|Reviews for By Royal Decree|
| Monsters of NY chapter 3 . 7/18/2016
Morgan's introduction, I think! Re-reading it now, I see that if I felt that you had been inconsistent in her description, it is entirely because I was not paying enough attention. Right there at the beginning is her being described as dark-skinned. And hooray for that!
Still, this is only a tiny part of what is what is generally a very enjoyable romp, if you can call a chapter taking place entirely in a library a romp. Nevertheless, it's the most fun I've had with taxes...well, possibly ever.
| Rae chapter 5 . 7/10/2016
I appreciate how truly animal like the beasts are. They are not little humans in furry bodies, they are animals, with every thing that accompanies that description.
| Whyhow chapter 7 . 7/19/2015
I honestly can't tell how much of this is supposed to be romance or something similar. The basic ideas and plotline would seem that way (at least potentially), but the values dissonance and especially the language keep throwing me off. The writing style is very amusing, even though I can't tell which princess is which.
| kickbuttowskiyea chapter 1 . 12/20/2014
Oh I love it! The pace is so fresh and amusing, you have to know that I smiled the whole time reading the first chapter, and I's not due to the comedy. The conversations and narator, it felt really like edmund and hir sibling's daily life. Thank you for sharing your talent, I hope you won't stop writing, have a nice day!
| euphoenix chapter 7 . 9/7/2014
-sorry, accidentally tap the post button- so i was saying I could not imagine on how that encounter supposed to happen. And I demand you wrote a very descriptive fiction of Peter and the Silver Birch Dryad aforementioned encounter, if you haven't already done it. With that I'm going to check you page for the possibility of thus fiction. Write more, you are awesome!
| euphoenix chapter 8 . 9/7/2014
It was truly one of the most well written piece I've ever read. To say it expanded my vocabulary big time was an understatement. English is not my first language and while I'm able to read Harry Potter without any difficulty, I cannot say the same for your story. It was difficult yes, but I'd be lying If I say I didn't enjoy every bit of it. I truly wish one day I would be able to write like you. Great descriptive setences, never boring choice of words, and lets not forget on how classy you describe Edmund imagination, clotted cream and all, and Peter's encounter with the dryad. I'm sorry for being ignorant but, I've never read Narnia before, and I doubt it would cover Human and Dryad sexual relation possibility,
| Trebleclef2 chapter 8 . 6/25/2014
Loved this story so much! Morgan is pure gold and coincidentally, I am squinting at the text through puffed up eyes as my dad cuts the hay outside... I empathise, Ed and Morgan, I empathise! Have finished The Stone Gryphon Part 1 also, and I can't wait to red more! I especially love your characterisation of the Pevensies, in both worlds, and the obvious amount of research and work that goes into your works. I learn something new every chapter :-). Thanks for sharing!
| Bubbles of Colours chapter 8 . 5/28/2014
As you can see, I'm already here! I really like Morgan, she seems really interesting. I've read of her in AW, so I already know she'll end up with Edmund and I look forward to read about their relationship in Harold and Morgan: not a romance.
I hope you're great!
| purple sky always chapter 8 . 2/25/2014
Very funny read. I especially enjoyed the corset debate.
| Susan M. M chapter 5 . 12/18/2013
Four otters, three oranges, no clotted cream.
| Susan M. M chapter 4 . 12/17/2013
I personally would rate this chapter M, but I've read enough of your work to know what otters are like. You did give fair warning, after all. Nor does this website permit authors to mark one chapter a different rating from the rest of the story, which is a pity.
| Susan M. M chapter 3 . 12/17/2013
Aha! So THIS is the Morgan mentioned in the other stories. I quite like Teddy. I sympathize with Harah for Edmund being so unable to properly describe the banker. And yes, 'tis quite clear you wrote this on or near 15 April.
| Susan M. M chapter 2 . 12/17/2013
A week on the road with Dwarfs, mud, and no princesses ... whilst leaving Edmund and Susan to deal with taxes and corsets. RHIP.
| Guest chapter 1 . 12/5/2013
hhahahahahha tht was sooo funny.
You are an AMAZING writer.
| Saoirse7 chapter 8 . 11/20/2013
And so the stage is set for your other Narnian romance. This was rather entertaining! Edmund's internal imagination/intellect battle was quite funny. :)