|Reviews for Always Comes|
| Terminally Introverted chapter 1 . 2/17
This was absolutely beautiful. Good giripan fics are hard to come by, and I think you handled the pairing and the AU wonderfully.
| Larthrain chapter 1 . 6/28/2014
This was really great! Like wow dude seriously please never stop writing ever so cute very perfect!
| RottenGlass chapter 1 . 5/2/2014
So sweet One of the sweetest Giripan fics I have ever read in my life...
| Burgerscones74423 chapter 1 . 6/9/2013
It's literally... Beautiful, and I'm surprised that I cried on this fanfic, Its really rare to come by and spot a really good story(or fanfic rather..) keep up the good work! :)
| D-Channerz chapter 1 . 7/14/2012
This was beautiful! I love old Japanese folklore, and the kitsune has always been a favorite character for me in all the stories. This was very sweet and left me feeling warm and fuzzy Wonderful job!
| Written Fire chapter 1 . 7/8/2012
Gosh, I loved this. Japan is so cute, and I couldn't help but come to love Heracles by the end. I almost cried when Kiku left, and when Greece saw the fox and was talking about him? *sigh I loved that last line, also. The story was well written, and I loved it.
| roughdiamond5 chapter 1 . 12/27/2011
I swear, this is the third time I've come back to this story. I normally leave oneshots alone - skim them, smile, and go on to the next story - but this one has simply caught me. Perhaps it's the combination of sweet and simple romance with folklore that fascinates me, or perhaps it's that you write so little and yet portray so much, leading me to think that I've read something much denser than the typical oneshot. Regardless, something about this story calls to me, and that's why I've come back three times. I better add it to my favorites in case I need to find it once more, huh?
| LovelyToMeetYou chapter 1 . 9/22/2011
This was very interesting! I never find much about this pairing, and this was a lovely portrayal of them! One thing, though, good night in Japanese is Konbanwa (it isn't written with an a in the an). Lovely story!
| Deutsch Katze chapter 1 . 5/1/2011
Awww, that was adorable! I loved the kitsune lore in there, haha. I'm a big legends and folktale geek, so it made me supah happy~ I loved the grammar and spelling, as always, and the characterization was amazing. I loved it~
| nobody chapter 1 . 4/27/2011
EverythingIsMagic... this is magic.
| TangerineTea chapter 1 . 3/19/2011
Dreamy and fantastic; by the end, I felt as though I'd been woken from a fairy-tale. Even little things that would otherwise have annoyed me, like Kiku's convenient love-at-first-sight for Hercules, or the unexplained hyperaggression of just the one kitten, felt right in the context of a fairy-tale-what fairy-tale answers all questions, or makes perfect sense? In indulging in such escapism, a story ought to be able to evade some of the finer points of reality as well. I haven't read a fairy-tale in quite a while, and Greece/Japan really deserves more love. Thank you.
| xScarletMoon chapter 1 . 2/16/2011
| Oliver Jasmine chapter 1 . 1/3/2011
Its a nice historical thing too, though some details historical and otherwise (cloathes, where the silk road is) would really bring it to life instead of just romance with no noteworthy historical flaws. The timeing bugged me too, with each progression in their relationship takeing years.
I'm just trying to give advice, its clear you did your research, the story just deserves a bit more detail is all I'm saying
| ThisCouldTheoreticallyBeSparta chapter 1 . 1/1/2011
I found this lovely. I love tales of kitsune, they've always fascinated me (not to mention foxes have always been my favourite animals), and this is such a sweet story. Stylistically it captures the slow tenderness that Greece and Japan should have in every incarnation of their relationship, and that I adore. This shall be faved and pimped! òwó9
| Shelly-Sells-SheaShells chapter 1 . 12/31/2010
Awww. That was very sweet. I've heard of the fox legends in Japan, but I've never really read one or something similar to it. I liked this though, so maybe I'll look into it a bit more. The idea match Greece and Japan really well.