|Reviews for 5 Summers|
| TheRugbymom chapter 17 . 7/13/2014
Oh my gosh! What next?
| Oldenuf2knobeta chapter 17 . 6/23/2014
You write so beautifully.
I'm sad that you stopped.
I really hope you come back to these stories one day.
You really have a gift.
| apantname chapter 17 . 9/1/2013
Please update! :(
| SabLuvsLogan chapter 17 . 7/3/2013
Wow, now this is an alternative story! Can't wait for more
| keyboardkath chapter 17 . 6/9/2013
Oh I do wish this would be updated. Utterly fascinated with your storytelling.
| Kathy chapter 17 . 10/9/2012
You have such a way with words...poetic story telling that pulls the strings of ones heart...reading your stories is like sitting under the shade of a tree watching life pulsate around you and breathing in the freshness of the earth...Thank you.
| LBelle chapter 17 . 9/14/2012
Edward should tell Bella how he feels, and let her chose what she wants to do. She needs to know her options.
| esam chapter 17 . 9/10/2012
Wow that was hot. Poor Edward with all his doubts. They need to talk to each other and work it out. She wants to do her Ph.D.? So what, it's not the end of the world, she can do it in "Forks", England. Or whatever is close by that has a University with her Ph.D. program. Is there a Port Angeles, England in this world too?
Great chapter! Can't wait for more.
| bigchill77 chapter 16 . 9/10/2012
Enjoying this version so much - beautifully written. Thanks for sharing.
Hope you are able to finish the other one as well! Thank you.
| CindyWindy chapter 17 . 9/9/2012
That was incredibly steamy! *whew* There's always an undercurrent of sadness with them though - Bella chasing her dreams and Edward not sharing his feelings.
Thanks for writing!
| koba chapter 5 . 9/9/2012
Just started reading but your A/N are as entertaining as your witty couple. Congrats on your gaydar upgrade. My best friend (who happens to be a gay male) would agree that young women are the funniest subjects to hanf out with and confuse.
Edward put him out there more than I expected when he said no harem. Your Bella is much better at grasping subtlety and breaking up with Riley was surprisingly mature for a young girl who really doesn't know the boy back home.
| Cullenosopy chapter 17 . 9/9/2012
| beckysue999 chapter 17 . 9/9/2012
I know a good part of S. Meyer's Edward/Bella relationship is based on a "Gift of the Magi"-style tension, but "5 Summers" is the first story I've read that actually evokes O. Henry for me, with similar bittersweetness and elegance, each making choices based on what s/he thinks the other wants or feels, only to end up at cross purposes. It can be a maddening journey travelling along with E and B, especially at this point at the trip, but you write them so beautifully that it's worth it.
Bella's letter the next day even more poignant now that we've seen what happened that evening.
| lucyv chapter 17 . 9/9/2012
What can I say? More outtakes like that!
| debslmac chapter 17 . 9/9/2012