|Reviews for ORCHIDS AND FIRE|
| mlh0351 chapter 11 . 2m
I love this story. I always like sequels and hope you do one sometime.
| 2human chapter 11 . 8/1
The ending was gay but the rest was DA BES! 3
| Guest chapter 1 . 7/24
Read this story recently and i agree with you dc should have the guts to change the status quo instead of making superman faithful to his dead wife even in kingdom come story he mourned lois for what 20 years and now 10 years later dc finally changed the relationship and made sm/ww canon and getting more readers for their comics than superman comics and dc would be stupid if they ever break up this couple and will lose readership. And now they trying to make another elseworld story about clark & lois by copying spiderman storyline but forget that that ship is already sunk during convergence
| Guest chapter 11 . 7/17
Lovely very romantic
| Destined627 chapter 11 . 7/14
Wow bravo! Read this story and must say it's definitely an instant fave on SuperWonder. You did something the comics could never do and made sense out of that tomfoolery take of them in Asgard. That was one of the few times I wanted to slap the dog sh*t out of Kal with his pissing and moaning about the basicness that is Lois. And speaking of Lois, I wish somebody would give her the business already. She's such a woman child and b*tch! Man I wanted Di to go there just once and read her for filth, but it's not her style. Wouldn't be no BS with Donna though. Lois you are the lessor boo and it's time you know that in comparison to Diana. Clark probably pitied her more than anything putting up with her crap all those years. I honestly think Di handle everything as well as can be initially. All of this was unplanned and per usual she was selfless and put others before her. Was it perfect? No, but it was just at the time. Lara is just beautiful and wonderful. And SuperWonder is the ultimate power couple of PERFECTION. They were always a matter of time to me in the comics because it makes sense. Their love is beautiful and inspiring just like this story. Well done! Keep writing please!
| Misyel chapter 11 . 5/31
God... For my sakeness.. huaa...
this is so sweeeettt...
gonna die because maybe half population wanna have that kind of man...
masculine, wise, kind, humble, have respect among others, etc...
uhh... you make me jealous somehow...
| supereman chapter 10 . 4/14/2014
It was fitting to see Clark and Diana go back to the place that started it all Asgard, and cool to witness Lara use her flight power sort of for the first time.
| supereman chapter 9 . 4/14/2014
Diana's meeting with Lois went about as well as it could've gone, all things considered.
| supereman chapter 8 . 4/5/2014
I wonder if Lois was secretly seeing Richard White while she and Clark were having marital problems? As for Bruce who the hell is he, even if Clark and Diana had done what he thought, to pass judgement like that especially after all the shady things he's done in his life.
| supereman chapter 7 . 4/5/2014
That was special moment when Clark meets his daughter Lara for the first time.
| supereman chapter 6 . 4/5/2014
Looks like Clark finally got his memories back. On a side note, I really would like to hear more about the great butt and thighs from that cosmopolitan.
| BoredGirl17 chapter 11 . 4/1/2014
Lovely story. It was perfect for my inner fan girl! I was shocked that Diana could be expecting. Then Bruce finding out. Then Lois and Clark having marriage problems. Clark finding out about everything. It made me wonder what would of happen if Diana didn't ask to take away their memories. I would love to see this play out as a movie.
| supereman chapter 5 . 3/31/2014
Wow this quite a chapter! I should've known Bruce would seek out Diana eventually and jump to conclusions, he lucky he didn't get his ass whipped for those comments! Also, I've always liked the name Lara for a daughter of Clark and Diana.
| supereman chapter 4 . 3/31/2014
Bruce, more often then not, can be a little too hard on his friends.
| supereman chapter 3 . 3/31/2014
J'onn's powers can sometimes pry too deeply into people's personal lives.