|Reviews for Through The Rain|
| FanFicFan76 chapter 10 . 10/11/2017
I just cannot stomach the girls' behavior. How could they possibly think it is ok to be so disrespectful? And they are so whiny.
| dnil chapter 23 . 5/6/2017
I have read & commented before but just reread today. Something struck me about Alice & why she acted the way she did. She is a very young woman & thinking back to those days for myself, I remembered wanting my boyfriend to pay lots of attention to me. Do you suppose that was a big issue for Alice? Uncas just didn't have time to do that while trying to get the cabin built. But I know when he pulled her from the water to the treeline, she didn't try to get away from him though she was reluctant. I think she wouldn't have felt as free as a woman of today would to show her feelings to Uncas and how she probably really just wanted some personal alone time with him.
| Kitsunagane chapter 10 . 3/26/2017
Alice and Cora's selfishness and lack of respect are shameful. How would they react if Uncas and Nathaniel sat in Aunt Eugenie's sickroom chortling and nudging each other? Alice is generally a sullen bore, but now she acts up? Such fine and decorous ladies, they are, to be sure.
| Loopybell chapter 23 . 3/26/2017
I think this might be the third time I've read your trilogy. I absolutely love it. So beautifully written. Thank you
| Guest chapter 7 . 3/14/2017
| NVMF chapter 9 . 3/12/2017
I love Nathaniel's characterization in your trilogy. Just the right blend of pragmatism, kindness, and snark.
| Bourgeois Sounds Swell chapter 1 . 2/22/2017
Just reread your trilogy years later after having read it over before. Something I will remember always. A wonderful story, complex and nuanced. Keep writing!
| dnil chapter 22 . 1/27/2017
Oh, my, you portrayed Alice and Uncas just the way I imagined. Finally she says the words Uncas needs to hear. And I love the way you end Chapter 22 with the clouds clearing and you said "foretelling a brighter evening" but truthfully it was foretelling a brighter future for the. Amazingly well written story!
| Loopy chapter 23 . 10/16/2016
I have spent most of the day reading your trilogy. I thought it was wonderful. I know you wrote it a while back but hope you read this. I loved your versions of Alice and Uncas. Just wish there were more stories out there! :)
| Susannah-Belle chapter 23 . 5/14/2016
I know this series is quite old, but it is new to me so I thought I should comment. I cannot think of another series that has moved me so deeply and impressed me so completely. Thank you for this beautiful interpretation of these characters, and thank you for the obvious thought and care that was put into the story. I genuinely have not slept for 38 hours because I have been so affected. Just a beautiful story.
Also I kinda want to take the opportunity to implore you to write more inspired by The Last Of The Mohicans, if you so choose.
| Guest chapter 23 . 5/1/2016
Thank you for faithfully writing your series. Beautiful skill and satisfying read.
| TiaM chapter 16 . 5/1/2016
I'm trying to have patience with A. So many internal struggles to process. I don't blame her in a way due to social differences and comfort level she was accustomed to.
One thing I don't get and you briefly touched upon. Why would the Munro sisters not have ,s estate? Aren't they entitled to a monetary inheritance?
| BlueSaffire chapter 23 . 4/16/2016
Beautiful. You are a very talented writer and I thank you for sharin your story of Uncas and Alice.
| Guest chapter 23 . 4/6/2016
This was great. Wish there was more!
| princess-j3ss chapter 23 . 1/11/2016
Oh my goodness gracious Lord. I honestly don't even know where to begin because I binge read this, I honestly couldn't stop once I started. I thought the first two were incredible, but this one took the cake for me.
The progression of the story! The characterization! You could see the character's motivations so clearly for everything they did, what plagued them, why it did. And your writing style is so eloquent and beautiful! And so reminiscent of the actual time period, I honestly felt like I was back in the 1700's, on a frontier reading this.
I know I read the first in this series when I was younger, and it meant a lot to me then, but it means so, so much more to me now. I love Alice and Uncas, I always have, both as characters individually and together, and I love how fleshed out you've made them; they are no longer side characters, but fleshed out and able to shine through with their own stories and struggles.
I don't think words can really convey how much I enjoyed reading this trilogy, how much this story meant to me. You have such a way with words, thank you so much for writing and sharing this.