|Reviews for The Innocent|
| blackwolf888 chapter 17 . 10/21/2016
After reading the unmasking scene I wanted to review and tell you that it was the best unmasking scene ever, but then... Then I read this chapter, and... I liked it even more. That's not a surprise, since this phanfic consistently gets better, darker and more interesting with each chapter. But still, something about this chapter made me want to review. It was so natural and so realistic, and I love how, even though I've been a hardcore Erik fan all my life, this fic actually makes me root for Ray. Man, I want to say more, but I'm lost for words, truly. After all, I bet that whatever I want to say has already been said in those 600-something reviews that came before me :p
Great work, dear author. Thank you. :)
| fanfic authoress chapter 22 . 9/29/2016
HOLY CRAP THIS WAS REALLY GOOD & CREEPY, WELL DONE
| emmsy662 chapter 20 . 9/26/2016
| Rainbow Pierrot chapter 22 . 6/3/2016
I loved every bit of this except the end. I feel like a lot was left out and it didnt really make sense.
| bluebirdlady chapter 22 . 2/20/2016
First of all, thank you for writing and sharing such a masterfully crafted POTO E/C story. So darkl and irresistible, absolutely enthralling. Your Erik is like a drug that instantly gets under one's skin and takes hold of one's psyche. It was painful to have to pause reading to attend to my daily mundane duties. I'd pay to have this in a book form to add to my collection.
But I have to say that the ending is a disappointment. Sorry about being blunt but I love this story so much I have to put my true thoughts down for you to read. Two possibilities for the 'missing' part between Christine's hate for Erik and her forgiveness. First, he manipulated her using tricks.
| Silverblue60 chapter 22 . 1/7/2016
In the Epilogue: Erik raised his hand and brushed her cheek with his fingers, an affectionate gesture that seemed natural and yet so odd...
I just can't shake the feeling... Is she mesmerized...?
I've read this frightening, wonderful story more than once. Love it every time; it draws me in deeper and deeper. Thanks for a fine achievement!
| Angelofmusic46 chapter 8 . 8/23/2015
Waaaaaaiiiiiiit... Was that the 2004 movie MOTN pose? Also, shipping.
| Angelofmusic46 chapter 1 . 8/23/2015
Thoughts running through my head: beneath a moonless sky... That song from the sequel. Creepy start, but bound to get better!
| Guesty chapter 22 . 6/20/2015
The whole time I read the epilogue all I could think about was the cat and the dog. :P
| Jane chapter 22 . 3/30/2015
I loved the first 11 chapters but i hated when Ray and Natha got involved. Why did Ray have to...? You know.. It's so sad.
| Guest chapter 6 . 1/25/2015
This is a great story im only a few chapters in but its fantastic. Not like some where Christine has the emotional range of a barbie doll and falls in love with a murderer instantly. The pace is great and it really develops the characters to where they are actually believable and not just fluff. Thank for writing something worth reading
| mildlyholmes chapter 22 . 1/14/2015
Great story. I love how the last few chapters were told through Nadir/Nathan's eyes. I was so confused as to how she suddenly fell in love with him once more, her apparent lack of empathy towards Ray's death, etc, but I feel like the mystery and unusual aspect of their love was emphasised because of it. We are not meant to understand Erik and Christine's relationship, and sometimes their love cannot be rationalized. It's an unhealthy love, I feel, and even if you didn't intend for it to turn out that way, that's the vibe I got. Through reading this I got that they are selfish and desperately in love, and that nobody can understand how and why.
Thanks for sharing this with us.
| Guest chapter 22 . 1/5/2015
Too bad the kid died, glad though that Eric and Christine are together at last.
Love knows no boundries
| Guest chapter 1 . 1/2/2015
| Aztilen-chan chapter 22 . 10/25/2014
This is absolutly one of the most beautiful stories I have read (if not, the most). I only regret not finding it sooner, I was 13 when you published it :), but I'm glad that I did because I loved it!