Great descriptions! Good mood setting. Thanks for sharing.
From: Kiwi Bird Date: 10/03/2010
There are some things I really love about this story: Illya attempting to defeat the truth serum, Illya letting Napoleon wash his hair, Napoleon feeling guilty about asking Illya questions while he's under the influence, and Illya being his adorable crabby self.
But I was frustrated by other things: Waverly leaving Illya in the hands of Thrush for so long, the bizarre behavior of the "good cop" (his personality and motivation never really seemed consistent or convincing), and, most of all, Napoleon leaving Illya in the hands of a Thrush interrogator for much too long before he rescued him.
So, I have mixed feelings about this fic. Overall, it was definitely a win, but certain aspects really were frustrating. *sigh* Forgive me for my frankness, please. I wouldn't leave such a detailed comment if I didn't love your writing. Thanks so much for sharing it.
From: Sabine Griffin Date: 01/17/2009
Ah! I really like this. Woody scares me though. :/
From: Neon Date: 10/04/2008
Quote: "Illya was hardly a demonstrative lover, almost insultingly indifferent if Napoleon were honest about it. He seldom whispered endearments, his moans of appreciation were grudgingly few and far between, his climaxes so controlled he could have them at church, if he had ever been in one. He often hid his face in the covers, in the pillow, in his own hands, hiding his reactions - that is - if they existed at all. And when he did talk? Complaints, instructions, demands - as if he were working out a complicated equation - totally focused on the solution and impatient with the process."
Great descriptive characterization of Illya. I totally enjoyed this story.