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Reviewer: Laura_trekkie (Signed)
12 Jan 2006 6:29 pm
Nooo, you can't leave it there! I've a pretty good idea what happened to scare John (even if he says he's *not* scared!), but I'd love to see it resolved; *why* can't John simply admit his feelings? I thought you wrote Rodney's reactions very well- the initial careful touch and his retreat into anger and spite to hide his hurt when John pulled back. It was a shame that John couldn't stop that surprised movement as it obviously wasn't intentional. And then Rodney's anger and snark sparked John's and all hope for a proper talk was gone :(. I feel a bit sorry for Carson being stuck in the middle- I wonder if he realises what he's setting himself up for if they manage to get hold of John for good? *g*. Laura.

Author's Response: Thanks for your review. Will I leave it there? Honestly? I don't know. I mean y'know I've got 90 S/M/B fics to kill, so I *might* do a sequel. I have to admit that, when I wrote my first S/M/B fic, I was nervous and indecisive (and still am), because it was my first time, writing about this particular pairing. And, when I am typing out a particular scene, I have to pause and think: ‘Is this how McKay, Sheppard or Beckett react?’ So for me, it is still kinda daunting, because I want to have the characters right. Only time will tell.
Can’t Lose What You Never Had
Reviewer: just a reader (Anonymous)
12 Jan 2006 4:18 pm
This fic is interesting, but the premise needs to be explored a little more; it leaves the reader going "What? Who? When? Where?" until the very end. And an unrelated note: please don't upload this many stories at once. It's nicer for fans of your work to get the stories spread out, and it keeps other authors' stories from getting lost in the flood.

Author's Response: Thank you, for your review. That was my main intent to make the reader ask questions. On the unrelated note..*blushes* when I posted these fics, I'd been on cloud nine, all day-long (lame excuse-heh. I'll keep it your advice in mind.
Can’t Lose What You Never Had
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