|Reviews for Three Bells and Cockleshells|
| damsel-in-stress chapter 1 . 12/5/2008
A perfectly crafted tale, I love how you've kept the essence of PotC but turned it into your own story, which is different in so many ways.
I cannot express how i feel after reading this; i don't know how you did it. The whole story was pure emotion.
Beautiful. I can't get this story out of my mind.
| rainagain chapter 1 . 3/22/2008
Both this and Sole Unquiet Thing are amazing. You've turned me into a Norrington fan. Of course, my favorite part is when they're waiting on the deck, and I love how you brought Jack back.
| orpsgod chapter 1 . 1/4/2008
After I left my review for Sole Unquiet Things I saw this story. I would like to apply the review I left there for this as well. You have a fantastic talent and although I love an alive James this fills a bit of my need for James to find happiness since they chose to so misuse him in AWE. Please do write more fiction, and if it included a happy, or even a normally snarky, uptight, and stuffy James all the better! Thank you for providing such great reading!:)
| sphinx81 chapter 1 . 1/1/2008
I adore this line: "When the sailors opened his chest, they found no heart at all, just the biggest, richest pearl they'd ever seen-and they agreed he was all the happier for it." Yay, Jack's back!
Alright, I know I asked for a sequel to "Sole Unquiet Thing" a few minutes ago, but I didn't realize it was already written! This is beautiful like "Sole Unquiet Thing," if not better. So glad to finally see that James found his love the the completely deserving Anne. I think I might have even cried a bit. Lovely story!