Reviews for Venus or Themis
Pirika Anna Usui Kyoyama 0116 chapter 6 . 5/25
The story is so cuuuteee
sasuke140 chapter 6 . 10/18/2016
Nine years after this story was written and here I am, captivated by how amusing it was. Although the story was short, it was funny and enjoyable. The conflict wasn't too overbearing and it did not take a million chapters to resolve the issue. Excellent job, I loved it.
Kaede Kayano chapter 6 . 5/14/2016
Love the mythology reference in the title
Kintora chapter 6 . 6/1/2015
I loved this! Probably my favorite of the NY series, although I think all the NYC-verse stories are adorable. Sweet, sweet job :)
P. Cythera chapter 6 . 8/30/2014
I loved this, very cute :)
Animefangirl95 chapter 6 . 10/7/2012
And that is how you write a happy ending:)
Animefangirl95 chapter 5 . 10/7/2012
Aww that's just so sad
Animefangirl95 chapter 4 . 10/7/2012
Haha well that worked out well
Animefangirl95 chapter 3 . 10/7/2012
:) that was cute
Animefangirl95 chapter 2 . 10/7/2012
Like the girl time:)
Animefangirl95 chapter 1 . 10/7/2012
Great job with the court scene
Crazycally chapter 6 . 11/13/2011
The story was very sweet, though I am slightly secpitcal of the marage proposal imedeatly after such a long break up but I wish you had made Neji grovil.
Crazycally chapter 2 . 11/13/2011
I don't normally reweiw intill the end but Tenten's breakdown of Nejis personallity into percentages made me laugh.
Just Lovely chapter 6 . 11/6/2011
This was a very glorious ending to a very beautiful story.

I really like how you added in Hinata and Tenten's meeting and conversation, it made Tenten understand what had happened on that night with Neji. Especially with her being so bitter, considering how you had mentioned that Lee had tried to sound cheerful but had clenched his teeth, you really see the full impact of her feelings on him and everyone else around her.

I love how you described Tenten reminiscing, it was a very cute romance they had, with all the key moments of making her realize that it had been love, and that she had been in love with him.

Neji appearing at her door was a very sudden movement that I knew was coming but the shock of it was how Tenten had handled it. It had taken on a bittersweet atmosphere, I think, growing more and more sweet.

I like how you added in Neji considering all the other things Tenten might need to forgive him, it shows his value and how far he's willing to go to be on good terms with her again, I love the determination there.

There's a few typos during the scene that Neji presents Tenten with the ring and before when they talk about the night she kicked him out, and when they talk about good and bad ideas.

You wrapped this up fantastically and I really admire the all the great writing that you've done.
Just Lovely chapter 5 . 11/6/2011
I admit to feeling that I hated this chapter a little bit, but only because of the outcome.

I really like how you avoided all the awkwardness of an aftermath fling, it makes Neji and Tenten seem so much more professional that yes, they acknowledge their urges but yes, they are also mature people and seem to find no problems with balancing work and a relationship.

The quickness of this chapter made everything to fly by fast, considering with how it was paired with how their schedules were so hectic and busy, it twined very well with their relationship status.

I like the excess amount that Neji was talking when conversing with Shikamaru and how he had explained himself, it really shows how much Neji values his relationship with Tenten and it's very sweet. Considering all the guilt he was feeling afterwards when seeing all the work she had gone through on her day off for him and celebrating.

The end result was not pretty but I really admire Neji's need to be honest with her, even though he knew what else he could have had later that night, the basis of a relationship was trust and honesty, so it was very valiant of him to give it up.

I'm just unpleased with the result.

This was coordinated so well that I'm really impressed.
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