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I have read all three parts in one go but I have left the review for the first part because the Greek mythology theme was so engaging. I learned to love books through fairytales and Greek mythology in elemantary school, so when you connected Logan and Atlas I was in geek heaven :-). That said, I have adored the pace of both sequels, and your version of Logan and Marie has left me with such good feeling. I love how they are fleshed out and their interactions are simply fascinating to me... I loved the scene when Logan confesses why he was waiting so long to come back in Thanksgiving, and the love scenes in the guesthouse were amazingly done. Everything is tied up so nicely but you had me wishing for more :-) and that's the biggest compliment from me. Since then I'm having a hard time finding the stories that have left such an impact on me. Thank you again! Ps I have loved all your stories on this site. The OCD freak in me did not let me rest :-)
Your pacing was great throughout – not rushed but not dragged out either. Loved the wise beyond her years deep understanding from Rogue in the first fic and the very well written ‘scenes’ in the third that you managed to write with a gentleness and ease that made it a pleasure to read. You kept the continuity going with each added fic (not as easy as it may sound and many who continue a fic fail miserably to end up with a story that flows as you read two or more together.)
I do however, have a hatred for lyrics attached to a fic in any way shape or form (don’t worry it’s just me but I think they take away rather than add anything to a story) but at least I knew they were coming from the title! Trouble is, now I can’t get the song out of my head!!
I enjoyed all three fics - well done x
Author's Response: Thank you for such a detailed and lovely review! And Dido's song simply "slipped" into the fic unbidden; the text was a spot-on image of Rogue's situation after the first night with Logan. And the thought of her embarrassment made me grin. Plus that I'm just watching all three seasons of the TV-show "Roswell", where that song - which is one of my all-time-favorites - is used as a title theme. And yes, I can't get it out of my head either. *grins*rn
i loooooooooooved it. moar i want moar
Author's Response: Erh... I fear this really was the end of what I never thought would be a trilogy in the first place. *weak grin* But I'm very glad that you love it. Thank you! rnrnCúthalion
I've read both of your previous parts of this on ffdotnet and reviewed there, but thought I'd review this here. So. Cute. I liked this a lot. It wasn't cliche, and had a nice balance. Well done. :)
Author's Response: Thank you very much!
BRAVO!! BRAVO!!! Wonderful sequel to the sequel! Thank you so much for letting me know this was up, posted and ready for public consumption!! I LOVED IT!!
Author's Response: My pleasure. *bows, smiling*