|Reviews for the widow capet|
| catty-cat-cat chapter 1 . 3/27/2015
Okay, I've faved this and when I saw your third note, I was feeling guilty if I'm not leaving a review ...
It's MARVELOUS! Seriously ... The feels are too much! T.T I like historical fic such as this. Because I'm not French, and I got really curious about Marie Antoinette's relationship with France, I can't help but search. And I found this! This is really, if I may say it again because I have no other words, marvelous! Kudos for you!
| nilimadelmarar chapter 1 . 10/16/2014
This is interesting. I've always wondered how France felt during Revolution, being tied to the people but had the loyalty to the royals, and your fic portrays it perfectly. Good Job!
| EchosOut chapter 1 . 9/9/2014
Great story! I never watched Hetalia and may never - I'm undecided, but I enjoyed this story all the same.
| NoLifeQueen0981 chapter 1 . 5/11/2014
Very good... or should i say... tres bien!
I love how you portray France there, the way he feels about Marie Antoniette, how he realizes she will never be his.
And the ending... now I want to cry! Francis T.T
| Just-another-lonely-fairytale chapter 1 . 1/4/2014
THE FEELS! MAKE THEM STOP! Goddammit, I cried a bit while reading this.
| Animeandcreativity chapter 1 . 7/25/2013
This story is wonderful. I got into hetalia because of the historical aspect but I haven't seen to many fanfictions that are centered on history. This fanfiction combines my favorite things: Marie Antionette and Hetalia. It is so well written that I could visualize it in my head while I read it and it made me cry.
| LOLOLOLlipop chapter 1 . 3/31/2013
Totally historically accurate, isn't it? I always loved Marie Antoinette aka the Widow Capet, even though she was one of France's most outrageous, luxurious, worst Queens. The story's sobering, but beautiful. Très bien écrit, mademoiselle, je vous en félicite. Keep it up. [[BTW, I came here on soldier against the number's recommendation.]]
| Alei-lei chapter 1 . 3/16/2013
MY FUCKING HEART
| kaminoko-x chapter 1 . 3/9/2013
OH, whooops, did I fave a whole bunch without reviewing? I shall have to go check and leave reviews for them all.
INTERESTING stuff. I don't usually read Hetalia, but it's the first time I've seen a country x historical figure/real-person-who's-not-an-oc. I like how he doesn't really do anything about his love for her- she is the queen, after all, and human. And she's Austrian, which makes it all the more interesting, because he can feel she'll never be French.
I also like how you wrote France- the people are starving, and he's loyal to them, but not completely, because the King is the king, and that's part of France too.
ANYWAYS, fantastic job, very interesting, I love it.
| curse of ondine chapter 1 . 9/11/2012
This is absolutely beautiful, and I lovelovelove your writing style. :)
| paper piper chapter 1 . 4/13/2012
oh so touching and dark and wonderful. the concept is interesting. wanna give it a try for, say, eleanor of aquitaine? or joan of ark?
| Andelevion chapter 1 . 3/23/2012
Okay, so I reviewed one of your stories and compared it against this one and as soon as I saw this a few ways down the author page I felt extremely stupid. Honestly, the idea of it is gorgeous.
| Fandals chapter 1 . 12/30/2011
This was so heartbreakingly awesome.
| queenchesh chapter 1 . 11/23/2011
Aw~! Marie Antoinette and Francis~! It's does exist. There angsty and beautiful.
| westwindhowl chapter 1 . 8/25/2011
This was terribly sad but very good! I love your writing style and how you phrase things. I just got finished watching the Marie Antoinette film with Kirsten Dunst so i automatically pictured everyone as that cast. And i couldn't help, at first, picture the little girl as the adorable Marie Therese from the film but i guess it was just a random starving child. And i guess it would be difficult for Francis to place the children in his mind since they were all half Austrian though I'd like to think he had a hand in ultimately saving Marie Therese from prison or death. But, anyway, very good and you managed to do a lot with not very many words.