|Reviews for Her Prince|
| ThorHammer17 chapter 1 . 7/5/2009
Fluff is the shizznit. Thanks for some 2:51 AM fluff. It really is helping me get sleepy. It'll happen here eventually...
Good descriptions. Not edited perfectly, but it wasn't distracting. And it was FLUFFY!
| A Morning Star chapter 1 . 6/22/2009
Yeah. It was cute. I always like the romanticized Isaac, not purely in romance, the embellishment of him, you know what I mean?
Like the characterization.
| Raven the Ravenous chapter 1 . 4/2/2008
Hahaha, I read this with a song playing. Hope that didn't spoil the fic itself. ; I really do love this pairing. It just...feels right to me. But this is really great. :D Fluff? Aah, we all need a lil' fluff in our lives. The poem was great too. :)
| somethingborrowed3 chapter 1 . 3/26/2008
That was some good poetry. I wish I could do that - I'm completely hopeless at poetry (and capturing fluffiness like the kind in this story)
I think I read this before a long time ago...? I think you deserve another review for this, since you only had 4.
Anyways, I suggest you put a "-" line or dash between the story and the Author's Notes to distinguish the difference (since I just keep on reading and begin to wonder who said "Fluffy, no?"
Once again, good job!
| Kaseii chapter 1 . 1/23/2008
Omg Valeshipping! It's been so long since I've read a good Valeshipping fic. I loved this so much! You did a spectacular job of keeping them both in-character (Isaac is hard since he doesn't talk for the entirety of the first game.)
Anyway, yeah, I really enjoyed this. FIVE STARS! -
| Sacred Pen chapter 1 . 11/25/2007
Hm this is story was pretty awesome good job!
| King Phillip II de Lafayette chapter 1 . 11/5/2007
Britain alone remained outside Napoleon's European empire. With only a small army, Britain relied on its sea power to stop Napoleon's drive to rule the continent. In 1805, Napoleon prepared to invade England. But at the Battle of Trafalgar, fought off the southwest coast of Spain, British admiral Horatio Nelson smashed a French fleet. With an invasion ruled out, Napoleon struck at Britain's lifeblood, its commerce. He waged economic warfare through the Continental System, which closed European ports to British goods. Britain responded with its own blockade of European ports. A blockade involves shutting off ports to keep people or supplies from moving in or out. During their long struggle, both Britain and France seized neutral ships suspected of trading with the other side. British attacks on American ships sparked anger in the United States and eventually triggered the War of 1812. In the end, Napoleon's Continental System failed to bring Britain to its knees. Although British exports declined, its powerful navy kept open vital trade routes to the Americas and India. Meanwhile, trade restrictions created a scarcity of goods in Europe, sent prices soaring, and intensified resentment against French power.
I think your story was...
Japan ruled Korea for 35 years. Like western imperialists, the Japanese set out to modernize their newly acquired territory. They built factories, railroads, and communications systems. Development, however, generally benefited Japan. Under Japanese rule, Koreans produced more rice than ever before, but most of it went to Japan. The Japanese were as unpopular in Korea as western imperialists were elsewhere. They imposed harsh rule on their colony and deliberately set out to erase the Korean language and identity. Repression bred resentment. And resentment, in turn, nourished a Korean nationalist movement. Nine years after annexation, a nonviolent protest against the Japanese began on March 1, 1919, and soon spread through Korea. The Japanese crushed the uprising and massacred many Koreans. The violence did not discourage people who worked to end Japanese rule. Instead, the March First Movement became a rallying symbol for Korean nationalists.
| TheDreamQuill chapter 1 . 11/5/2007
Well, it wasn't as fluffy as I had thought it would be. . Fairly well. No cheesiness, after all. cough BUT, as I have promised I would do...
OH MY BLOODY GOSH. YOU ARE SUCH A FLUFFY WOMAN. T.T THE WHOLE PLOT WITH ZE CRYING AND ZE READING AND ZE RUNNING. faints THE FLUFFINESS OF ALL OF THIS. OH LORD. SAVE ME. runs in panic and hits a wall
I like the plot.
...even if I don't know who the bloody hell the characters are.
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