|Reviews for Complications|
| abfirechick chapter 1 . 8/25/2012
This would be Mark's luck! Poor thing, those just attract the bad guys, huh?
| Jaz22 chapter 1 . 11/22/2008
Things are just never easy for this guy, are they? My husband went to the oral surgeon on Friday, and it wasn't nearly as bad.
I can always count on you for great dialogue, and this story is no exception. Mark's reticence about dentistry is matched only by his desire not to discuss his reticence about dentistry, though his brave front isn't up to Hardcastle's intuition. At least he won the bet by default.
Thanks for another fun read. Now I think I need to go floss...
| smithcrafter chapter 1 . 11/22/2008
| JeanneZ84 chapter 1 . 11/21/2008
Wow!Even getting problems with your teeth leads to some type of trouble for these guys.
Poor Mark was so nervous about going to the dentist then finding out he needed oral surgery to get those teeth out really did it for him.
Then nobody believes him at first when he finally comes to after the surgery and he over hears that woman getting warned by some man about her going to prison.
This story was excellent and I truly understand how Mark feels about having to go to the can be scary.
I just love this stories so much.
I cant wait to read more stories.
| owlcroft chapter 1 . 11/21/2008
This one starts right off with lots of verisimilitude - the pain disappearing in the office, telling the assistant "what she wanted to hear", the only problem with anesthesia being "not enough". And then we segue almost immediately to a cracking good plot, with lots of great dialogue. As a nurse, the judge turns out to be a cross between Florence Nightingale and Doc Holliday, and as a patient, McCormick is sympathetic but smile-inducing.
For some reason, my favorite line is: “You’re both crazy,” Frank said. “I’m coming over there.” It just seems to sum everything up. But the last line itself is a close second! Thanks for another great read and another weave of inferiority!