Reviewer: Shannondoah (Signed)
28/07/10 02:52 PM · On:
A very suspenseful and entertaining story.
caught between needing to be a man, because that's what Dean would do, and wanting nothing more than to be a scared little boy. Beautifully described! I think we've all had moments like those.
Without Dean, well, there was just was no such thing as without Dean. Wow! I can imagine Sam thinking that. Dean was his everything.
If he'd been awake, he probably would have slapped Sam for even trying rto hold his hand and called him a candy ass. That made me smile, then when I read: "You can let go... my hand anytime... you candy ass" I couldn't stop laughing. It demonstrated the Winchester brother's sympatico. But he refused to let go of his brother's hand, candy ass or not. Hilarious!
Author's Response: Thanks so much for your detailed review. I enjoy knowing exactly what parts the reader enjoyed. :) I'm really glad you liked the story.
Reviewer: Amberdreams (Signed)
21/07/10 02:48 PM · On:
I like it a lot! Not too sweet, not too sentimental but full of emotion.
Am I feeding you compliments or candy?? You candy ass you... :D
Author's Response: I'd prefer to be fed candy. Chocolate please.
Reviewer: saltnburnem (Signed)
19/07/10 12:28 AM · On:
That was sweet. I like how Sam at asked Dean not to leave him....with Dad! You're too hard on yourself, Sonya! I like this dose of hurt!Dean!!
Author's Response: Thanks Terri. I really am my own worst critic but the back story for this one wasn't well thought out (I'm beginning to sound like a broken record in my review replies because I keep saying that!) but I'm probably doing way too much thinking on the one I'm writing now. Being OCD is definitely not a good thing at times! :)
Reviewer: lorz2 (Signed)
18/07/10 11:25 PM · On:
Awww...this is cute and..well, sad at the same time. The ending is cute, but when everyone is worrying it's really sad.
Author's Response: Thanks for the kind words and the stars! I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)
Reviewer: vonnie836 (Signed)
18/07/10 04:24 PM · On:
Well, I'm glad you posted this story, because even if you don't like it, I sure think its great. I loved how worried Sammy was and how he told John he shouldn't have left Dean. And John going to the restroom to cry, priceless. Really think it's well worth reading. Hugs, Vonnie
Author's Response: Thanks Vonnie. I appreciate that. Like I've told others, my biggest issue with it is the fact I rushed to expand on a drabble because people asked me to and I didn't take time to think out the whole back story for the hunt gone wrong. It just seems flimsy to me. But I tend to overthink things too so there you go. :)
Reviewer: Star (Signed)
16/07/10 11:52 PM · On:
I hope your denouncement of this fic wasn't a bid for compliments...But you do always hear that artists are their own harshest critics.
I loved this story. It had all the elements of SPN I love. It spoke to the family, brotherhood and love the boys and John had for eachother. Very great read. Just waiting now to see what your favourite stories are like. they must be freaking awesome!!!
No, it certainly wasn't a bid for compliments. I have struggled for weeks on whether or not to post it but like I said, I want all my fics here: the good, the bad and the ugly because I like this site so I finally bit the bullet and posted. My problem with it is it's just not well thought out and I can see now where I should have done some serious editing. But I'm glad you liked it and I'll have to edit my "denouncement" because I don't want people thinking I'm fishing for compliments. No matter whether readers like it or not, it's still my least favorite.
And just as I will tell you my least favorites, I'm more than happy to tell you my favorites too, if you want to know. :)
Reviewer: moira4eku (Signed)
16/07/10 09:57 PM · On:
Well, I for one loved your little one shot of hurt/Dean and comforting John and Sammy! Thanks for sharing your story.
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it. My problem with it is I can see how I rushed to extend the drabble and it's just not well thought out enough. I'm wanting to write some more comforting John sometime in the near future. Haven't went down that road very much in my writing. Thanks again!