Hello! Sorry to bother you again but I logged out and the in, put the thick in the remeber me box and nothing again! This was recomended from a friend of mine and I am really looking forward to reading it /:
Author's Response: Hello again! There seems to be some technical glitch concerning higher rated fics. I am temporarily changing the ratings, so you will be able to read this. :) And thanks to your friend!
Hello! I do not know how to read your fan fic though I am logged in and also I am 18 years old. How can I read it? D:
Author's Response: OH! That is odd. Try logging back in and tick on the Remember box? That works for me. If it doesn't let me know!
Sexyyyyy. I'm sure I've read this before but I can't for the life of me think why I never left you a review! This is wonderful and hot and bittersweet and beautiful and just love. And I loved the little details, like Lily remembering her first time, the awkwardness and... inadequacy of the boy :P You're a star, Lafonna.
Author's Response: Hello there!I suck at responding to reviews. D: I'm glad you liked teh sexiness, though. Heehee. You know me - any excuse to pump up the ...uhm... heat. Thanks for the reviewww! ~Natalie
omg. words have left my mouth. what to say other than thank you. i loved it and it was a good pace and very amazing in capturing emotion and yes. thanks for a great read and bye
Author's Response: Hello! I'm glad you liked it. Thanks for reading and reviewing! :) ~Natalie
Natalie, thank you so much! What a delicious treat! You write them so well, why don't you write more??
Like I said in another comment, you just framed this so well. I could totally picture James saying something like that and Lily taking it that way. And really, it makes sense. No one wants a loved one to fight, when they might get injured or killed.
I loved that James came and apologized to Lily. Of course, he already knew she wouldn't NOT fight, but he had to express his fear, and when she expressed her feelings, he accepted them. Of course he did. That's THEM.
And then they made up. YES! Very nicely done. I liked how it went back and forth with just the slightest overlap. It was very intense that way.
Thanks so much, Natalie. This is a lovely (hot) story and really made me smile. You can play with James a bit until I think up something else for my favorite couple. ;)
Author's Response: I am really glad you liked it. :) I'd decided not to write J/L because of my inferiority complex :D. But I had to do something to cheer you up. (Though, I thought I was the one letting you play with him for a while. I am sure I am.) I really feel their relationship must be like this. From what we see in the books, both are pretty stubborn. And yet, they are loving, too. James also seems like the type who'd try and make up first. Thanks for reviewing, Gina! I'm glad I could do something. ~Natalie
Gah, just wonderful. Not too graphic but just perfect and normal and earthy and raw and natural.
Lily’s first experience was nothing special either; it was hurried, and the boy certainly hadn’t waited for her to come before trembling against her with a godawful groan. This line made me smile and groan. The subtlety of the awfulness of her first time really hits home. I also adored the jealousy she felt about him being with other girls. But James is hers ... no doubt about it.
Author's Response: YAY! First times are overrated. Really. Thanks for reading and revieeeeewing! (That's me squee-ing.) ~Natalie