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Reviewer: Tarlan (Anonymous)
12 Dec 2005 9:41 pm
Loved the progression of this relationship from the first tentative brush to the final acceptance that this was what they both needed for always :-)

Author's Response: Thanks. That's a great way to phrase it "the first tetative brush". Thanks so much.
Reviewer: Krysalys (Signed)
29 Oct 2005 6:57 am
Wonderful job. I definitely love the breaks in the writing, too. ----}-@ Krys

Author's Response: Thank you very much.
Reviewer: (Anonymous)
15 Sep 2005 11:38 pm
Your format was perfect - highlighting the uncertainty that most relationships go through as they start. I don't know any real-life couples that began to live together after their first... which makes this bumpy road all the more believable. Thanks for making me feel good at the end though.

Author's Response: I have to admit, I'm a sucker for happily-ever-afters--even if my version usually involves a lot of twisting to get there. I'm glad it was believable and that it made you feel good. Thank you for the review.
Reviewer: Laura_trekkie (Signed)
15 Sep 2005 10:44 am
Very nice. I loved the progression of their relationship and was sad when it seemed to finish just as it was getting started. So I was happy to see them resume when they needed something that was normal back on Earth. And the final scene, with John realising that this is how it was now, how it had to be, was great. Laura.

Author's Response: Thank you so much. I really can't see Rodney and John ever having an easy time of it together, but once they get on the same page, it would work. Thanks again.
Reviewer: Puppet (Anonymous)
15 Sep 2005 6:45 am
I liked what you did with the POV. And the progression you made with John wondering if their relationship was maybe a daydream, maybe too real, and then finally something that could only be that way and no other. Also, I noticed a lot of writers are picking up on the otherworldly "can't go home again" scenario that our beloved expedition should seem to be going through. I liked your take on it as well.

Author's Response: Thank you. It was kinda odd because I wasn't sure whose point of view I was writing for awhile...I think there may be some influence from a story called About a lamp which is quite excellant. I noticed the "can't go home again" theme too, although I always thought of it as more of a "Earth is no longer home", but, yeah. Thank you again for your feedback!
Reviewer: chaps1870 (Anonymous)
15 Sep 2005 6:33 am
Very nice.

Author's Response: Thank you.