|Reviews for Take Notice|
| Glassglo chapter 2 . 8/2
Nothing is better than #Jily but here is your review:
I absolutely adore you for writing these in Gil's POV I love YOUUU!
| FictionLover533 chapter 6 . 10/21/2017
You've captured Gilbert's character so well! Thank you for writing :)
| imadetiramisu chapter 6 . 6/29/2017
I'm loving this fanfiction, I hope you update soon!
| Fathomless83 chapter 6 . 6/25/2017
| Guest chapter 6 . 5/16/2017
Very good story. Well written. You stayed true to the books and characters. I'm sad that it looks like you've abandoned it. Might I suggest watching the new reboot on Netflix in hopes it will reignite your creative spark?
| Guest chapter 6 . 5/6/2016
Please write more! I love your story!
| Maraudasaurus7 chapter 1 . 4/18/2016
Love love love this! You write so well, I love how Gilbert knows how much the other girls fancy him aha :)
| Kalewis82 chapter 6 . 10/18/2015
Loved this story! I hope you continue it!
| kidcrooner chapter 6 . 8/20/2015
oh man, i am so happy that i found this fic.
this saved my soul; i dont think i can bear another minute of studying for school...and then this fic appeared!
really tho, my heart is just sosoSO happy with this, and how Gilbert's POV is so well-thought out and how you've given him the life that we didn't see much because we were busy enjoying Anne's canon POV. And i just love how he is just utterly DOOMED from the moment he saw her, from the moment her slate cracked over his head. *sighs with happiness* and i love how, to Gilbert, Anne is close to being untouchable at first, where he found himself being so utterly uncool every time he tries to make a move.
MY HEART IS BREAKING AND HEALING AT EVERY PARAGRAPH. HOW CAN YOU DO THIS.
All the same, thank you for writing this and i can't wait for the next update! :D
| Sadlynotred chapter 6 . 8/19/2015
This story is so delightful! I love the insight on Gilbert's thoughts and feelings. Please, do go on...
| Guest chapter 1 . 5/24/2015
I liked the chapter, but was distracted by the fact that you kept referring to characters by their titles. Rather than thinking of creative titles for Gilbert, like the younger Bly the or the brown haired boy, just call him by his name. A name is invisible to the reader and is the one word that is ok to repeat often in writing. However, the title pulls the reader out of the narrative and makes them think about your writing, rather than the story
| Guest chapter 6 . 5/18/2015
Just a reminder that your story is still being read and loved! I hope 2015 finds you with some more free time because you absolutely have a gift for writing and I can't wait to read your finished story!
| Snowgirl01 chapter 6 . 4/20/2015
Please post more
| Enna Energe chapter 6 . 3/19/2015
This is very well done! I hope you continue!
| Erika chapter 6 . 3/9/2015
Please update again! This is great!