|Reviews for Legacies|
| xXSourApplesXx chapter 4 . 10/25/2010
I wish I had a good friend like Holmes...
It was very sweet at the end. I especially like the part,"And as if by magic, Mrs Hudson had her two hungry lodgers [or sons] supper ready when we got in." Wonderfully done. Keep it up!
| Isis the Sphinx chapter 4 . 2/4/2010
Sometimes the bonds between friends are much closer than the bonds between family.
Wonderfully done. Do you think you could indicate that this is complete on the status bar though? I almost thought it wasn't when I saw it.
| reflekshun chapter 4 . 12/28/2009
Thank you for sharing this installment. It was well worth the wait! The end was so sweet.
| doctorjay chapter 3 . 12/11/2009
This is excellent! I am holding off reading the last chapter- your story is that good I don't want it to end. I can't wait to see what else you have written.
Tiny anachronistic quibbles: Tea bags were not invented until the 20th century and did not become widely used until after WWII. I also like the recycled smile metaphor, but I don't know if people of Holmes' era talked of recycling anything...
| MamzelleCombeferre chapter 4 . 12/8/2009
YOU'RE BACK! We don't really know each other, but I have been following this story. It is fantastic and I look forward to more from you. Well done.
| QueenOfHearts3 chapter 4 . 12/8/2009
that was... *slow smile* very well done. especially the end. absolutely love the note about Mrs Hudson and the implication that, while they both may have come from less than desirable biological backgrounds, Baker Street and the people therein are true family. its difficult to get fuzzy around these two and make it real, but you pull it off with astounding ability :D completely serious here. this was gorgeous. hope you never stop writing for them
| QueenOfHearts3 chapter 3 . 12/8/2009
aww... poor Watson. and Holmes being so loyal and sweet to his dearest friend *hugs both* i do so adore these characters, and theyre so great in your very capable hands. i just love all the little moments you included here. especially Holmes noting all the times Watson showed even a twinge of discomfort and knew that it was really tearing him up inside; that bit in Watson's old room was wonderful too (love your taste in books, man!); the way Holmes picked the window locks to avoid that "family" (i expected better of you, Charles! :( but maybe that will be explained too); and that last bit is breaking my heart, i swear. this better turn out all right in the end, or... or... oh, i dunno. i just hope our famous duo can put it back to good
| TheGallifreyanAtheist chapter 4 . 12/8/2009
really good and touching
| KCS chapter 4 . 12/8/2009
Now this piece of brilliance was well worth waiting for! I especially love Holmes's words there close to the end. Brilliant.
| Tristan-the-Dreamer chapter 4 . 12/7/2009
Dear me...Holmes's kind words at the end have tears on my face. But how lovely...
| shadowwolf chapter 3 . 9/22/2009
I like it. Keep it up.
| AstroKender chapter 3 . 9/20/2009
Ack! I've come to the end right before I was to find out everything. Please post the next chapter soon, so the suspense doesn't kill me.
| MamzelleCombeferre chapter 3 . 9/20/2009
YOU'RE BACK! AND PLEASE CONTINUE THIS STORY! It has been so long since you last posted that I had to go back and re-read chapter 2!
| Tristan-the-Dreamer chapter 3 . 9/20/2009
"He smiled at me and Watson, then reused his smile on David, which meant it was slightly weaker, like a recycled teabag." I gave a screaming laugh at this. Really, I'm glad I was alone while reading. XD
Poor Watson...aw. :(
| reflekshun chapter 3 . 9/20/2009
I really enjoyed this addition to the story. Thanks so very much for sharing.