|Reviews for There's a Word for It|
| Capricorn75 chapter 20 . 6/20/2016
This chapter ripped my heart out. All those goodbyes to say. I would be an intelligible mess.
| Anwe chapter 20 . 6/20/2016
This is one of my absolute favourite stories!
I wasn't sure abut starting to read it though, The summary didn't really excite me. But I sure am glad that I did.
I'm excited to see how Bella will take to Vamp-life.
Thank you for wonderful writing!
| luvyateamedward chapter 20 . 6/20/2016
Awesome writing! It was so sad. To imagine the pain. Thanks for updating. Can't wait for the next update!
| i.luv.twilight2 chapter 20 . 6/20/2016
Cancer is an unfeeling bitch. It was nice to see Bella and Charlie come to a peace of sorts with their history. Good chapter.
| sarah1018 chapter 20 . 6/20/2016
I'm so happy you're back and this chapter is up! I've been thinking about this story since I discovered it last month, and thank goodness Bella finally gave in and agreed to be changed, sometimes I can't deal with how stubborn her character is. It was also really nice to have closure with Yolanda and Charlie. Thanks for this story, can't wait for the next chapter!
| JulieToo chapter 20 . 6/20/2016
So much pain and sadness for so many characters in this chapter. Physical and emotional and more.
Turning into a vampire on a plane with a medical suite? Sounds pretty classy.
| Guest chapter 20 . 6/20/2016
Wow, very heavy and sad. It did move so quickly to this point, wasn't expecting that. At least in this world, there can be a happy outcome.
| Lizzie Paige chapter 20 . 6/20/2016
Can't wait for the next update ;)
| KTNCullen chapter 20 . 6/20/2016
Emotional blackmail or not, I'm glad Rosalie spoke up. Bella needed a clear picture of the consequences of every choice. Thank goodness she chose right. I just hope Edward got to her in time at the end there! EEEP! I'll be patiently waiting for the next chapter. Thank you!
| DutchGirl01 chapter 20 . 6/19/2016
Happy birthday to Mr. Prince.
Absolutely loved this chapter, great work as usual.
| kiwihipp chapter 20 . 6/19/2016
That was intense, but beautifully written! I'm glad that Rosalie told Bella the truth about Edward's plans, once she was gone! This way, she gets to stay with him and get her happy ever after ending and all the others see her gone the proper way, not just disappearing. I am glad that she made up with Charlie, he reacted like so many other react when they are involved with cancer sufferers, especially when it happened before hospice and palliative care became the norm.
| KB-94 chapter 20 . 6/19/2016
I'm so glad you're still updating this story! I love it. It's so well written and the characters are perfect. I really hope you update again soon! not many chapters left I bet!
| Pathomnemonic chapter 20 . 6/19/2016
Wow, so much happened! Thank you for a great chapter as always.
| Guest chapter 20 . 6/19/2016
My sincere condolences. My aunt and my grandfather both died this week from cancer. It's a wretched disease... Great update though. Thanks for sharing.
| Momatu chapter 20 . 6/19/2016
I was so excited to see this updated today!
I so SO loved that you pointed out what has always erked me-Edward would never have gone to the Volturi in New Moon. The moment Aro read his thoughts, the Cullens and Quileutes would've been as good as dead. He would've done exactly what you said-found some random nomad and picked a fight he'd have lost on purpose. And I also loved that you pointed out that humans accidentally kill other humans, too.
I liked that you had closure for Bella and Charlie.
I'm sorry to hear about the two people close to you who were diagnosed. The daughter-in-law of a co-worker of mine passed away from a form of cancer just this month. She was only about 30, and had been sick and fighting for about two years. I don't think your could find anyone anywhere who hasn't lost a loved one to some form of cancer. Both of my husband's parents died from cancer. My aunt, my dad's sister, was told several years ago she had six months to live. She lived five years, and most of that time she was pretty good. At work, we had three women with breast cancer at the same time. We lost one.