|Reviews for Fire|
| David Fishwick chapter 1 . 3/18/2012
Great idea and thanks for writing.
| lisaniV chapter 1 . 10/18/2010
i also have to admit that it made me cry... the story is so credible
even made me want to include Erin in the official story...
the way you captured all the characters
and this side of Damon is very similar as i imagined the damon deep inside...
i can't explain it better because english isn't my native language... im sorry if you don't understand very well im better reading
it's a beautiful story, sad and hopeful at the same time
i don't know but the story remember me to this song: "bittersweet" by within temptation and maybe "memories" too... :)
| lynsay chapter 1 . 3/20/2010
Wow I totally love this different view of the Damon and Bonnie relationship...
| Dawnie-7 chapter 1 . 2/26/2010
Oh man this was so unbelievably good I can't stand it! So beautiful, so fluent, and I'm not ashamed to say I cried a little :)
I love the reacurring theme of fire, it brings the whole thing together, keeps it strong.
| UntitledFolder chapter 1 . 11/4/2009
Loved the ending!
| Grapes - Fruit of Hope chapter 1 . 11/14/2008
This was an incredible chapter! Erin was perfect in the fact she wasn't perfect and the only thing I have to say is Damon seemed a little out of character. You captured Stefan just right though!
P.S. I would buy Damon too
| friscofilly chapter 1 . 10/16/2008
EP! aww...poor damon. I JUST LOVE HIM, though. he's my favorite character of all. i love it!
| alicecullenismyheroandsherox chapter 1 . 2/16/2008
Oh, I love it!
| Sharli Takekawa chapter 1 . 8/27/2007
I like this a lot. The theme of it was interesting and I liked Erin (I normally am not a fan of OC's). She was very believable and not Mary-Sueish the way she could have turned out. I like your version of younf Damon, arrogant but still a child. I will make one suggestion however, I would break your story up into smaller chapters, even if it isn't very long. Most people prefer to read stories broken up, they can end a chapter and come back to it later, where with stories that are all on one page, it's easy to lose your place and hard to find it when you come back to finish.