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Very interesting take on Wolverine's healing factor. Don't think I've read a fic that has portrayed it like this before.
Only nitpick I have is with the last sentence, "She couldn't keep heal from his healing" it sound off to me, perhaps try suffering or enduring instead of heal.
I like this little drabble. But something tells me it isn't the first day of summer or winter (solstice) they are seeking, but rather 'solace', a kind of healing peacefulness. You got them to the right place, just need to lose a few letters to make the title match what you meant. --Wendie
Author's Response: God how embarassing. Dammed Typos lolrnThanks for the review!
"There’s something going on there that will one day raise its ugly head and wear us down till we realise it aint that ugly at all."
Yet another in the growing list of lines I wish I'd written. It's always interesting to hear from Ororo, especially on those rare occasions when she doesn't quite know how to express herself -- which in no way makes her anybody's fool. Cool fic. Looking forward to word number 3. --Wendie
Author's Response: Wow. Thanks again for such a wonderful review.rnHope the next one is as good as this one for you :]
This has to be one of the shortest and sweetest 'introductions' to the saga of these two characters that I have ever read. And yet, it doesn't miss a trick. Very clever. I look forward to the next 99 words with great anticipation.
Meanwhile, this one has a particularly great word in it -- Touché. -- Love the 'So there' of it. --Wendie
Author's Response: WOOOW! Thanks so much!!! Im really glad you liked it and Im so happy about your lovely comment!!! Thanks very much. The next installment should be up asap :]