|Reviews for Insignificances|
| Trevor X chapter 1 . 11/27/2009
No! You showered them with slivers! Horrors!
*Is shot for overuse of exclaimation points*
You're too good at defining these shining moments betwixt this pairing. _
[Her hair was falling out of its clasp, and it hung in her face and down her back in long, wet waves, curling as it clung to her neck. For a fraction of a second, he thought that she had died, looking as stunning as he’d ever seen her, for only Lady Lyndis could look beautiful with mud streaked across her pale cheeks and the telltale signs of a burn marring the fingers of her left hand.] - Love how Kent manages to take in all those details, despite being facefirst in the dirt. And we all know that he's biased, too!
| Qieru chapter 1 . 11/5/2009
D'aw. What a sweet moment Cute and short, but full of meaning, just like the moment captured within. x3
The shared looks, thoughts, and hopes are just so charming. c
And then this. [The trembling of her cracked lips gave him breath again, and when she opened her eyes, he was there, as he always was and—he hoped—always would be.] While I am unsure how she could have cracked lips through constant drizzling, the line is very sweet, very telling. It conveys so much in such a very little space.
| jordan114725 chapter 1 . 10/25/2009
Great story, really nicely written