|Reviews for Without fear|
| Sarai chapter 1 . 1/18/2020
| JeanneZ84 chapter 1 . 7/10/2008
Such an enjoyable story.
There is truly lots of love and friendship there.
They always each worry bout the other one geting hurt or worse but finally Mark gets Hardcastle to realize you can't go on living your normal life to protect people you love.
I liked that part where Mark was using things to his advantage sorta speak when the judges mind was on other things and Mark trying to get Milt to agree to start working on the files again to start cases again and the part where Mark was saying to Milt you always wanted to see little green men from outer space and now you've became one sprouting green feelers.
I laughed when that was said then again when Hardcastle relized what he had just agreed to.
Just great the story.
I know its been up awhile but I have been writing and now I finally am taking a break from it for a while to catch up on these stories to read and review them.
| Jaz22 chapter 1 . 6/23/2008
Nice story! I enjoy anything where the guys have a heart to heart, and this certainly fills the bill. You did a great job of having them continue to tap dance around their emotions-yet those emotions are wonderfully clear to everyone around them. And you threw Frank in as a bonus-yea!
| Georgi1961 chapter 1 . 6/20/2008
I really liked this story! As much as I occasionally need a good angst fest, the subtle discussions between these characters are always golden. I especially liked the idea of a "technicality." Afterall, this is (arguably) what sent Mark to prison in the first place, and the theme has woven itself in and out of the series and aftermath. Definitely a fun read, thanks!
| e-pony chapter 1 . 6/20/2008
Self-revelation on the part of characters always makes an interesting basis for a story. After all, as human beings we are constantly driven into action by our emotions. But we only learn about ourselves when we take time to understand why we do what we do. Here both H and McC make a short journey of self-discovery.
Nice touch with the spinach throughout and the bit of humor at the end.
| L.M.Lewis chapter 1 . 6/20/2008
I like stories that forge links between episodes-producing, or pointing out, elements of continuity. I also like Mark's rather insightful and compelling reasoning in this one-that he very nearly became the victim of just the sort of unprovable murder that is the Lone Ranger's stock-in-trade for investigations, and this showed him, first-hand, how valuable Hardcastle's mission is.
And there's poor Frank getting stuck in the middle again, having to issue road maps to everyone.