Atlanta and Theresa aren't like the other girls they know. Femmeslash. Mythology references now more clearly presented and explained in greater detail. Please read the notes before you review.
- I really enjoyed this one. Most romance insists on being really in your face, whereas this was subtle. Really well done.
Author's responseThanks :) I've never really written romance before -- it's usually not my thing, regardless of the pairing -- and I'm usually a stickler for subtlety, so I definitely appreciate this comment a lot. I'm glad you liked it.
- Very interesting. I liked how you used a more subtle romance, whereas there is almost no romance and the story could in fact almost pass as a friendship one-shot. Yours seems to be the only femmeslash story for COTT and it's great that you made yours as excellant as you did instead of the "Atlanta was going to do it. She was finally going to come out and tell Theresa that she liked her more than a friend." approach. Good job!
Author's responseThanks very much for a thoughtful and intelligent review :) I'm really glad you liked that the story went for more subtle overtones rather than something more explicit, as that was definitely what I was trying to go for. And hey, good to know that my first time writing femmeslash just for fun didn't turn-out so badly :) Thanks again!