|Reviews for Blue|
| kyuumihaira chapter 7 . 10/1/2015
| Jissy2013 chapter 7 . 3/30/2015
So cute love it
| Tizzygirl1 chapter 7 . 5/29/2014
Ahhh...this is just beautiful written ... really moving and so interesting! Thank you! xxx
| silver drip chapter 7 . 4/27/2014
| silver drip chapter 6 . 4/27/2014
| silver drip chapter 5 . 4/27/2014
| silver drip chapter 4 . 4/27/2014
Yes, Thor the great scholar.
| silver drip chapter 3 . 4/27/2014
| silver drip chapter 2 . 4/27/2014
| silver drip chapter 1 . 4/27/2014
| The True Myth chapter 7 . 3/18/2014
| DeGenerateVamp chapter 7 . 2/5/2014
Excellent story... Literally had me in tears within the last two chapters. :')
So glad that Odin was actually paying attention to see just how much Loki had changed and did for him as he had done for Thor... And how the Frost Giants accepted Astrior as one of their own so easily...
| blackbloodywolf chapter 7 . 1/2/2014
| Angel yao chapter 7 . 11/21/2013
| roughdiamond5 chapter 7 . 10/21/2013
Among numerous other reasons, I owe you a review for the way you made me laugh when Tony and Loki discussed their daughter looking like a velociraptor. I swear my laughter was echoing several floors away.
Of course, I also have to commend you on your construction of the plot. You've always done a good job with Tony and Loki (Tony is snarky but with a heart, and Loki is sardonic and witty but with demons to fight), but I've seen so few mpreg plots that actually involved more than the announcement and the birth and involved it /well/ - this was an amazing story to read.
Especially your incorporation of Loki's past children made this a believable read for me. I had never really considered how Loki would feel about each of his children leaving him (or being taken from him, as this story suggest), and it adds more than a tinge of drama to what was already a clearly dangerous pregnancy.
And naturally (but somehow surprising to me), it was heartwarming to see the Avengers gather around to protect Loki; it makes me see them as a true force for good, complete with the power to forgive. Steve is unfailing at Loki's side, having saved him or called attention to his distress at least three times - I never had much respect for Captain America when compared to the awesomeness of almost everyone else, but this story makes me reconsider. Bruce plays the confidante insider of the medical field, but the most touching part for me was Loki asking Bruce to be his daughter's "monster mentor". I'm phrasing that poorly, but it really meant a lot to me to see that sort of interaction. And Thor, risking a journey to Jotunheim but this time for completely selfless reasons - priceless.
The whole story was priceless, really. I hope to find more like this.