|Reviews for Amour|
| marwamarwa chapter 1 . 9/26/2012
This seems to be one of those simple, perfectly wonderful things that I cannot understand where to begin complimenting. I love every aspect of this, especially the word choice.
| ChocoCoatedLemons chapter 1 . 10/12/2008
Kyaa! This was so sweet- yay!
| Tronnie chapter 1 . 10/6/2008
great short oneshot! best i've seen in awhile! : )
| Adi88 chapter 1 . 6/4/2007
Should just state here and now that I’ve read this through, and I think I need Notes like Shinju does them when asked, where you go through and put the subtext in brackets. Because I don’t think I entirely get it. Ah well - doesn’t stop me enjoying the hell out of it…]
“He has made it his mission in life to romance, charm, and physically woo as many people as possible.”
- Because there is nothing so charming as a Tamaki with a mission.
“I suppose – as far as I may venture into unfamiliar waters – that anything other than whatever this is would seem tired and overdone.”
- Ooh… okay, so ‘this’ is the this below, not above, right? That makes it make more sense.
“So, when I finish the numbers and he finishes artistically assaulting my spare notebook…”
- Because I love you even more, if possible, for the phrase “artistically assaulting”. *hug*
“…and we’re drowning and none of it is anything like what he has with them.”
- *fans* Ah, focus. Sn. Sn. Sn.
“And the only thing that I can think about is that, even though I don’t get to have the commercialized Tamaki, at least I have this person.
And laughing over our smiles making our teeth click together makes it all worth the love that we can’t show otherwise.”
- Here is where I become slightly confused, although reading it through for the fifth-odd time it comes clearer. I suppose what it is, is I’m not sure if Kyouya’s happy or not - “at least”, “makes it all worth”, “love we can’t show otherwise”. Like all of this is nice and wonderful and he gets Tamaki… but not quite what it could be. There could be more, dinner and roses and stuff. Fine, commercialized, but it’d be all of Tamaki, or more real, or mean he was appreciated more. SOMETHING.
Definitely something missing, I have decided, reading again. Wanting more, he is. Missing pieces… aan. *sniff* Also, now that I am satisfied that there is indeed discontent running through, it has become my favorite part. Sort of melancholy undertones lent. I huggles them.
…Wanting more Surprise to make me feel better now.