|Reviews for Avengers' Tower|
| DantalianHRyuu chapter 6 . 4/4
What kind of drugs were those? Damn he is stoned...
| Tekie Scythe chapter 19 . 6/20/2016
Ah man... that had to be the sweetest story ever. great ups and downs and filled to the brim with adorableness. Loves the whole thing!
| AliciaAlyss chapter 19 . 6/4/2016
Amazing story. I love it. I read it all day and i'm not dissapointed for losing that time. Thank you for the story.
| Fangthehedgewolf chapter 3 . 2/27/2016
Dear God Thor's been turned into a woman! XD you are an absolute genius! I love you, man! (Platonically)
| MissNikita chapter 19 . 12/12/2015
Absolutely loved this story, had me laughing so hard aswell, you kept the personalities of the characters so perfectly them.
| MissNikita chapter 5 . 12/11/2015
Hahahaha I'll never get to sleep if you keep making me choke i laughter, the ending is hilarious.
Totally love an adopted peter parker
| MissNikita chapter 3 . 12/11/2015
Haha Thor is killing me
| MissNikita chapter 2 . 12/11/2015
The mini-avengers were adorable, squeeeeeee
| Chatote chapter 2 . 10/19/2015
I really liked this chapter, too bad you didn't write more about little Tony being hard to handle...
| Nicolene B chapter 19 . 5/28/2015
Really enjoyed this!
| Ink Stained Quill chapter 19 . 5/25/2015
I loved it. Read it nonstop. Your language is rich and your characterizations are right on the money. Every single scene was enjoyable and it didn't slow down even once.
I just have one small technical critique. In some instances, instead of saying "he said" you say "it was said" or something similar. It was said and other similar passive verbal constructions are really only used with hypothetical situations or hearsay. Dialogue wouldn't be the object. It's more like: "It was said that Tony Stark once bought an entire island on a whim." Dialogue on the other hand is very present and you know that someone MUST be saying it. It's not as variable a situation.
If you want to vary the syntax of dialogue, which always keeps writing lively, try using different words "demand, extol, fume," etc. there's lots of very specific emotional words that would work really well. Another thing would be to leave it out completely and just have dialogue or to put dialogue after a colon perhaps.
If you want any more suggestions or want time to explain anything, feel free to PM me.
Sorry if this seemed really critical, but I loved this story so much and I just didn't want this small grammar formatting to take away from it. It would be just that bit smoother. But I LOVED THIS! :D
| 2manyfandomstho chapter 9 . 4/18/2015
(Been reading this ff today and I love it)
But oh wow was this chapter conflicting for me! I love the protectiveness of the team when dealing with Tony. He totally deserves it and I love that guy. And I totally understand he has so many problems and does not need a (nother) broken heart to top everything off. Lots of writers seem to overlook this and blame him for everything, always having the team make assumptions on him. So all the stars to you for giving him some loving!
But! I also love the captain. He was getting so many threats. All he ever did was love Tony! Leave him alone people (and he has plenty of his own problems as well).
However I do understand that this is your story and you have your own twist on it (AU duh.) I love how original it is, and I love the overbearing team. And all in all I'm happy to see Tony cared for and Steve warned off for once.
Really sorry about this messy review, I'm just tired and emotional lol. And my stupid phones keyboard is obnoxious.
| RoseJustice chapter 6 . 3/4/2015
Yeah, Clint. Shut up, dude. Just shut up.
Damn I love this story!
| RoseJustice chapter 5 . 3/4/2015
OMG! This rocks! I love the idea of them all wearing each other's merchandise! And poor Coulson...I can only imagine how terrifying those nightmares must've been...oh, but I love Tony's thing at the end! So adorable!
| RoseJustice chapter 2 . 3/3/2015
So adorable! They were all so stinkin cute! I loved Natasha! She really wasn't much different from her adult self, what with the threats and interrogation tactics...