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Reviewer: warrior4 Signed [Report This]
Date: January 30, 2021 07:13 pm Title: And The Greatest of These Is Love

They're really starting to connect here and I love that. Pam finally telling him what she really feels is a great breath of fresh air. Same with their dinner on the roof and the weekend away. Though there's still that one little worm of doubt in her mind and you did a good job of bringing that out. Really like that you kind of expand on the scene there at the end. He wraps his arms around her to try and once more prove how much she means to him. Really looking forward to the next chapter.

Author's Response:

Thank you!

It was hard to created doubt in Pam's mind again but I had to do it for A.A.R.M. I was initially going to have Jim immediately go to the talking head which was what was shown on TV but I decided to save it for another time and have him comfort her instead, which I'm pretty sure he would probably do in real life. 

Reviewer: darjeelingandcoke Signed [Report This]
Date: January 29, 2021 10:18 am Title: And The Greatest of These Is Love

Looks like Colorado did the trip - it's really lovely to see them reconnecting again and having some sweet moments together after all this tension. And they finally made it to the lake! The scene of them flirting and playing with the kids was a lot of fun.

I'm intrigued by your choices at the end here - it seems like you're crafting a story that almost be canon compliant and there were just some bumps in the road we didn't see.

Author's Response:

Thank you! Yeah, I wanted Jim and Pam to really have moments of getting to reconnect.

My thought process was to always go back to the canon. But I had that struggle where they finally hugged and reunite because that would mean if I want A.A.R.M. to happen, I needed Pam to have another internal dilemma which I've already made her experience a lot.

I doubted it at first but Pam spent two seasons where you kinda just want to scream at her from your TV so maybe it's really in Pam's character where she really struggles with these types of decisions 

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