|Reviews for Gwyn's Sacrifice|
| Something Dangerous chapter 2 . 8/23/2009
If you want me to be honest I think this story is good, but kind of unrealistic. The 1st ch was good, but I don't see how Froderick could have rescued Gwen and the two of them get the Sherrif to surrender with guards standing right there. Just my opinion. But you should'nt stop the action here, there should be more and not just love & relationships. Plus isn't Froderick studying to be a mok, and monks can't marry?
| Princesscupcakes chapter 2 . 3/17/2008
something you should probaly know: the guilltine was not invented until the time of Marie Antonette. this story takes place around the 11 or 12 century. Marie Antonette was alive in the 18 century. sorry i am a history freak. good story. update soon plz.
may the schwartz be with you
| Signed Daine chapter 1 . 9/4/2007
it's a good idea for a story. but it's full of mistakes. this story is set during the time of richard the lionhearted
1- there was no such thing as dna back then
2- the guillotin wasn't invented until around 1789 to kill members of the french royal family during the revolution, at least 500 years after this story.
| Scipio'sgirl chapter 2 . 6/8/2006
WRite more Write more!
| Madame-Cazone chapter 2 . 5/10/2006
I'm more of a Gwyn/Phillip person, but yes, she should see her Father again and live etc. Keep Going!
| Noreen chapter 1 . 2/3/2005
Um, I'm just confused. How can they have DNA evidence in what ever century this is? DNA wasn't mapped until like the 1950's.
| suburbankat chapter 1 . 1/26/2005
Actually, if you read the myths of Robin Hood and have done serious research as I have, it IS Locksley. Also, when Gwyn sneaks off to join her father in the movie "Princess of Thieves," Froderick says, "Miss Gwyn, what have you done," out of respect. It isn't until the movie progresses that he actually starts to call her by her first name only
| Micayasha chapter 2 . 8/5/2004
it's Loxley not Locksley and why would Froderick call Gwyn Miss Gwyn?
| Cbj1219 chapter 2 . 11/4/2003
OMG! Katie, you never told me you could write! The secrets you keep from me! BOOHOO! Great story!
| xxxbsktbllqt4 chapter 2 . 10/28/2003
Wow. This is a very deep and profound story. I love the way you added that romantic tension between froderick and gwyn. The only problem I saw was that gwyn seems to give in pretty fast. She could've easily lept on her feet and escaped from the castle. Her father is, after all, robin hood. I do want 2 see what happens next!
| acfrikdem chapter 2 . 10/25/2003
man this is fuckin awesome thank god for froderick rite more pleese
| d-rose chapter 1 . 10/25/2003
This is so well-written! I hope you continue! You loved the movie too?
| Rachel chapter 1 . 10/21/2003
Liked the stroy, want to read more please.
| Pretty Kitty chapter 1 . 10/10/2003
Okay from what I remember of the movie (and I only saw it once, mind), Gwen was not as - what's the word - brash, for starters. Second, your whole setting is - gone; where is Gwen? is she in a monestary? a castle? is she in the practice yards or the main bailey? where? Then there is the breif issue of where her father is. You never really went into the nitty-gritty which are very nessary when describing the background of a story; you never want to leave details like that out. Also if there are to be more installments of this story you might not want to have put out the whole love issue so early. Love usually unfolds later through developement. Other than that, it's decent. I was drawn in at first with Gwen mounting her horse and stringing her bow I thought, 'All right, right to the chase I'm gonna like this' but then you yanked me back out. It really seemed like you know what you were writing, all it needs is a little refinement.
| Jenn chapter 1 . 10/9/2003
This is good, please continue