|Reviews for Rain|
| hujwernoo chapter 1 . 10/6/2013
Mon dieu. J'aime cette.
How you handled everyone was simplement genial. Beaucoup whump, reconfort, et angst rend tres heureux moi. Now I shall proceed to ton profil voir si vous avez plus de ces bijoux.
(S'il vous plait faire)
Continuez d'ecrire, ma amie.
| ClaMiAl chapter 1 . 2/16/2013
Good story. I enjoyed the angsty bits. And to see Neal from Peter's POV was really interesting, too. Nicely done!
| Guest chapter 1 . 9/30/2012
love everything about this! hope you write more in the fandom!
| Arches67 chapter 1 . 7/28/2012
| Deep Sorrow chapter 1 . 4/5/2012
Wow, this story was awesome. Really loved your details and characterizations. Thanks for sharing.
| ferryboat George chapter 1 . 3/4/2012
Nice, delivers exactly what The genres say :)
| Aliko Kinav chapter 1 . 11/8/2011
Seriously. I became a fan. I love your style and the way you portray the characters. It's reaaaallllyyyy
GOOD! anyway, keep writing ;)
| Lilynette chapter 1 . 5/14/2011
Loved it! Thank you so much for sharing! It was a great read. :)
| Starzangel chapter 1 . 2/8/2011
| FlapperFinzNoNames10201303 chapter 1 . 12/28/2010
This is beyond amazing. You wrote the characters perfectly, never rushing or straying out of character! I admit, I am a sucker for a crying Neal, but I'll also admit, he wouldn't let anyone see him cry unless he absolutely couldn't hold tears back anymore. And he has so much self control he wouldn't let things get that far, so kudos for being able to keep from adding that. Of course it could have been the furthest thing from a struggle for you, and if it was, much envy. The plot was very well done, I mean Kidnapped - loved ones threatened death - has been done, but no one would ever expect it to be that by reading. And that plot is usually done in a predictable way. You built up the characters into such sturdy three dimensions, the emotions and the nightmare, my god the nightmare, you made the stereo typical kidnapping scenario into a reminder of why it is a stereotype. It is and can be horrifying to have the ones you loved threatened to death. And although we all tell ourselves we would talk, no way we would keep that secret, push comes to shove - death is in your hands-no, your mouth. One word and, their gone. Neal is one of the best actors under pressure in the show, and in your story, you really brought that into the light. He wasn't always drawing *like* he had to, it was *because* he had to. Just, wow. Amazing
Sorry, I ramble when I love something. This is so well done.
Please, keep sharing your writing!
| Calendar chapter 1 . 12/6/2010
Oh, Neal. I want to take care of him, but luckily Peter (and El and Mozzie and June) got there first.
| Dugleik chapter 1 . 11/10/2010
Yeah for rescue!
| heartfallen chapter 1 . 11/8/2010
Amazing story! I really enjoyed reading this. Excellent work.
| FezQueen chapter 1 . 11/7/2010
True to the characters, realistic, and accomplishes all that's promised from the beginning to the end.
| Kiki Cabou chapter 1 . 11/3/2010
I liked this a lot. Everything about this piece is decisive, interesting, and makes a point. This very easily could have meandered off into soppy, screamy, boo-hoo territory, especially given the dramatic nature of the concept, but because of the excellent writing, it was restrained and subtle and made a real impact. There was a great "pop" near the end when Fetterling said "You," and Peter just froze, and then the tension unraveled gently from there; mystery solved, Neal's taking better care of himself and healing, there's trust, it's all good, etc. REALLY nice piece.
Also, it's cool that this is just one big chunk of writing. It carries itself along like a good short story, and while it's status quo around here to divide long pieces into little chapters, for artistic (and, admittedly, not so artistic) purposes, you were just like, "Here. Chew on that. Have fun." Kudos. :-) Well done, and I hope to see more from you.