Reviews For Unconditional
Reviewer: Ironic Inspiration
Date: 01/25/08 18:06
Chapter: Unconditional

This is very, very sad, but it left me wanting more. I love your writing style. It's beautiful. And i think it gave the tone justice.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review! I'm glad you like it!

Reviewer: Heiress_of_Insanity_
Date: 01/01/08 18:45
Chapter: Unconditional

OK, the banner for that story was way too intriuging! (how do you spell that word?) So I clicked on the link and am VERY glad I did. What a hopeless, yet hopeful, sad yet happy, good-times, bad-times story! It is one of my favorites that you've written (probably because I have a thing for friends falling for each other *squees*).

The way you wrote is, apparently, hard, yet the words flow together wonderfully, and your descriptions are amazing. You're an INCREDIBLE writer. Excellent job! *waves around a Gabriel/Eden banner*~

H_o_I_

PS: *crosses arms and taps foot impatiently* Make Me Better? Ah, sorry for asking, but I think I'll bug you until you UPDATE! Unless, of course, it is on hiatus, in which case I'll write the story myself (not really) ;) Or ask for plot details...

Author's Response: OMG >.> Thank you!!! I have a thing for friends falling for each-other too. I do it wa-ay too often :p I'm so happy you like it!!! And I promise I'll update MMB. As soon as I find a new Beta!

Reviewer: SexY_LydZ
Date: 12/14/07 23:01
Chapter: Unconditional

This is one of those rare stories that pulls off second person, you did it absolutely magnificently. It was so beautiful, I loved it.

Author's Response: OOH!! Lydia, thanks!!! I'm glad you liked it!!!

Reviewer: hazeltwilight
Date: 12/09/07 9:58
Chapter: Unconditional

That was really good and sweet and sad. It's a wonderful feeling when your depressed to know that someone cares. I'm really glad that things get better for her.

I also like your use of the second person, it really makes the reader instantly care about her (how can they not - when there are the her!) Second person isn't easy to do, but you did it quite well.

Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it! Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: Trucker
Date: 11/22/07 2:06
Chapter: Unconditional

WOW! That one hit home -- the depth of depression that drives you to hurting yourself. That's good, because I have a daughter who was close to doing that when a friend intervened and convinced her to ask for help. Well done!

Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it! Self injury is something I have read about, and I have heard about, but I have never (thank g-d) tried it myself, so I am glad it felt real! Thanks for the review!

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