Reviews For Affirmation II
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Reviewer: youtooblondie Signed [Report This]
Date: 05/15/2011 12:16 pm Title: Affirmation II

oh, this is wonderful! it's been a while since i read this one and i believe it was one of my first slash stories and i fell in love with it- their devotion to one another, the way their lives had changed so dramatically, their one true constat- each other.

the story really kept you on the edge of your seat the whole time- and golly, the ending here. the meeting at the top of the stairwell- the culminating love... so good.

one of my favorites, for sure! thank you!

Author's Response:

Thank you! My goodness, I'm so honored that you loved the relationship I present in this series. I truly believe their partnership could overcome any challenge or change in circumstances, and I'm delighted that this came across in the story. I really appreciate your taking the time to review the story, and I am so sorry that I'm just now responding. I just now figured out how to respond to reviews here at the archive. Yes, I'm more than a little tech-challenged. *grin* Bless you for your support and encouragement. {{hugs}}

Reviewer: arcadii Signed [Report This]
Date: 04/12/2011 10:27 pm Title: Affirmation II

At the risk of WTMI, I beg to differ regarding the darkened backyard. :)  Really enjoyed this series, but maybe someone should tell Mannigan that there's a difference between dedication and fanaticism, or then again, maybe there's a reason that he sleeps in a closet.  Maybe the guys should do a little matchmaking and get Mr. Eyebrow a blond, blue eyed boy-toy of his own.

Author's Response:

Thank you so much for the lovely review! I'm so glad you enjoyed the series. As for Mannigan, well, he has some back story of his own, which I touch on in Affirmation III and plan to continue exploring in later stories. Your idea about the closet is quite creative, but actually Mannigan's one of those "straight but not narrow" individuals. Life has thrown some curve balls his way, though, and his work is his main solace and refuge. As zealous persons often do, he tends to assume other people will be just as zealous, but he'll begin to reevalute his givens as the series progresses. Again, thank you so much for your support and encouragement, and I apologize that I'm just now responding. I just figured out how to reply to reviews here at the archive. Bless you for reading! {{hugs}}

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