|Reviews for A Thin Line|
| SNHfvr chapter 1 . 3/31/2015
Aww loved this story. Thanks again!
| ficwriterjet chapter 1 . 3/15/2011
I enjoyed seeing Edward and Jasper getting to know each other better, and finding things to bond over. Nice story.
| Cullen Cousin chapter 1 . 8/24/2010
Don't know how I missed this one! Loved how the 'brothers' were able to bond.
| Silene-Ashikawa chapter 1 . 6/15/2010
It's great! Brothers get along like brothers ;D And when Jasper said 'she was wearing a skirt' I laugh so hard XDDD
By the way, it's kinda weird just for me that Edward as a boy have such look on sex? :P But it's totally like he is, don't misunderstood me that I'm saying the character of him is not a cured, it is, I mean author made him this 100 yeas old virgin and it's kinda... for a boy... I understand girls, but boy? Oo"
Maybe you would do another sequel for that story? 3
| Book-AddictFF chapter 1 . 6/10/2010
keep up the good work._
| TwilightGuru09 chapter 1 . 2/14/2010
I really loved this story. It sets the precedent for the interaction of the boys in my story Primal Nature. Chheck it out when you get a chance. I feel the relationship may have started here and it gets emphasized in their light-hearted banter in my story. Would love your opinion.
| whitwit chapter 1 . 11/11/2009
Aww..what a great ending to this terrific story! :D
| The Alpha Wolf chapter 1 . 10/8/2009
Sorry I haven't reviewed this yet I'm a bad wolf. Anay way this was incredible. I loved the chat between Edward and Jasper. It felt very real like I was listening to real brothers talk.
I think you pegged both Edward and Jasper. Of course the end was really amusing. Poor Edward had his mind inveaded with what Alice had in mind for her and Jasper. Apparently for her Jasper had healed enough. LOL Excellent story as usual.
| realistjoker chapter 1 . 10/7/2009
| Sachita chapter 1 . 10/5/2009
A nice one. Well-done, I liked it a lot.
| Cullen-Black chapter 1 . 9/30/2009
This was an amazing sequel to an already awesome prequel. Jasper's reaction and his still slight confusion over being part of the family and their love for him was well handled by Edward for the most part. I was glad that they, although teetering on the love hate line, were able to step past being housemates and become brothers. Again, I loved this and can't wait for the next story from you :D.
| I Killed the Dinosaurs chapter 1 . 9/29/2009
Loved it. Completely family-tabulous (ok, that was lame...Im ashamed...)
| BrandSpankingNew chapter 1 . 9/24/2009
I really liked this. It was surprisingly deep and well researched for a fan fiction, something that I always find pleasing. And I thought it was very authentic too, in the ways the boys interacted-not too mushy, but tender enough to make the fangirl in me go "Ahh. Cute." So, yeah. Good job. Please write more.
| jedit16 chapter 1 . 9/24/2009
You did a good job getting inside Jasper's head, with his struggle to reconcile his vampire instincts with his peaceful new family. He should learn to trust Alice - of course she'd never leave him alone without having an ulterior motive :D
I think if Carlisle was listening to the conversation between the brothers, he'd have been pleased to hear them opening up to each other about their fears, even if that meant a few tense moments on both sides. It sounds like Edward put Carlisle through the wringer during their first decade together. It's a wonder he was ever brave enough to take on more vampire 'kids'.
| annsteph chapter 1 . 9/23/2009
All good things come to those who wait. It did come in the form of a perfect story. Great sequel to "Love Will Lead You Back". Very appropriate title since there is "A Thin Line" between love and hate. The words paint the picture quite nicely how the beginnings of Jasper and Edward's relationship starts to evolve. They probably had a lot more in common than either of them were willing to admit up until the talk. Story telling from the family point-of-view is so much more enjoyable. You bring the Cullens life and you always leave your audience wanting more and that seems to be the work of a true author like you. Thanks!