|Reviews for My Beautiful Predator|
| Megumi chapter 1 . 1/7/2013
| eckomoon chapter 1 . 7/27/2012
Push/Pull. Saying what you don't really mean. Trying to break the cycle but not really wanting to. Wanting forever. Beautiful.
| Handsomethefrog chapter 1 . 9/27/2011
beautiful as always. I love your stuff!
| lovetvtoomuchxo chapter 1 . 9/26/2011
Wow that was deep...
Chuck and blair in ertenity...
| TriGemini chapter 1 . 9/26/2011
WOW! Very tense to read. But great nonetheless.
Liked it, a lot.
| TheVeryLastValkyrie chapter 1 . 9/26/2011
Why is it that love in the heart, a baby in the womb and a bullet between the eyes seem so similar for these two?
It feels fiery, to begin with, it's all about seduction even if she doesn't want sex, only to know that he's in her thrall. She does want sex, of course, and more, but she's definitely a weakling if he's a coward. She skirts around asking him to want her and instead waits until she's consumed him with her presence alone, and then lays out her hands and her eyes and all the things they used to have together. It's like she's made a battle plan of how to make him hate her because that will make him love her, not that he ever stopped. It seems so strange that Chuck, the one who always wants to be loved and held and kept forever is the one who tells her to stop loving him. That's not what he wants or what she does, but I suppose it would make things easier if everything was hopeless because she'd never feel the same way. But they're magnets, magnets don't just stop attracting, then they wouldn't be magnets anymore.
I love that they always find their way back to each other the same way, through torment. It feels as if they're both going to make each other scream simply as punishment for the time spent apart, which seems like a good enough way to die or undergo several petit morts in quick succession. Then torture dissolves, and it becomes that someone separated one person into two bodies, and when the bodies join the person is complete. That's making love, no matter how you dress it down and make it dirty, or don't. Chuck's comment about impregnation is not marking his territory, it's stating his game plan. Their love will spawn children. These children will be loved. These children will love. They will create brightness out of all the dark times, and they will always love each other. The pain of the past can't compare in the face of such an endgame. They're the way fate decided they would be before they were.
I can safely say, incomparable. Because this is. It's raw, intoxicating, bleakly beautiful CB, and there is a heartbeat to every word.