Reviews for Emotions
PerfectDisaster22 chapter 1 . 9/1/2011
This drabble made me happy. I love it when authors explore how Hatter responds to Alice in terms of emotions; being a Wonderlander and not used to experiencing an emotion unless he drinks it, and then being confronted with this crazy Oyster bubbling over with emotion all the time. Well done!
xXxFatexXx chapter 1 . 2/22/2011
Awesome as per usual.

I love how you seem to be able to see directly into a characters head.
Bookworm Gal chapter 1 . 2/21/2011
Aw... Poor Hatter. He definitely deserved that hug in the end. He had to go through so much and to deal with such a stubborn girl with very few survival instincts. They are perfect for each other and Alice FINALLY (after they go through the craziest of events) trusts him. Hatter is far better for her than Jack. Great work.

And I won't say the obvious... I don't want you to kill off Dawkins, BFF, or any of your other characters in your "Tin Man" stories.
KLCtheBookWorm chapter 1 . 2/20/2011
A little healthy fear of the Queen would be good, or perhaps the understanding that being locked in your mind in a room with no floor over a gaping pit is not anybody's idea of 'under control'. And she really needs to ditch her faith in that bloody Jack, who is not only a manipulative lying bastard, but the Queen's son. He's also engaged to a Duchess, which makes him a two-timing manipulative lying bastard, so would Alice stop defending him already? - Poor Hatter! (It's become a rallying cry.)

I think you got into his head space during that scene wonderfully.
vanilla212 chapter 1 . 2/20/2011
Poor confused/intrigued/frustrated Hatter:)

I enjoyed reading this one.
Alaina Downs chapter 1 . 2/20/2011
This one made me smile, especially at the end:) great job saying so much with so few words.
unearthlyangel89 chapter 1 . 2/20/2011
Very well written, liked it!
GoldenRoya chapter 1 . 2/20/2011
"In Wonderland, anything this complex came with an instruction manual, Oysters just didn't play fair."

Sounds like poor Hatter is at a double disadvantage - trying to figure out an emotion-laden oyster WOMAN. Poor guy has no chance whatsoever.

:D Great job, love it!