Review for Dressed
I read this story twice (once yesterday and again today). I love the tension created in the scene between Kyouya and Haruhi when he saw her undressed! I'm REALLY trying not to gush like a demented schoolgirl on a sugar high, but it's really hard. ;)
deep breath Ok.
Once again, another entertaining story! The portrayal of characters in the tale is believable and in keeping with the manga's storyline (canon? I'm not too familiar with correct fanfic terms.)
This is another fascinating insight into Kyouya's psyche, looking beyond the surface and yet doesn't jar the reader into thinking this is only someone else's wishful fantasy. Nevertheless, this definitely fulfills MY fantasy that Kyouya is a still water that runs deep person - tightly leashing back his passionate emotions! At times, it feels like I'm reading a continuation to the original manga instead of fanfiction. :)
Of course, there will always be elements intrinsic in the world of fanfiction that is inescapable: the written outlet in which our deepest fantasies (unfulfilled in the manga) are realized. This, though, is woven seamlessly into the backbone of the story.
Maybe it's because I'm a Kyouya fan and thusly, hideously biased, but this is definitely a story well-worth reading!
Thank you for sharing, whimsey. I am really looking forward to future Ouran High School stories by you!
p.s. I'm partial to blue diamond engagement rings... ;)
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