|Reviews for Exhilarating|
| Cerasi J chapter 1 . 2/1/2011
| BandBfan chapter 1 . 8/24/2010
Just started to read through your work and this amazing little piece of absolute B&B bliss was the first one I read.
...Just WOW, this was so perfect in carrying the scene through to what should have been the natural ending.
The words and flow of emotions were very palpable for me. This story told me that you really get them and their voices.
This is definitely going on my favorites. You are very talented writer and that you can find the time to do this with three kids at home simply amazes me. I have two kids and I am at home as well, , is my sanity and connection to the outside world!
Thanks again for sharing your wonderful talent with us,
| RowdyRomantic chapter 1 . 8/1/2010
| Brenth204 chapter 1 . 7/28/2010
Wow. This was not only touching, but very powerful. I loved it! A great continuation of one of my favorite Bones episodes. The sentences in bold just added to the effect- very good.
| 2BBornot2BB chapter 1 . 2/28/2010
Really sweet - well done! Perfect endng for a great eppy. :D
| VirginiaTin chapter 1 . 1/10/2010
Well written, lovely and sweet. I love it.
| JadedOne47 chapter 1 . 9/14/2009
LOVED IT LOVED IT LOVED IT!
Totally awesome... I've not even seen the ep yet (waiting for the DVD's... lol)... but LOVED IT!
| cmf227 chapter 1 . 7/18/2009
So I went to your profile after I immensely enjoyed the fic I read yesterday. I love this one as well! You are a great writer, and I believe firmly that nothing will ever happen like this between the two of them without some kind of 'Brennan logical argument/rationalization' before it. So this was extremely well-written, and needed to be done.. I just loved that episode (who wouldn't?). I'm probably going to read and review the rest of your fics now, please don't be surprised if you see reviews pop up from me for the rest of the weekend. Thanks for this!
| DaLiza chapter 1 . 6/6/2009
This is EXACTLY what should have happened at the end of the episode! Loved the tenderness throughout the story, and the last line has me grinning like an idiot. Brilliant!
| WhiteRose621 chapter 1 . 5/4/2009
So sweet. Wish this could have happened.
| duskbutterfly chapter 1 . 4/19/2009
I'm having trouble doing more than smiling goofily at the screen, this is great!
| Ashley055 chapter 1 . 4/17/2009
Gah! Beautiful. This was definitely one of my favourite episodes this season - next, I'd say, only to Con Man in the Meth Lab and Mayhem on the Cross. Anyway. Yes, it's me again. And have I mentioned it's exam time - aka, sacrifice sleep, showers and sometimes food in the interest of studying NON-STOP with no distractions time? You, my fanfic friend, are a distraction. And I'd like to thank you for it. :)
| mrsclaymation chapter 1 . 3/23/2009
I can't believe I missed this story - it's amazing! I loved this episode and this would have been so lovely to see on the show. Your story is very in character and is just wonderful.
| Polly83 chapter 1 . 3/23/2009
I loved this story as well. They are so cute...
| bearlee-there chapter 1 . 3/21/2009
I don't know why I didn't see this when it was first published but you have certainly captured exactly and precisely what I was feeling - what I wantd - after I saw this epi. The style of this is so well done. I absolutely loved the one-line declarations. It set up the following paragraphs perfectly.
So many lovely sentiments expressed so wonderfully. Here are a few of my favorites:
Booth considered himself to be a man's man, complete with gun, badge, and an attitude to match. He could take down a suspect, garner a confession, and protect his loved ones with a fierceness that truly knew no real boundaries. Yet here he was, confronted with the trembling but determined words of this slip of a woman, and he was undone.
A realization was dawning on her, coming up behind her like a thief, so as not to draw her attention until it was too late.
He told her without words that she could do this, that he welcomed it, even though he could feel his heart coiled in his chest like a racehorse waiting for the gate to be flung open. If he didn't die from the sheer shock of the words that were surely going to come from her mouth next, then he would fling himself forward, leaning into the race, ready to run full out in hopes of claiming the prize.
Then this line brought tears to my eyes for its poignancy:
He was a condemned man and this was his last supper, a feast of rich proportions. How could he possibly survive such agonizing sweetness?
You ended it on just the right note of light-heartedness. So B/B.
Thank you so much for posting.