Such a thrilling story! I couldn't stop reading until the very end. Your writing gets better and better!
From: sharon Date: 10/20/2016
This was excellent! At first, it reminded me of the wonderful Ravenschild's "The Things We Remember." Thank you for sharing.
From: Gerda Date: 10/04/2016
wow, a very angsty and tormenting read ! I very much like the way Napoleon is agonizing about how he broke his promise to Illya, and how he comes to a new appreciation of his partner. It is an ingenious plot-line to let the finding of Illya´s whereabouts depend on how often he (Illya) can get his captor to let him ´play´with his victim, and how said victim realizes pretty well that he can only stay alive by allowing his captor to play with him… it is a bit scary actually to realize such people do exist.