|Reviews for Arc of the Wolf: Distant Horizons|
| ZenaraTheDragon chapter 9 . 6/1/2013
This just made me smile.
That is all. :)
| ZenaraTheDragon chapter 7 . 6/1/2013
:( Scotty... Don't be sad. You end up on the best ship in the Fleet...
You have a way or writing emotional pieces that is extraordinary. I commend you.
I need happiness now... But I shall continue reading because this is amazingly written and is about my favorite character!
| ZenaraTheDragon chapter 6 . 6/1/2013
Well, that's a quite intriguing little story there. Very well-written! And Scotty being a genuis kid? Yeah. I approve. :D
| ZenaraTheDragon chapter 4 . 6/1/2013
Interesting piece. I like the almost stream-of-consciousness writing of it, and while the non-explaning thing irks me a bit, I don't think ot needs explanation. (I kind of got the image that he has some kind of injury? But then nah... I dunno)
It's very well-done, I did like it :)
| ZenaraTheDragon chapter 2 . 6/1/2013
Oh wow. I just found this... An entire Scotty-centric series... I'm in some form of heaven... I'll read it all when it isn't midnight :) Then again, I may read it all now anyways!
| Window Girl chapter 6 . 7/6/2009
Aww, how sweet. I liked how you worked in Jay being Scott's biological father and all the emotions tangled up in that.
| Window Girl chapter 5 . 7/6/2009
I like this story. Scotty isn't one of my favorite characters, but you make him interesting. Jay is an interesting character too.
| Window Girl chapter 3 . 7/6/2009
Yep, that's Leonard McCoy: polite until you get on his nerves.
| Window Girl chapter 2 . 7/6/2009
Aww, poor Scotty misses his mummy when she goes away. I like your characterization of him. It does seem like Montgomery Scott would be obsessed with fixing things, even at the age of six.
| VERENNA chapter 2 . 6/23/2009
"he was, if anything, the least favorite crayon in the proverbial box in these situations. You don't hate the crayon, you just ignore it." Wow, you have a way to put in words the reality of a childs life...
" He didn't realize that he had edged over until he practically had his head against her side, and then she rested a hand on his shoulder and he hoped, even though he knew better, that maybe this time she wouldn't go."
"And she would still be frowning when she left, if he cried, and it would be awhile before she had that proud voice again."
:poor Scotty! I want to hug him!:
"He gave her his best smile back.
She never saw that it didn't reach his eyes."
Steff, its fact. You broke my heart, woman. In pieces.
I want to hug and kiss my crayons...