|Reviews for A Fairytale|
| Guest chapter 1 . 5/19
Your writing amazes me! It gives me everything I want to read in just the right way. Please never stop writing for these two. If I may make a suggestion, would you consider writing a longer piece where a younger Rhett meets and has interactions with child Scarlett? I think it may have been you who wrote something like this in a short fic once, or maybe it was another gone with the wind writer, but I loved it! I would think more writers would pursue that, but I haven’t seen much at all. Wishing and hoping.
| Guest chapter 1 . 5/18
I think you have it right that being able to forgive is the key to any relationship worth having. Rhett had many flaws but that is his biggest one.
| Guest chapter 1 . 5/16
This was very poignant. I think you are right that one of the impediments to them being happy was Rhett's unforgiving character.
| magnolia1717 chapter 1 . 5/12
| gumper chapter 1 . 5/10
Really interestIng and intriguing - the stream of consciousness style, mix of timeframes and dueling set of stories/facts surrounding the S&R relationship (one being the original and the other some fantasy re-do) are somewhat of an effort to digest but well worth it.
| Kinderby chapter 1 . 5/10
This is a really interesting, fresh story. It's always nice to see Scarlett and Rhett end up together in a believable, deserved way, and I felt this was one. It was a little hard to follow at times, swinging back and forth between the timelines and the scenes, but it was enjoyable.