|Reviews for Winter Solstice|
| aja aron chapter 3 . 1/5
Very engaging tale.
| BrightGreenNails chapter 3 . 6/10/2013
Awwwwwwwwww... That was really good but I am not really sure why I said "awwwwwwww"... :/
| BrightGreenNails chapter 1 . 6/10/2013
Wait... What happens next?
| Sajna18 chapter 3 . 1/27/2013
That was so good! I could not stop reading. I really enjoyed the father/son love. Great job!
| alexiana75 chapter 3 . 11/10/2012
Another wonderfull one...Poor Legolas! What a little misunderstanding can do!
| Freddie23 chapter 3 . 4/27/2012
Great story. Really liked the difference between Legolas' perceived relationship with his father and the actual one.
Very good work
| MelanisticLeopard chapter 3 . 10/23/2011
Awwwww so cute! My first time reading young!Legolas, very interesting & not something I'd considered before!
Wow, he really does like to jump to conclusions. At least it all got resolved in the end, & you wrote it so well. :)
I would actually like it even better if it focused on the OC less, not because he's not a great OC, but because he's not why I read this fic ;)
| kalicoeye chapter 3 . 8/4/2009
What a lovely sweet story! My heart ached for both Legolas and Thranduil, so much pain and hurt, I'm so glad that you resolved it so beautifully!
| Baby Dragon chapter 3 . 7/14/2009
That was great, poor little misguided elfling. Can't wait to read more of your stuff. ;)
| KyMahalei chapter 1 . 5/29/2009
I spent most of last evening and part of this morning reading your stories on all three sites. You've got a very enjoyable writing style. Your stories are well crafted and it makes me feel good to read them. Thanks for listening to your Muse and sharing so freely!
| ElvenStrife chapter 3 . 3/20/2009
This is a terrific fic! The emotion you have throughout every chapter makes it just so believable and you portray the characters so perfectly! This entire scenario is realistic and this story has been so enjoyable to read.
Especially since english isn't even your first language! You are an incredibly talented writer and I love your style, every scene in this story had me gasping, on the edge of my seat...and then making strange 'aww' noises at the end when Thranduil saved Legolas and was comforting him, lolol.
That scene at the end between Thranduil and Legolas was so brilliant. I almost had tears in my eyes, your emotion is terrific. So cute.
I also like Nestadren, he's a great character, extremely believable and likeable :)
Hehehe, and totally amazing angst! The way you presented Legolas' feelings, his effort to keep moving, you evoked so much sympathy from me! You are so good with elf angst *Grin*
I love this story, it's great and I can't tell you enough how awesome it is! Hannon lle!
| nancylea57 chapter 3 . 12/18/2008
thranduil makes such a deeply loving and caring father and you can't help but wish that he could wrap his little leaf in cooton batting and keep him safe forever,but when he must let go he does try to prepare the child to survive and flourish in a world that is ever more cruel.
glad you plan to keep nestadren he's a gem and i hope to watch him come to a deep, shining product of your imagination.
| Jedi Sapphire chapter 3 . 10/30/2008
This is very nice too... I love a warm and affectionate Thranduil - that's the way I write him myself.
| Shadowmistress13 chapter 3 . 5/15/2008
Aw. That was so sweet, I've got cavaties now. I love how you portrayed Legolas. Young, brave, and a little insecure. That awkward in between stage beyond elfling but before adult-the age where many a miscommunications occur.
Loved it! -
| Ne'ith5 chapter 3 . 3/24/2008
This is the first time I have read any of your stories I found it by accident and as you can see it is far past Christmas of o6 o0 08 for that matter.
However thank you for the lovely gift. This is one of the nicest coming of age stories I have read in this genre; Legolas in danger, then saved by a loving father, Thranduil. Thank you for not desecrating the character by making him a mean drunken sot.
Your OC, was also one of the best ones I have read he was very believable and fitted in seamlessly. I look forward to reading more of your fiction.