|Reviews for A Smuggler and His Princess|
| Red-Handed-Bandit chapter 23 . 3/29
Oh, you have to update soon! This is so good, well written, and just Han and Leia enough for it not to be suffocating. I love it!
| Red-Handed-Bandit chapter 8 . 3/29
I am absolutely in love with this series of fics you're writing. You're extremely and unfairly talented. I love how perfectly you portray the two, as I'm still battling to find equilibrium in writing their relationship. And I love how there is no "dialogue". Your writing style is perfect, I'm extremely jealous.
| ChocoCherry chapter 22 . 1/12/2013
WOW.i sincerely hope you come back and finish one story is a gem!
| Lady Adyra chapter 22 . 11/1/2011
"Once a jedi" was an amazing piece, the sense of deja vu, the hauntingly familiar scene that forces Vader to replay his memories in the face of Leia's heartbreak... every paragraph managed to capture the emotional tension of those moments and painted with vivid colours the sense of loss of both father and daughter...
Kudos for this powerful chapter :)
| Zolo77 chapter 1 . 10/11/2011
love this. it took me a while to find it again.
waiting for more! :)
| Anybodys chapter 23 . 8/27/2011
And she falls in love with one...
| Liz chapter 22 . 8/22/2011
Wow, this is the most intense chapter of them all. That gave me chills. Excellent job of tying Vader/Anakin/Leia/Padme together in one scene of memories. Really, really good.
| Anybodys chapter 22 . 8/14/2011
I teared up. This was so beautiful, so touching...
You really know how to make things seem realistic.
| missmetric chapter 22 . 8/8/2011
These are all really lovely, particularly that first one...
I can't wait to read more.
I only wish they were in some sort of loosely chronological order. It's a little disconcerting to jump around so much.
| The-Solo-Smirk chapter 18 . 8/4/2011
I like these vignette-type of stories very much, especially if they span several years!
Chapter 18 is so sad - when you write "was the only thing that stopped her limbs breaking into a run, to jump in after him while the icy smoke shrouded his eyes and throw her arms around him."
I hope you are still updating this! Thumbs up!
| RhyannD chapter 22 . 7/30/2011
I am not versed well in the prequels, I could never really get into them the way I did the original trilogy; you write so beautifully I don't have to KNOW The backstory, I just have to feel it in you words.
You have an amazing gift for this format, to express so much in few words. Nothing is wasted, each thought brings a punch of emotion.
| RhyannD chapter 21 . 7/5/2011
Your use of language intrigues me. It was not until I went to look for other things you'd written that I saw you are from the UK. That might explain part of it (I'm from the US, but with immigrant parents from Eire) but I think it's beyond that, it's a sense of poetry even in prose.
These particular pieces definitely inspired me. I actually have to watch the movies again before posting my next part, because YOUR settings and stories integrate so well, and it's been so long since I've watched, that I'm not *entirely* sure where the lines are. You blur them in a most lovely way.
| RhyannD chapter 3 . 7/5/2011
These are amazing short snippets, so full of emotion.
I've read them all, and love them all, but this is my favorite, so put the review here.
MORE please, and we might not let you stop at 30...
| Anybodys chapter 20 . 6/19/2011
I love this chapter soo much, I can't put it into words. It's nice to see that the fearless and arrogant Han Solo has feelings. I really enjoy a story that Han makes me smile, which is pretty easy to do. To make me go "Aw," that's a little harder. "Aww," little bit more. But a full fledged-out "all-biases-aside-I-want-to-tackle-you-and-hug-you?" You. Are. Amazing.
| Zyra M chapter 20 . 6/17/2011
This was definitely my favorite chapter so far. This is how it SHOULD have been in the book. You do a great job of conveying Han's devastation and I can see Leia offering him silent comfort, though obviously being upset herself. And Han pulling her closer now that he fears losing her. It always bothered me that he pushes them all away when I think he'd want to hold even tighter to what he had left.
I also love that it brings up these thoughts about him now having a glimpse of what losing Alderaan for her must've been like and it only makes him respect her even more. Very heart wrenching scene, but beautifully written.