Date: June 24, 2009 03:15 pm Title: Succubus
I loved this story so much. I thought for a moment that Pam really was a vampire because of the way the story progressed. It's so great to hear Jim talk about his suspicions with Mark and how awesome Mark is to point out the fact that Jim's just obsessed w/ Pam. You write such real images. All right, I'll stop gushing and just say "Great job!"
Date: June 22, 2009 02:08 pm Title: Halfling
I realized that leaving just one review for such an excellent story is not cool so here I am again. As a big fan of possessive Jim, I adore this chapter/story. It was sexy, hot, sweet, funny and basically great overall. I especially loved the camping scene. Excellent job!
Date: June 10, 2009 10:23 pm Title: Somnio
I love this story (stories?). The way you incorporated Jim and Pam into these different scenarios (vampires, werewolves, and past lives) was so good. It was both hot (the fact they couldn't keep their hands off each other) and sweet (it's obvious that they're so in love). Excellent work!
Date: September 05, 2008 02:13 pm Title: Succubus
Wow, I really loved this. I've always been into the idea of past lives and reading about Jim and Pam having them is just really cool. As I said before (previous review), I really like that your stories are out of the ordinary and that on top of that, they're very well written. I really love your work.:)
Date: September 05, 2008 09:50 am Title: Succubus
I loved this! It's so new and refreshing and unlike anything I've ever read (which I always find to be a bonus, 'cause after a while a lot of fics just fade together, you know?) It was also a little scary though, my imagination got the best of me and for a while I thought the ending would be very.. bloody, if you know what I mean. Anyway, I really loved this. Now I'm going to read the other chapters.=)
Date: May 26, 2008 09:25 pm Title: Succubus
i'd like to bring your attention to this painting by edvard munch (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Munch_vampire.jpg). while i'm not suggesting you alter your story based upon this painting, but i kept thinking about it while reading! i love this so so much. i love mark. i love jim! heeee! and i love that you said this: Please review if you liked. I worked really hard on this. candor! how refreshing! your hard work was indeed palpable.
Date: February 16, 2008 02:45 pm Title: Somnio
This is extremely intriguing. The idea that Jim and Pam knew each other in another life, that they just knew they were meant to be together, makes a lot of sense. The past life story was sooo depressing, but the present life made up for it.
All in all, I loved it!
Date: February 12, 2008 07:38 pm Title: Somnio
Ooh, creepy and somewhat sweet, rolled into one. Creepy obviously for the backstory and its effect on Jim, but sweet because of their possible long ago connection and how the trip made their bond even stronger. And you have a real talent for describing dreams as vivid but still very hazy and dream-like.
Date: February 12, 2008 06:27 pm Title: Succubus
I really love the fact that you've added another chapter to this little series. I absolutely adore the concepts -- a type of mythical, paranormal or magical side to Jim and Pam's relationship. It's so unlike anything else I ever read with the two of them, so it's definitely a treat to see another addition. This new chapter was really exciting, and I don't think that you have anything to worry about. It was certainly otherworldly, and you write remarkably well. I hope that we readers can see another addition some time in the future!
Date: February 12, 2008 04:18 pm Title: Somnio
oh, my goodness!
As a pure bred Southern Belle from Atlanta, you've really captured our stereotype, huh? :D
This story, and especially this chapter, is nothing short of amazing.
Please keep updating!
Author's Response: I'm really sorry if I offended you. I was tying to exaggerate their southern behavior so the readers would get an idea of where this was taking place, since I also that a secret for most of this chapter. But thank you for the nice review. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Date: February 12, 2008 03:31 pm Title: Somnio
Oh my goodness. That was CREEPY. Really spooky. Jeepers. I am a little bit scared. That was unlike the others in this story, but goodness it was brilliant. You wrote this brilliantly. The dream where he's running in the forrest really got to me and i was honestly feeling a little bit sick with concern. What a nerve-wracking tale! You did a wonderful job with this chapter. I really enjoyed it.
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad I creeped you out. You are so sweet, and the part in the woods was a little difficult to write, but I'm happy to hear you enjoyed it all the same. I'm also honored that you took the time to read the entire thing. I know it's a little long. . .but thank you.
Date: February 12, 2008 10:27 am Title: Somnio
Huh, wow. You're quite the writer- to the point where I'd continue reading, regardless of who the characters were. Nicely descriptive too, you fleshed out the setting well.
There were a few typo's though that got distracting, but that's a minor quibble.
Author's Response: LOL. That's a huge compliment because whenever I start reading fanfiction, and they indroduce new characters, I skip over that part. And I was a little worried others would do the same. So thank you!
Date: February 12, 2008 10:09 am Title: Somnio
This was indeed a little strange, but it was really fun to read and very well written. It's about 8 degrees outside and reading this made it feel about 90 and humid. Awesome job!
Author's Response: Hehe, yeah, it kinda hard to write about hot heat when my ass is freezing. But the fact that you thought it was a fun read made my day! Thank you!
Date: February 12, 2008 10:06 am Title: Halfling
This story is magnificent thus far, but I have to admit to being a little surprised to seeing my name in any way attached to it. Mind you, I'm flattered beyond words, but how exactly did I give you the idea for this chapter? :)
Anyway, I may need to go back and read this again. Like now. Because it's simply too tasty to just nibble on and move on.
Author's Response: Wow, thank you, I'm glad you liked it!! Is your name Miriam? Which chapter do you mean? Halfling, or Somnio? Halfling I don't really know how I came up with the idea, oh wait, you gave it to me! I rememeber that you said I should write a chapter about Pam thinking Jim might be a werewolf. So, thank you for he inspiration :D. As for Somnio? I got the idea from a bunch of different things. I thought of it a long tme ago, but never had enough courage to write it because it was so strange. But I always wanted to do a Jim and Pam, plast life fic. And the south has a lot of rich history and ghost stories.
Date: February 12, 2008 09:53 am Title: Somnio
Athena, this was incredible. I'm having trouble even coming up with words to describe it. You're able to convey such an amazingly beautiful connection between Jim and Pam. And Jim's dreams, and the Tom and Miriam story is absolutely haunting. I was actually shaking a bit when it all came together. Everything in this was perfect- the charachters, the imagery, everything.
Author's Response: Wow! Thank you for noticing the Tom and Miriam story line. I was hoping people wouldn't skip over that. You're sweet review has made my day, and I can't honestly thank you enough. I really believe that Jim and Pam's connection is what makes us fall in love with them. Thanks again!
Date: February 12, 2008 09:36 am Title: Somnio
this is absolutely...wow. i honestly have no words. your writing is so powerful and everything you write i am just completely sucked into. it was unlike anything ive read - in such a good way. amazing amazing.
Author's Response: Thank you! The fact that this story was unlike anything you've read is a huge compliment to me. And I'm very lucky that I have reader's like you who say such wonderful things.
Date: February 12, 2008 06:35 am Title: Somnio
Wow. Really unique and passionate. I hate to be critical, but one little thing: I found the grammatical/spelling errors a little distracting. Otherwise, I got really caught up in the story.
Author's Response: Wow, thank you so much! I'm glad you enjoyed it!