|Reviews for Wethern's Law|
| Guest chapter 9 . 5/25/2014
Just found this story - its excellently done.
| Lono chapter 9 . 5/24/2014
Hooray for an update, and such a good one at that. After our discussion about milk and Oreos, I have been guzzling the stuff, so this chapter really spoke to me on multiple levels.
Can't wait for more!
Also, Lexie's commission is perfect!
| whytejigsaw chapter 9 . 5/24/2014
Excited to see where this goes.
| Empress-of-Verace chapter 9 . 5/24/2014
Love it! Can't wait for the next chapter!
| emedealer chapter 9 . 5/24/2014
Wow I'm late to this party! This story is litteraly hilarious.. I found myself laughing out loud multiple points in each chapter! I love this so much.. I hope we can get another one soon! Great writing :)
| Rocking the Redhead chapter 9 . 5/24/2014
Just caught up on this and I have laughed and awwwww'd too many times to count. Molly go easy on Sherlock he loves you!
| Imogen74 chapter 9 . 5/24/2014
Oh my gosh! So great. I can't wait to read their conversation! Worth the wait (and hoping the next chapter's wait is not quite so long).
| Ella Encantado chapter 9 . 5/24/2014
Dying for more :) great job!
| Writingwife83 chapter 9 . 5/24/2014
Oh wow! Things are happening! Yay! And I do so love that poster too. How do I get me one of those for my story haha?! Anyway, I still like this a lot and I hope that if there's another break between chapters that this one isn't nearly so long! ;)
| nobody's doorway chapter 9 . 5/23/2014
"The tension in the room was heavily competing with having to tell one of her case's parents that their son was murdered via erotic asphyxiation by a spurned lover for second place on her most-awkward-experience-list."
Wait, what ranks as the first?
I like Molly talking to her corpses.
"Molly," Sherlock's voice resonated through the door. "You and I both know I know you're there and I know you know I know you know."
That's a complicated sentence.
"He doesn't know I'm here, by the way. Thinks I'm off buying milk."
"How do you two go through so much milk?" The question burst out of Molly mouth, quite without her permission.
"I have no bloody idea. Even accounting for tea, cereal, and his experiments, it doesn't make any sense. I'm half convinced the man takes milk baths. Only explanation."
This chapter was great, with the revelation and everything!
| Poodle warriors chapter 9 . 5/23/2014
Very happy to read the latest chapter- this story has always put a smile on my face and made me chuckle!
| coolaquariun chapter 8 . 5/19/2014
Wonderful story , love the unique premise and all the lovely sherlolly interactions with great John -Sherlock banter,Thanks for sharing!
| nobody's doorway chapter 8 . 4/23/2014
Well. The next chapter promises to be full of awkwardness as they resolve matters.
| nobody's doorway chapter 7 . 4/23/2014
The inclusion of the father/son drama and the cabbie in their date made it better.
| nobody's doorway chapter 6 . 4/23/2014
"It's the little things that make all the difference and show that you care.
Your homework is to do something nice for John at least once a week, preferably more than that. It doesn't have to be a big romantic gesture (in fact, I'd avoid those at this level. It seems like it would be nice but 9 times out of 10 it's just awkward for all involved).
Make it small but thoughtful. Some ideas:
Have dinner ready when he gets home (takeaway counts) every once in awhile.
Do the shopping. What do you have against buying milk? John never shuts up about it. Maybe you should just buy him a cow to keep in the basement.
Make him a cuppa (DO NOT DRUG IT).
Tell him where you are going, don't go swanning off. Or at least send a text.
He works PRN at a surgery, right? Ask him how his day went and actually listen. If he has a problem, help him work it out.
Control your inner grammarian and literature critic. Don't mock his newest blog entry.
Let him get his way every once in awhile without a fuss.
Label any biohazardous material. (You REALLY should do that anyway.)
You are the smartest and most observant man, well person, I know. Give it time and you'll easily pick up what sort of things he appreciates. It doesn't have to be everyday, so stop making your stink face.
The best part is it is great practice for relationships and something you can continue do.
PS: Thank you for taking care of me this weekend.
PPS: Can you explain the sock index to me again? I don't understand why my cupcake socks are next to my stockings and my thigh highs were hidden behind my fuzzy green sleep socks…"
Every single word of this is golden, I couldn't stop laughing. The "reasons Sherlock is acting oddly" is also great, although not funny.
Sherlock burst into laughter, drawing the attention of the table of hipsters in the corner.
Shouldn't hipsters be eschewing chain coffee shops?
That was pricekess too.