Date: 07 Apr 2011 10:59 pm Title: No Shame in a Save Haven
oooohhhhh...my heart was just dying to read more! amazing as usual. seriously, i've never read such a beautiful combination of words. i often feel like i'm reading poetry or something when i read your writing. *sigh* thank you for the new chapter. the fawn fetus was just heart breaking. i'm extremely sensitive to animals so i felt the full overwhelming sadness. i'm sure had they not been so distracted by their feelings for each other, they would have heard its heartbeat. so sad. :( i did like how carlisle took control and banished the unfortunate experience from her mind. i'm sooo hoping they finally tell each other how they feel next chapter while carving. it would be so perfect and i'm dyyyying for it! :)
Thank you! I'm working hard on the next chapter and I'm eager to share it with you as soon as I can. I really appreciate your reviews and your interest in the story. :)
Date: 07 Apr 2011 8:20 pm Title: An Accidental Need
So the trials aren't done with, but she's not as hysterical about them. She welcomes the support both Carlisle and Edward are giving her. And she tries to get beyond whatever is causing her distress.
I think Esme's going to have trouble, but I also think she will be more successful in the end.
Date: 07 Apr 2011 4:33 pm Title: Underneath Weeping Willows
"His face was strewn with sorry, and somehow strained..."
"The warm wind that waved through the leaves mingled with the reflections dancing off of the nearby lake, giving them impression that they were underwater."
Date: 07 Apr 2011 4:32 pm Title: Underneath Weeping Willows
This is the way I should have been from the start... For him to come to her with such tenderness, showing how he cared for her, and for her to tell him her insecurities rather than bottling them in.
Many of the small bricks they had laid toward building their love as time had gone on had been knocked down during resent events. But now they're starting over.
Date: 06 Apr 2011 3:49 pm Title: When it Rains it Pours
I like your chapter titles, and this is one that is perfect for what happens in this one.
I think maybe "honesty is the best policy" is beginning to "air out the dirty laundry," but sometimes "it's darkest before the dawn".
(Sorry, I don't know why those phrases came to mind, but put together they were pretty much what I wanted to say anyway, so I just went with it.)