It's painfully obvious, even in the show), I do like how he reacted. Good thing Raven was there to catch the waffles.
I also enjoyed how you described Robin as the 'primal alpha male' and went on to describe his training session like a nature film documenting the courtship rituals between two animals. Those types of interludes always make me grin.
When Robin confronts Raven over her 'love-struck doofus' comment, I started grinning again. Although it's kind of hard to picture Raven doing anything seductively, I did like watching her trying not to crack under Robin's scrutiny. It did surprise me to hear her encouraging the relationship between her leader and the alien princess, but I guess there was only so much she could say without giving away her secret. Still, I have the ominous sensation that her encouragement is going to cause more trouble than her secret will.
| Ribbon of Moonlight chapter 1 . 1/7
This is a very interesting idea. Obviously, Raven really didn't have much of a choice when it came to establishing the bond (which, I agree, should've had a more long-lasting effect than what was represented in the show) and I find it completely feasible that Raven would feel a little guilty for basically 'mind-raping' her friend and leader, regardless of the circumstances. Given how close Robin seems to guard his own past, having anyone (even a teammate) learn all his secrets would probably be more than a little disquieting for the Boy Wonder.
I'm not sure I would call Raven 'messy' or 'unorganized', in any sense of the terms. She's an empath, and she can lose control of her powers if her emotions get too intense, but in the show, that limitation only caused her to work even harder at discipline and self-control. And if you mean messy in the physical sense, the handful of episodes that actually showed Raven's room depicted it to be rather clean and orderly.
That line about both participants involved in a bond having their fate joined together instantly made me think about the episodes 'The End Parts 1 and 2', where Robin actually follows Raven into H*** and helps her find the courage to take down her demonic father.
So, Raven slept straight through breakfast and no one even thought to wake her up? Remind me not to sleep over at Titans Tower; I'd never get breakfast again. :) Although, to be honest, I really can't see Raven initiating a bond with a villain. She just doesn't seem the type, and it would probably be dangerous for her in regards to her powers. Beastboy would definitely be a headache. Starfire...eh, I'm not really sure about that one. I hope Star can understand that the bond isn't a threat to her (at least not yet).
And Robin doesn't know? Well, this is certainly going to be interesting. I can't wait to see how he takes it.
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