Reviews For The Broom Cupboard
Reviewer: Gin_Drinka
Date: 02/17/09 21:24
Chapter: The Broom Cupboard

I have to say, I really love that. The summary instantly drew me in.

I love second person, of course, always have, and you did a great job with it in this. I also like that you kept the girl's identity a secret. I liked basically everything about this. Except that the ending was a little cold. But of course, that's a stylistic thing I have. It was all well-written, original, and lovely. :) I wish there were more. Great job!

Author's Response: Thanks, Mia (my second person inspiration!), for the sweet review. I'm so glad you liked this; it was so much fun to write. :)

Reviewer: Sunny_Rainbow
Date: 02/16/09 11:52
Chapter: The Broom Cupboard

Oh my goodness that was amazing. It was so sad I cried.

Author's Response: Aw, thanks! I'm glad you liked it :)

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