Reviews For What It Will Take

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Reviewer: adafrog (Anonymous)
03 Mar 2008 7:22 pm
Very cool, thanks.
When Life Intervenes
Reviewer: Lenyia (Signed)
03 Mar 2008 4:09 pm
Maybe it's a little sugary, but I like it. But please, Radek is Czech, so he speaks Czech.

Author's Response: Sorry about was very late when I was writing that section. I remember thinking, "That's not right." I'll fix it.

Author's Response: Sorry about was very late when I was writing that section. I remember thinking, "That's not right." I'll fix it. As for the sugary, with this particular grouping I do get mushy. :-)
When Life Intervenes
Reviewer: go suck on a lemon (Signed)
20 Feb 2008 3:04 am
Absolutely marvy. :D
The Proposition
Reviewer: Laura_trekkie (Signed)
30 Jan 2008 12:27 am
A difficult topic nicely handled. I'm glad their relationship is secure enough that John was forgiven after explaining what had been going on in his head. I just wish there was some way for them all to be together, yet still doing the jobs they love. Still, it certainly proves their committment when you look at what they're willing to give up for a family.


Author's Response: Thank you...I just don't know where to take it now. I've tried a couple of times and keep starting over. Thoughts?
The Proposition
Reviewer: crazywriter10 (Signed)
28 Jan 2008 6:00 pm
Lovely. :]
The Proposition
Reviewer: Amanda Beckett (Signed)
28 Jan 2008 5:26 am
I don't know if I like this, I mean the structure and the writing is good but I think they are acting a little out of character, and are maybe a little too lovey-dovey/mushy for my liking. Otherwise it's ok.

Author's Response: To a certain extent for me to write this situation the character's have to be out of character, after all Cam was very straight in the show. There's also the idea that this is AU. The character's are not exactly the same as character's in the normal SGA. rnrnThank you for your thoughts though. I always wonder if I'm getting too mushy. It is a flaw of mine. I tend to think that if it can't happen in fiction, when can it? So, I get a bit far into the lovey-dovey.
The Proposition
Reviewer: Raven (Signed)
28 Jan 2008 3:08 am
Aw, I like it and I can't wait for more! Just one question though - when you write the sex scenes between the three of them, why do you make it such a huge chunk like that? Why don't you space it out like the rest of your writing?

Author's Response: I'm not sure. For some reason when I'm typing I can't seem to find a solid breaking point. I'm still working on that. Sex scenes aren't something I've really got a lot of experience with. I'm still working that out. Sorry if it's frustrating.
The Proposition