Date: 07/30/2007 06:17 PM Title: Epilogue
Aww. I loved the epilogue, with all three living together in still kinda jealous at times, photo-sharing, happy, three-way sex happiness! Loved the fanboy moments and the oral fanfic. "Not exactly the norn, but neither are we." Perfect summary of these fun alternative relationships.
And as someone who works in the disability employment field, I was quite happy to see that Dean found a good job that suited his talents and wasn't impacted by his disability. What a good role model for employers everywhere! :) (I hope Harry provided whatever reasonable accommodations that Dean might have requested, as a good employer should....)
So pleased that you liked the Epilogue! It was one of the few things I've written when I actually laughed aloud at it. There are a few cameos, there... ;)
I'm also really pleased that Dean's abilities despite his obvious dis-abilities were allowed to shine through. I'd not given much thought to living blind until this story, and it's really given me a lot of pause. I'm sure that Harry was accommodating and did it with grace. :)
Date: 07/27/2007 06:21 PM Title: Chapter 10
Sorry I haven't reviewed yet. What a wonderful story - I'm sad that it's coming to an end! I really like seeing alternative relationships portayed in fiction - there are so many ways that people can be in relationships, other than the usual one true love type pairings. And I love how you portray this polyamorous relationship - you accurately depict the jealousy, the love, the need for communication and trust.
And this is such a beautiful image:
"Seamus watched their easy banter with some awe; he'd not ever seen them act so uninhibited and casual in their interactions. It made him want to jump into their very middle, as though their affections were warm mud he could squish between his toes, tactile and slightly indecent."
Warm mud - hee hee!
Author's Response: I'm so glad that you've enjoyed this story!! As one who has been intrigued by alternative relationships for some time, I'm pleased that you felt this has seemed real and true to life. And I'm thrilled that you liked that image!! I really liked it too; it is such a decadent pleasure to squish one's toes in mud. :)