|Reviews for Nowhere to Go|
| JoiForber chapter 1 . 6/19/2012
| Jael73 chapter 1 . 12/2/2011
Wow. Super sexy and inventive. Well thought-out. More!
| Marianne Greenleaf chapter 3 . 8/20/2011
All right, now this story is finally complete! ;D
Not only was this chapter delightfully erotic and a good end cap to the build-up of the previous two chapters, it took Harold and Marian's physical relationship in new directions, showing the natural progression/broadening of their love that would occur during this still-honeymoon phase of their marriage. Despite her maidenly hesitancy, Marian does an excellent job in keeping up with and even surprising her new husband at times, which is believable as the librarian is just as passionate as the music professor, even if she is still rather mired in her Victorian sensibilities.
My favorite moments in particular were when Harold was staring at a dewy Marian fresh from the tub and realized that, for once, he could actually act upon his fantasies, and Marian's blushing uncertainty as she got used to being astride Harold for the first time.
Once again, delightful! :D
| Marianne Greenleaf chapter 2 . 6/12/2011
If ever there was a fic that called for an epilogue, this was it - and I'm glad you provided one! So many delightful moments - husband and wife continuing to canoodle in their (half) sleep, Harold fixing Marian's hair the next morning and kissing her neck, the librarian being so addled she quietly watches Harold put away the blanket the "wrong" way, the music professor's insistence on carrying his wife home through the snow drifts. And after all that nice build-up of romantic tension, the reader gets stonewalled by *another* drop curtain! But that's okay - the fic works just fine the way it is, and the resolution hits just the right note. ;)
| Marianne Greenleaf chapter 1 . 5/19/2011
This vignette is incredibly sexy - one of your best to date! You did a particularly excellent job in the pacing, building a wonderful tension between the two newlyweds as they discover there are still ways to push the envelope even after marriage. The little touches of affection also added a nice dimension that kept the scene anchored both in an emotional framework and your larger fic universe. And even though Harold and Marian didn't end up seeing things through until the end, the story doesn't disappoint, and ends on a satisfying note.