|Reviews for Freedom|
| Lori Mereel chapter 1 . 8/9/2014
... can you continue this...
| Nerreth chapter 2 . 5/23/2014
Good story. Keeps suspense and interest well - you can't stop in the middle. Good added details from previous version.
| Oratorio chapter 1 . 8/13/2013
Oof. I liked the dialogue between Mykale and Fenris - the beginnings of understanding for them both, I think, but in particular Fenris. It was a real challenge to the way he thinks, without being overtly *challenging* for him.
I'd recommend a trigger warning at the beginning though as although not graphic, it does go to dark places (not just literally) and might upset or trigger some people who have experienced abuses.
A couple of typos that could be ironed out to make it even smoother - for example, "You asked me what manor of mage I am" - manor should be manner. And later, Isabela refers to Fenris' taunt body instead of his taut body. Stuff that slips through spellcheck!
I really like your characterisation though and would be interested to see how relationships develop beyond the one-shot, should you ever expand on it!
| Nerreth chapter 1 . 1/10/2013
Very good. Nice interaction and development between Hawke and Fenris.
| Gotta Dance 88 chapter 1 . 12/20/2012
| Alunesta chapter 1 . 9/30/2012
This is one of the best fanfics ever! The characters are perfect and the i like the comparison. :D Definatly going on my favorites.
| Eleneri chapter 1 . 9/19/2012
This is well done and lovely. Thank you! Your Fenris is magnificent - I can hear that growly voice in his dialogue now - and your Hawke is very similar to how I play mine. Well done, indeed. Please write more!
| Musicalrain chapter 1 . 9/13/2012
One of the best mage Hawke x Fenris oneshots I've read. It was awesome. :)
| starlightarcher chapter 1 . 9/8/2012
Love it! Very well articulated reasons. If only everyone in Thedas could just be more open-minded and less bigoted... can anyone imagine such a world?
| Emantsal chapter 1 . 9/8/2012
That was very well written. I enjoyed your story very much. Nice use of setting, mood, and dialogue to create a good read.