Oh. I am terribly moved by this one, probably too much to make a coherent review. Though a good bit of fluff is nice to balance out the lust and angst, this is no cheap fluff.
I like how Lulu is starting to reclaim herself, even with the added tension of Kimahri's suspicions. I can see Auron's singing voice being different than his speaking voice, and the hymn makes a lot of sense here.
My only tiniest nitpick may be my own fault, but I am anal about comprehension and I cannot discern what exactly happened to make the cot flip over. Auron settling his weight on it? Lulu jumping on him? Or?
Superb, as usual.
Oh, you are all being so incredibly SWEET to me today with wonderful reviews! Speaking of fluff. For what it's worth, I imagined that when Lulu lurched up like a jack-in-the-box and threw herself at Auron, she leaned too far and tipped it. Possibly I need to rephrase that section.