|Reviews for Run, Girl Run!|
| The Layman chapter 4 . 8/3/2010
You know the old addage, 'From bad to worse"? Yeah, I think we're getting there...
| The Layman chapter 3 . 8/2/2010
Oh, I'd love to be there when Alucard rubs Anderson's weakness in his face.
Well, at least until Alucard rubs Anderson's weakness in his face...
| The Layman chapter 2 . 8/2/2010
OK, seriously, is it something she ate? Why is it that she's the only not affected by- *gasp!* Seras, did you get into Alucard's "special" cupboard?
| The Layman chapter 1 . 8/1/2010
Oh, boy, this can't be good...
| Hellsing's 2nd Nosferatu chapter 8 . 2/1/2010
funny story especially with integra
| OneValium chapter 8 . 11/14/2009
I really liked it, but here i a suggestion for your next story. Seras and Schrodinger. BEST Hellsing couple EVER! Okay, so yeah, realy good fic, I liked it alot, and keep on writing, mon capitain!
| OneValium chapter 1 . 11/14/2009
Hey, you said that the first chapter wasn't funny. I found it amusing, so I guess you were wrong, then, huh? So far, I like it! :-)
| BosBaBe chapter 8 . 10/13/2009
Hehehe! This was funny! The title was very apropriate! But one thing though...who was the red rose from? Oh I hope it's from Alucard! And thanks so much for making it a AxS story! I love that pairing! :D
| Lara chapter 8 . 10/3/2009
I loved this story. I was beautifully written.
This chapter was awesome! I wish Seras and Alucard could be togther without any problems, but problems are what makes a story good, so I can't complain. I look forward to reading more of your work. Until then...Alucard & Seras forever!
| Lion in the Land chapter 8 . 7/11/2009
You are a liar!
You told me that you weren't good with writing intimate moments! Liar. I realize that there weren't any multi-paragraph kisses or endless sparkling snow drifts...but let me draw your attention to these, YOUR words:
"Alucard sighed and used his lips to silence his stuttering fledgling. Seras didn't bother to protest. Instead she just closed her eyes and slightly parted her lips. Alucard kissed her deeply for a moment, then retracted his serpentine tongue back into his own mouth, raised his head and looked down at his trembling fledgling."
Yeah, right, I see you have a big problem writing tantalizing intimate moments. Liar. And I haven't even brought up that whole closet scene at Millennium! What you write is so much better than an actual lemon, because with a few words you give the flash of a provocative image and let your readers take it from there.
The most provocative phrase for me? - "One week later"
Ooh la la. I can do all kinds of things with that.
Thanks for the great story, you little liar. I believe the companion message to this will tell you how much I truly enjoyed it. Now my favorites list is going to make me look like a Metropolis Kid stalker.
| Lion in the Land chapter 7 . 7/11/2009
That was some good Schrodinger. You gave him such a perfect balance of innocence and perverseness. That was So cute with him nuzzling Seras's chest, "so soft." and very funny how Seras shrugged it off (because it was so much better than what everyone else was trying to do to her, and how could she get rid of him, anyhow?) and just sat there, continuing her research with cat boy on her lap, nuzzling her. That was a very nice detail when you had his little ears turn down as Rip brushed past him to the closet. But your stroke of genius was when he stared with wide eyes as she and the Captain began ravishing Seras, not "exactly sure what was going on, but he knew that he was enjoying the show."
Pip was also outstanding in this chapter, enjoying his research a little too much. “No reason we can't do both, Mignonette. No reason we can't do both.”
Of course Integra, a girl, is going to be the one to get all territorial and jealous about who Seras chooses. None of the guys seemed to care one way or the other, just as long as they got some.
I honestly don't know how I feel about Alucard being the one to get her. I guess I was kind of hoping she'd get out of it without giving in to anyone. But Alucard always knows best, doesn't he, and he knew in the end she'd come begging him to save her. So Alucard wins!
I'm glad to see there's an epilogue so we can see the aftermath.
P.S. Erm, yeah, guess I was channeling Integra earlier: “Oh, don't worry, child. You'll like what I'm going to do to you." Haha, I swear I did not read this before I sent that message.
| Lion in the Land chapter 6 . 7/10/2009
That was completely unexpected that Pip, of all people, would be the only one NOT after Seras. Kudos for your cleverness.
And you get extra points for using the word, 'konk.' That is a great word and just perfecto for Seras konking Integra in the head with heavy books.
That was so cute and funny when she was about to konk Pip, too, and said: “Hold still, Pip. This is for the best.” That one made me giggle.
Oh, I have one little grammatical thing to point out - the difference between affect and effect. Affect is a verb and effect is a noun, so that determines when you use each. I've noticed them switched around in a couple of places, but here's an example from this chapter: “Ahuh, but what I don't understand is why you don't seem to be effected.” It is a verb, so should have been affected. But then you did it correctly in the author's note at the end, so I dunno, maybe 'twas just a typo.
Another good chapter. This story is so fun. I am so very curious about how you're going to do Seras versus 'Millenium.'
| Lion in the Land chapter 5 . 7/10/2009
That was GREAT! You handled the Walter X Seras so perfectly! THAT's the Walter I loved before I learned about all this Dark Walter garbage.
He was so sweet thinking about how she might be blaming herself for what the Geese tried to do to her. And him fighting off his natural urges for her was so gentlemanly and English butlerish. I loved it! You portrayed his struggle so perfectly through his thoughts - him starting to slip off in a bad direction and then pulling himself back. That Walter is such a strong man in many ways.
You cracked me up with 'The Heretic's Guide to Bar Tending.' Who is Laurel Hamilton?
But Walter with a dreamy look on his face and his hand up Seras's skirt is just too, too funny. :D
That video you sent featuring Seras from the AMV was perfect to watch before reading this - it reinforced her cuteness and innocence. Her boobs, while still very respectable, are a lot smaller in the AMV than in the OVA.
And with that thought, I'll leave you and head into the next chapter. :)
| Lion in the Land chapter 4 . 7/9/2009
AH! Pip's lying in her coffin in nuthin but an eye patch! I LoL'd at that. So funny to picture Integra throwing open the coffin, expecting Seras and finding THAT!
What are the Wild Geese? I mean, I get that it's a group of men, but who are they exactly? Whoever they are, Seras's reaction upon seeing them was the best - “Oh come on”
I do love Alucard's smugness. Not bothering to lift a finger, confident his work will be done for him. I didn't mention this in the last chapter, but I like that Seras wasn't fighting him off. I mean, she was hesitant for sure, but if not for Integra showing up, she probably would've given in. Like you said, he's Dracula - who can resist him? And his plan is quite logical...
Also, with all the panting in this chapter, I can see where your breathing explanation was warrented.
Poor Seras. For how much longer can she run?
| Lion in the Land chapter 3 . 7/9/2009
Ooh, I like how you do Alucard and seduction. I gives me the shivahs. A on your use of that marvelous tongue of his. ;)
I thought it was very funny to see this story earn it's title with Seras running and running until she could figure out a plan to ditch her boss. I could just see her doing it with that cute little panicked and confused look on her face.
Your timing was perfect for explaining the whole 'heat' thing. If only I could've held off one more chapter before asking.
There's something I notice in a lot of fanfictions, including in this chapter and in my own writing, that I've been wondering about. The whole breathing thing. We all know vampires don't need to breathe, but there are times when we want them to suck in a breath or exhale or whatever, and it seems that fanfiction authors (like I said, even myself) feel the need to explain it every time. For example: "She inhaled suddenly from fright, even though her body didn't require the air." I'm starting to think that it's unnecessary to give that little disclaimer. If there's and obvious reason for inhaling - such as from fright, why bother explaining it further" I could just say, "She inhaled suddenly from fright." boom. done.
Or like in this chapter, you gave an explanation that Seras did still need to breathe. Was that necessary or just distracting? What do you think?
Fun chapter! I liked it a lot.