|Reviews for Espresso, Reubens, and Dancing|
| gracerealized chapter 1 . 7/21/2013
So this show has been off the air for a while now unfortunately, but for some reason I keep coming back to re-read this fic every once in a while. There's something so beautiful in the simplicity ... while also being a complex she knows who she is but she doesn't know that he doesn't know that she knows that ... lol It's really well done, I'd love it if your muse every brought you back to this fandom, until then I'm going to see what else you've written in other fandoms with fingers crossed that we have overlaps. :) Thanks for the great read!
| Maiqu20 chapter 1 . 5/29/2013
I love this so much!
| Guest chapter 1 . 10/18/2012
That was awesome. Loved the idea that Andrew was part of the secret. Even if that didn't turn out to be the case.
Thanks for posting.:)
| lewilder chapter 1 . 7/31/2012
I really loved this story. I was on the negative side of ambivalent about Greer’s character onscreen, but I love the way you’ve fleshed her out. The whole progression here is great, from “man-stealing little bitch” Siobhan at the beginning to “friend” Bridget at the end. Perfection.
| NotAContrivance chapter 1 . 4/30/2012
So, when you first told me about this story, I had no idea it would turn out like this. And I have to say you've done a great job of showing us who Greer is, who Siobhan was, and how Bridget and Andrew act together in public. I also like that Greer's on Bridget's side, and that she's confused about Andrew's reaction too. And, lol, of course the premise that Greer is watching Siobhan because she thinks Siobhan is going to steal her husband (which was what I thought had happened to make Greer and Siobhan hate each other before she actually showed up).
I also really like how you explored all the social aspects of fitting into that culture, what with Siobhan and Greer both being a little like fish out of water in high society, and the faux-pas at dinner, and everything about social advancement that the show doesn't focus on almost at all. I also liked the politics joke. ;)
And the interaction with Bridget and Andrew at the party was just adorable, of course. And kinda hot. And I also think it's funny how Bridget, despite the fact that she's pretending to be someone else and has no experience with rich people and was a hooker/druggie/stripper, seems to be more at ease in high society than Siobhan. I also like how Greer notices the differences between Bridget and Siobhan, which the show kind of mentions but doesn't emphasize like this, all of which seem pretty in-character for Bridget to have.
And, of course, I really like how Greer figures it all out on her own. So, yeah, in summation I basically loved this fic, and you should write more like it. Or different from it but still in this section. Not that I'm pressuring you or anything, but this was a very interesting story, and I'd like to see what else you've got up your sleeve. All in all, fantastic job! I hope to (maybe) see more from you!
| Hspirito chapter 1 . 4/30/2012
LOVE IT! - i thought Greer was wonderful as well - please continue with the story
| Spygrrl chapter 1 . 4/30/2012
I love this story! What an awesome, unique perspective. I loved Greer too and if by lucky chance the show is renewed I want to see more of her.
| scifiromance chapter 1 . 4/30/2012
Aww, I really liked the description of Andrew and Bridget! GREAT story! :)
| isugirl chapter 1 . 4/29/2012
A different pov to use, but it gave a very interesting look into Bridget and Andrew's relationship. Great one shot.
| PrincessMaylin chapter 1 . 4/29/2012
I loved this story. You gave great back ground to Greer and how she found out about Bridget. I really hope you continue to write sequel because I would love to see your take on how Bridget and Andrew get back together! Please write a sequel!
| BaronessBlixen chapter 1 . 4/29/2012
Wow, how awesome. This is my first Ringer story actually, thanks to you! I love the show and can only hope we'll get a second season. But now for the fic itself; it was amazing! I'm a huge Bridget/Andrew shipper and reading this from Greer's perpective is really interesting. Especially in light of her not knowing at first about Siobhan actually being Bridget. Also, I'm glad you have Greer as a nice person here. I kind of like her, too, and she deserves to be treated nicely. GREAT story!