|Reviews for Sickbed Confessions|
| Watcher chapter 5 . 9/3/2022
| Guest chapter 1 . 4/11/2022
Are you still writing? As all your stories are amazing
| Guest chapter 5 . 7/7/2021
Sam really do ditch Dean at the drop of a hat tho
| Guest chapter 1 . 7/7/2021
Sam is always the ungrateful, selfish, damsel in distress while Dean busts his butt sacrificing everything for Sam and gets manipulated and hated on.
| Bongoblue chapter 5 . 10/28/2019
This generally brought a tear to my eye. It’s so well written! I can’t wait to read more!
| palmepe1 chapter 5 . 1/13/2019
OMC, I love this story! I wish they would make it an episode!
| TolkienScholar chapter 5 . 11/16/2018
I really enjoyed this story. Definitely very sappy, but some good emotional release for Sam and also for Dean. I liked how Dean extricated himself with "You always were a brat ... But then, you always were my brat." Thanks for an enjoyable, emotional read!
| TolkienScholar chapter 4 . 11/16/2018
Wow. It hurts that, even as Dean's worried about Sam's physical condition, he's trying to brace for possibly being hurt by Sam again, given how this happened before Sam left for Stanford. I'm glad they were able to have the conversation, no matter how blunt and painful it got. I love the part where Dean says, "These 'conversations' usually go on until one of us storms out or one of us apologizes and in this case it's gonna be an apology and it's gonna come from me, so let's just fast forward to that part." I can definitely hear Dean saying that. It's totally believable that he would have felt insecure about whether Sam would still be his "little brother" if he went away, even though Sam's always looked up to him and always will. Well done once again.
| TolkienScholar chapter 3 . 11/16/2018
Wow. This chapter is such a change from the last one; this time, their two perspectives are completely different because they don't understand each other the way they used to. This line killed me: "Dean had to wonder when it had become OK for them to hurt each other like this." You really capture the tension and hurt and resentment of this period of their lives in a way that's so incredibly sad and emotional. Beautifully written.
| TolkienScholar chapter 2 . 11/16/2018
Okay, this line was so John I just had to grin: "In the end, John had responded to the beckoning of death the same way he responded to everything else, 'not until I say so and then only on my terms.'" Of course, it kinda hurts, too, because John did choose when he died and the terms, but the circumstances that led to it were so totally, tragically out of his control.
Once again, I like how you show both of the brothers' perspectives on what happened. The accounts mirror each other so closely because the two brothers understand each other so well, Sam trusting Dean so completely and Dean there to provide whatever Sam needs without judging or limiting what Sam can say. Again, well done.
| TolkienScholar chapter 1 . 11/16/2018
Oh, I can tell already I'm going to love this. I really liked this line: "It never ceased to amaze him how his tougher than nails sibling became such a big softie when Sam was hurt or sick." I find it totally believable that Dean would come up with his own remedies to help Sam because he's got to be doing *something* to help if Sam's in pain. Great job!
| Noice chapter 5 . 10/20/2018
Noice, cute, adorkable, amazing, freaking i dunno just it
| JaniceC678 chapter 5 . 4/7/2018
This was wonderful, even if it left me crying over my morning coffee! So much was left unresolved between them, and the show gave us so little to fill in the gaps, thank god for you wonderful writers who fill in all those missing pieces for us. This was beautifully done!
| lyrain1966 chapter 5 . 4/6/2018
Beautiful ending this sounds like our boyz love makes me wish they would make this cannon. Real men showing tenderness.
| stedan chapter 5 . 4/5/2018
This story is amazing. I hope you are still around here since you havent updatet in awhile. I want to tell you that your story is one of the best h/c stories Ive ever read. I especially liked how you did anylyze the pre Stanford attitude. I loved your story. Thank you !