|Reviews for A Seaside Evening|
| Glory Bee chapter 1 . 11/22/2011
I have read this twice now and still love it.:) Its tender and romantic and it makes me happy to see them falling in love. My only regret is that you did not continue their story for many more chapters.
| trecebo chapter 1 . 10/29/2008
One cannot always trust theirs eyes,
The heart must be the guide.
For masks and walls, we hide inside,
Protecting our dear heart.
Take a chance,
Be brave, be free,
And let eyes truly see,
What the heart has in store,
How life can truly be.
| nicraydoi chapter 1 . 9/19/2008
one of the best "eomer and lothiriel confess their love" moment i've read so far... beautiful!
| Medea Smyke chapter 1 . 6/17/2008
Aw, that was sweet!
| Fishy Rainboots chapter 1 . 3/28/2008
Great job. I loved the bit about sea treasures at the end.
| Tatharwen Took chapter 1 . 3/2/2008
Wow! That was beautiful...I'm really liking these Eomer/Lothiriel fics. :-) Your characters are realistic- their hopes, their thoughts, their actions- and yet keep that glittering, otherworldly feel I felt like Tolkien's characters had... lovely. I especially loved the bits from Eomer's pov. ;-) Keep writing!
| Lialathuveril chapter 1 . 3/1/2008
Very sweet! I remember the meeting in the courtyard, it's so nice that you've thought of a continuation. I really liked that last line of Lothiriel's! Sea treasures indeed.
Happy belated birthday!
| wondereye chapter 1 . 2/27/2008
I liked the awkwardness of Eomer to Lothriel. It felt
| Lady Bluejay chapter 1 . 2/26/2008
How lovely. What an original idea. Like Deandra - I loved the 'yellow'
I couldn't find 'Confessions' to read - but it may be me.
Keep writing. LBJ
| Deandra chapter 1 . 2/25/2008
So delightful! Both the main story and the story-within-the-story. I particularly liked: “He is so very big and… yellow.” *snicker* Yellow, indeed! But that is likely what a child would see if they did not know him, and she quickly warmed to him when he approached her on her level.
I have been a fisherman for the rest of my life, with the daughter of the Prince’s cook for my beautiful wife. - this confused me a little. Was Cellin the daughter of another cook, and then took her mother's place as cook for Imrahil (or worked alongside her)? I had gotten the impression that she was THE cook, but then that line suggested she was the daughter of the cook instead.
Being a king, one must the put his own land’s best interests into consideration as well. - you've got an extraneous word in there ("the" - as in "one must the put...")
Will have to take time to go through your other stories to see what I've missed. And despite your vagueness, I found "Confessions" buried in your drabbles! I was beginning to think you had removed it, but then decided to look in there. (And those are very charming also. I got quite the chuckle of poor Faramir eating the breakfast his daughter made for him, and her delight that her brother had screamed at the frogs in his bed.)
| serenemiss chapter 1 . 2/25/2008
Very sweet! Enjoyed it very much :)