|Reviews for Calverville Point, South Dakota|
| S.R.Olsen chapter 35 . 10/1/2016
This story was just perfect. The way you wrote the character interactions was amazing, I could almost picture this story happening. Thank you so much for this wonderful tale!
| Rehabilitated Sith chapter 28 . 5/1/2016
Not sure riling him up that much is advisable...
| Rehabilitated Sith chapter 8 . 4/29/2016
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| QueenZenobia chapter 35 . 4/4/2016
This story is awesome! Thank you so much! I know you have like a million reviews but I couldn't enjoy it so thoroughly and not say anything. What a gifted writer you are!
| multipazz chapter 16 . 5/17/2015
Love the story and the characterizations (I don't even watch the show!).
Looking forward to the rest of the story.
A great read. Thank-you.
| nicene27 chapter 25 . 5/17/2015
Great chapter, as always.
So, I've been suspicious of Katie from the police force for a while now, mainly because two things about her didn't seem to settle right: (1) that she seemed almost too smooth in her approach towards Reid, and (2) that Emily noted that she'd not seen Katie at the late night/early morning raid, and yet she was dressed as though she *had* been there, suggesting that something's off about her when it comes to reality and appearances. Or maybe I'm reading too much into these minor details. Honestly, I mostly hope I'm wrong in my reading of her character just because you know this kind of deception would *shatter* what's left of poor Reid's confidence, and I do think the boy deserves a chance at happiness.
But, as with Hotch, something about Morgan's words tugged at these little, buried uncertainties in my subconscious, and I have to agree with his assertion that an FBI agent would make a helluva trophy for that sick male-female pair of UnSubs. I just hope Reid doesn't become that trophy.
| nicene27 chapter 23 . 5/17/2015
So relieved for both the girls. Now that they have Baker, all they have left (I think) is to find Wells and the male-female UnSubs abducting men. It's still a tall order, but at least that makes it one less murderer to worry about.
| Guest chapter 22 . 5/17/2015
Stunning line: "And for that he would mourn in private, in the early hours before dawn when he awoke with the dreams dealing with the sights and smells his conscious couldn't understand."
And Sophie is one tough survivor. I'm glad there's a character like her, who refuses to be a victim, included.
| nicene27 chapter 21 . 5/17/2015
I'd say the experiment in formatting for this chapter was a success :)
| nicene27 chapter 20 . 5/17/2015
My favorite chapter so far, just terrific :)
| nicene27 chapter 19 . 5/17/2015
Seems an interrogation awaits...
| nicene27 chapter 18 . 5/17/2015
Hotch can be so frustrating at times! Though I do believe that it's in character for him to be putting up the same old boundaries at this point in their will-they-won't-they exchange. Of the two of them, I can certainly see him having the harder time of letting go of professional and personal expectations.
| nicene27 chapter 17 . 5/17/2015
Poor Sophie, though I figured that something like this would happen to her.
The tension is really building in this case now, and I'm excited/anxious to read what'll happen next.
| nicene27 chapter 14 . 5/17/2015
Edmund Baker. Definitely Edmund Baker.
I don't know how exactly Wells fits into these crimes, but I'm still betting most of my money on Baker. I trust no one who could so casually say "oh, shucks" while having a gun pointed at them. It's just unnatural.