Reviews For The Son Becomes the Father
Lovely nom de plume....
Still reading and re-reading your stories --- please think about writing more of this wonderful tale.*giving a bouquet of spring flowers and a chocolate box*
Did you know your splendid banner by J. Worley for this story, the one with
the 6.1" magnificently male Severus and small Harry , has been changed to a yeowling kitten? It has gone. Can you and JW. restore it to this site? It was making me sit dreamy-eyed, with violet pink sighs, for many long minutes, before I started reading.
I miss it, and Alan R., very much - like we all do. The world is empty without that Londoner. Unmistakable.
(Ps. I only give Will Shakespeare 1o in rating.)
Happy New Year to you and yours.
You stopped writing right when it came to be really tense... such a cliffhanger.
2017 is nearly ending... please don't abandon this story. So many people have loved and reviewed... we deserve a closure...
it comes to a blank halt here...
Poor Toby, perplexed grim Sev, -let him be kind to the bewildered and sullen youngling, feeling abandoned by his beloved brother That was cruel!-
tense Irma, not 'La Douce',( after the wonderful film by the same name starring Shirley Maclaine)
and house-hunting Harry.
Isn't it soon 2017?
Does the computer live again?
*hopping on the spot,
my teapot is full of brewed Darjeeling, there are Digestives and chocolates on the plate, and I have some hours free to read...?
purring gently as the missing Felix the kitteh* Pleeze UPDATE. 'Tis torture.
Thank you again!
Thank you so much for this lovely review! I always appreciate hearing feedback :-)
There's a note on my profile about my writing and future updates, so you'll be happy to hear I will be continuing this story - absolutely! I have still been working on it when I can. Those are indeed scenes to look forward to ;-)
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