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Reviewer: Jayne (Anonymous)
21 Nov 2006 6:09 pm
Very nice! It shows some of Teyla's unknown weaknesses and Rodney's surprising strengths...which we dont' get to see enough of.
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Reviewer: Aleana15 (Anonymous)
15 May 2006 4:14 pm
That was a lovely story. I love your detailed descriptions of Atlantis and the gradual growth of their relationships. It mirrors the growth of a plant, so it obviosuly is a greenhouse after all! A wonderful fic, I really enjoyed reading it. Thank-you
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Reviewer: Asanno (Signed)
10 Feb 2006 12:36 am
That was a nicely written little story. I think Rodney and Teyla are a very interesting pairing, and you handled it quite nicely. I love the idea of swapping constellation stories.
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Reviewer: chaseliquor (Anonymous)
09 Nov 2005 6:38 am
This was an awful nice story. I enjoyed this a lot and really believed it fit within the characterizations we've seen on the show. Great stuff.
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Reviewer: Keenir (Signed)
19 Oct 2005 1:24 am
Lovely fic. Bravo. I can see how muh torture it'd be, for Teyla, coming from a society where family and closeness are far more prominent than in the society which produced McKay. As for the end, I'm not sure that qualifies as "being alone." :) Sequel, please?

Author's Response: Oh, thank you! I'm glad to hear it worked for you. As of now, there's no plans for a sequel but I'm pretty sure I have a few more Teyla/Rodney stories in me ;o))
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Reviewer: Porthos (Anonymous)
22 Sep 2005 4:22 am
Ooh, wow. I love how you develop the relationship between them as completely natural and true to character. The romance is unobtrusive, sweet and almost innocent. Truly wonderful Teyla/Rodney fic, gives me the warm fuzzies. Any more in the works?

Author's Response: *grins* Thank you! And frankly, I think there might one or two more Rodney/Teyla stories in me. Something about this pairing makes me v. happy ;o)
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Reviewer: Puppet (Anonymous)
12 Sep 2005 1:02 am
Of the few Teyla/Mckay stories, this is one I really like. Teyla seems almost to be the type of character you could see with anyone, given her go with the flow, personable attitude. But with Mckay you have to give him a softer side to even image him with most. Most writers get this, and try to make him a "kinder, gentler" Mckay and often go too sappy in doing so. You didn't go too far; you fit him and Teyla together without to much fuss. Good job.

Author's Response: *beams* Oh this is so nice to hear! And you're right, Rodney/Teyla is one of those pairings that doesn't get written too often and I think one of the reasons is exactly what you pointed out -- these two *shouldn't* work together. But I'm ohsohappy to hear that they worked for you! Yay me! :o)))
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