Sometimes the kindness of strangers can kill intentions faster than curiousity.
- "But fate is instincts worst enemy. And the rain was drowning that morning in fate." That line is just perfect.
Another beautiful update. Everything just flows so well.
And you continue to throw in those little hints that just make this character so intriguing. Nice work.
This gets my rating xx
Author's responseThat was one of my favorite lines also. It wasn't apart of the first two drafts of the chapter though. It was seriously added in just before I actually posted this chapter.
Thank you for paying such close attention to the detail. There's a lot I want you to know about Lindsey, about Andy, that would seem so cliche. At least, that's what it seems broken heart have vecome these days.
Thanks again for the rating. I love reading your reviews.
- "Begging himself for an explanation, he concluded it was only because she was probably the only person he had ever met that seemed to be more complicated then Peter Wentz."
Yeah, that made me chuckle, but it was well written. Who am I kidding, this whole thing was yet again written with such style and flow. I feel as though I don't work hard enough on my own writing. You're raising the bar, my dear. Good job! Keep up the fabulous work.
Author's responseI love that everyone who quoted from this chapter managed to pick out my favorite parts. That made me chuckle too, if only being Peter's complexity constantly worries/infuriates me.
And about me raising the bar, I'm not so sure about that. Cloak and Dagger is still one of the best stories I've had the pleasure of reading on this site. Of all the boys, I think that I can write Peter, Joe, and Andy. But I cannot for the life of my write Patrick decently. I greatly aprreciate your compliments though.
(#) GwenMerlon 2007-03-31 11:06:50 AMAhhh!!! This was absolutely fantastic!!! I loved it! (And I finally got to rate, which is becoming hard to do in your stories!)
"Instinct always told Lindsey to run away. But fate is instincts worst enemy. And the rain was drowning that morning in fate." I thought this was so well worded and perfect, I just had to tell you so. Really, you're brilliant and I simply cannot get enough of Andy and Lindsay.
Yay! I still have another chapter to read!!! :)
Author's responseThe amounts of ratings has seriously surprised me. I'm not sure if I can even express how grateful I am to everyone who have been reading and rating and reviewing.
I think that line was one of my favorites too. I'm not sure if I said this already, but it wasn't even apart of the chapter until the very last second before I posted. I love when lines like that just strike.
(#) talynnisdead 2008-01-22 09:05:28 PMThis is fantastic!
i love the ones without the promise of a happy ending
not to say i don't like a happy ending lol
but really, great job
Author's responsehappy endings are hard to come by for Lindsey Hawk.
I'm glad you like the story.