|Reviews for Invincibility|
| Amberleaf le Haunt chapter 1 . 3/23/2011
I really, really liked it. .;
| Mage the Observer chapter 1 . 12/27/2010
Bittersweet, but such a lovely flavor nonetheless. Have a happy new year.
| DoubleKK chapter 1 . 12/26/2010
I'm not familiar with these characters, but I still liked the relationship they had. And the conclusion was cute but also slightly depressing, because Kate just left her dad. Anyways, great job. )
| Moonlit Dreaming chapter 1 . 12/25/2010
That was simply... beautiful. Thank you, thank you - I loved it! It was exactly what I wanted. A perfect blend of angst, romance, bittersweet moments and then the end I'd been hoping for! I'm so glad you picked Kate x Hugh, too; there just aren't enough stories on them.
Thank you very much! And Merry Christmas! :)
| SweetieLove chapter 1 . 12/25/2010
How intense. It was...WOW.
I don't know where to start. Or maybe I don't need to start on anything since every section was amazing...just Wow.
One thing though, not that it's important of course, there were some places where it felt...empty. Yeeah, something like that but not the whole story. Just one scene where I don't know where...
Anyway, Merry Christmas to you my dear Kuya ! XD C2'd
| xXLittle Rose AngelXx chapter 1 . 12/25/2010
Well, I'm pretty sure the only thing I can say is this: I loved it.
I loved how you portrayed the characters.
I loved how each section was short and simple.
I loved it from beginning to end.
Good job and Merry Christmas!
| Lorelei547 chapter 1 . 12/24/2010
Awwh, Kate ): I'll be honest I never cared much for Kate nor Hugh never read a fiction starring either but this.. I enjoyed this. Poor Kate my broke as I read this, her desire to stay so strong even when the world was breaking down around her.
"My parents helped me write it." Oh that was the kick, and while the ending was bittersweet -there was no resolution for her parents- she is lucky to have such a wonderful friend as Hugh. This was beautifully written, normally such small scene breaks make be cringe but they were well placed and served the purpose so much more intensely than longer ones would have.
Merry Christmas, I'm sure Moonlit will love her present!