Reviews for Gravestone Shadows
RagnarIsStillCrazy chapter 2 . 12/9/2011
Holmes can be very protective of Watson.
RagnarIsStillCrazy chapter 1 . 12/9/2011
Hang in there, Holmes.
Mysterylover17 chapter 2 . 12/26/2009
Brilliant! Thought provoking and sad. But beautifully written.
Monty Twain chapter 2 . 7/24/2009
That was darling... Oh poor old HOlmes, poor old Watson... I love that they love each other.
Pompey chapter 2 . 7/21/2009
Ohh. Sweetness in between the gentle bickering!
reflekshun chapter 2 . 7/19/2009
I love the comraderie in this story. Can't wait for you to post more. Thanks for sharing.
KCS chapter 2 . 7/18/2009
*shivers* I had to wait to review this, because reading the first chapter kind of freaked me out, in a good scary kind of way. Reading it in drabble form is one thing but that story, all of them put together, was no less than gut-twisting. And it hit too close to home for me, because my first week of my freshman year of college my church visitation partner was hit by a van in Chicago, right in front of me. She's fine now, but it could have been a close thing and really traumatized me for months (I still am afraid to cross busy streets, I admit) - and so I had to wait a while on this one to review. You're so wonderfully vivid, you know.

That being said, I was glad to read this second chapter. Even though it was a little thought-provokingly sad, the tone overall was sweet to compensate. Holmes was no less than adorable, with the cigarette ash - love that bit of dialogue in particular, btw, for some reason - and the ending. Sometimes the only way to banish a ghost is with a tangible presence, and you showed that clearly here.

Thoughtful and somber, but with light touches here and there - I love that. Wonderful addendum to a heartwrenching drabble series.
medcat chapter 2 . 7/18/2009
This is very good! I'm glad you decided to expand the bit from your 100 bees. This line was brilliant:

“I plan on keeping my body and soul together for quite a while yet,” I said, gently prying the cigarette from his hand and laying it on the side table. “If you wish to do the same, you’ll stop this constant smoking."

Looking forward to more,

Cat