|Reviews for WP|
| Tecwyn chapter 28 . 12/8/2018
The blurb didn't excite me,but I am so glad I took the plunge and read it. A wonderful story that pulled on my you
| Guest chapter 28 . 7/7/2018
amazing. hope you'll come back with more someday.
| Leonora Chris chapter 28 . 10/2/2017
One of my personal all time favorites in this fandom. Doesn't get old or boring even with time.
| T. Dunn chapter 28 . 9/30/2017
Another great story that kept me at my computer for far longer than I should have.
Thank you for sharing this story.
| Anjion chapter 28 . 9/27/2016
Woohoo! I'm just hoping that Ramon doesn't end up a baddie; I kinda liked him. Anyway, another great story! Jim MacDonald is clearly just another word for trouble...
| Starfishyeti chapter 27 . 3/22/2014
I'm going to throw your words back at you here:
"Obviously, I've left some openings for a sequel – Ramon Jimenez is in Mexico, but is still at large, and I've given Jim MacDonald reason to hate Don, Charlie and Amita."
So…. I'm waiting. I've been patient. I've re-read the story a number of times so I'll be up to speed when the sequel happens. I'm holding my breath. And…
| Fractal Moonshine chapter 28 . 12/28/2012
This was a great story and a great ending!
| Fractal Moonshine chapter 16 . 12/28/2012
This has more depth than the show, because you're giving us a lot more info on the bad guys and their motivations and the tensions between them.
| Fractal Moonshine chapter 14 . 12/28/2012
Good to see Amita back!
| Fractal Moonshine chapter 8 . 12/28/2012
"I told you-,
"It didn't mean anything-,"
"Bullshit – now they're gonna have to-,"
"You know, I came to you for advice-,"
"- stick you in witness protection-,"
"- and this is what I get instead!"
Don's and Charlie's argument sounds right in character.
| Fractal Moonshine chapter 4 . 12/28/2012
I love your Larry. Also appreciate the way you describe Don's conflict, that he's not aware of himself (thinking of chapter 2).
| Fractal Moonshine chapter 2 . 12/28/2012
" that he would land in Los Angles to find that time had passed him by – that he was someone who no longer belonged there, who no longer fit."
I've been putting off starting a lot of your longer stories, because they are so long, and so absorbing. I'm drawn in here to the world you've created, and the richness of the characters, things like the details of Chrismakkuh with the Eppes.
| Guest chapter 28 . 8/26/2012
So, first off, I'd just like to say that I'm pretty sure I've read almost all of your stories, and I think they're all fantastic! Your characterization is spot on, and you really know how to come up with original yet plausible storylines. I'm drawn into each of your stories from the very start, and on the edge of my seat until the final chapter. So thank you for writing such wonderful, well-written stories!
As for this particular story ... well, I loved it :). You really had my emotions all over the place! I was so excited with Charlie got out of witness protection, and horrified when he was taken captive. You made the moments all seem so real, and I could almost identify with the characters because you wrote everything so vivdly. I love the thought of Don as a father, and Charlie as an uncle is just adorable. The ending was perfect as well, how you brought it all back to the very beginning that had us all falling in love with the show :)
I apologize for not being very specific, but I truthfully enjoyed every aspect of this story. Thank you for writing it, and sharing it with the rest of us! :)
| nessy22 chapter 28 . 7/15/2011
Another great story from you! I know I'm late, but it's never too late to thank you for this, isn't it? Next to your exellent storytelling (very insightful) I enjoied the relationship of Don and Robin very much. I'd liked to see them married and having children in the show, but it never happend. So I was really glad and was sadisfied to read it. Thank you again!
| BeTrueToThyself chapter 28 . 8/2/2010
Aw, what a sweet ending. I liked this one - especially your attention to detail, what with Charlie's recuperation and the medical stuff. For awhile, it seemed like the beginning involving WP - the first few chapters - had been forgotten, almost negated, in the wave of Charlie's kidnapping, but you tied it back in at the end, which only makes sense. Though I'm not sure that sentence did... Anyway, great story!