Reviews for Truth and Trickery
Damsel Under Stress chapter 7 . 8/3/2005
Mwahaha! I'm special. Anyways. Love 25. It's so giddy with emotion that it almost feels like a journal entry. First kisses are fabulous things. ;)Love the rest of it too!
Bloodflower chapter 7 . 8/3/2005
Here, I'd *suspected* that little development...

I couldn't be sure...until I went back and checked that little list of names you have on the first chappie...

Haha, I rather like the story you have going here. Unconventional, most certainly, but I can't wait to see where it goes!
Damsel Under Stress chapter 6 . 7/12/2005
*checks family tree* Damn...I'm only like a quarter Brit. Ah well. the story at hand. *gasp* MISS Radclyffe! I practically flopped out of my chair at that dramatic revelation. What a positively delicious and scandalous twist! Brava! Amazing! And that William...quite a good-hearted cutie, very much suited to our beloved heroine. This just keeps getting better and better. I will be quite sad when it ends. :)
aims80 too lazy to sign in properly chapter 6 . 7/12/2005
Loving this so far, keep up the good work.
Damsel Under Stress chapter 5 . 7/3/2005
Whe! The plot thickens! I am so glad you're back. Thank you for your surprising proposition; I shall indeed consider it. Any child with your genes in the mix will be blessed indeed. Anyways...Mr. Radclyffe is quite a rascally little rascal, isn't he?Please keep up the amazingly authentic work! I have you on my author alert so I will be notified immediately of any new installments. As to the question you posed us readers on your profile: I am naturally crazy about Renaissance England, but Feudal Japan would certainly be an interesting twist in your career. :)
Strawberry122 chapter 5 . 6/30/2005
I love your story. It's so great. Does Emma really like Mr. Leighton or not. I'd like to know if they're all acting or whatnot. Please write lots more!
J.E.Wyatt chapter 4 . 1/2/2005
Good fiction but I would enjoy it more if you make your chapters a little bit more longer hehe. By the by, great job on this fiction. Please continue
Damsel Under Stress chapter 4 . 12/26/2004
Fabulously masterful work, as usual! But you left us all hanging - is Radclyffe really a cheating scoundrel or the sweet, devoted lover we'd all secretly like him to be? By the way, the letters your characters write are AMAZING. Very historically accurate and beautiful. Keep writing!
J.E.Wyatt chapter 3 . 9/19/2004
wow... truly written as it would have in the eighteenth century, bravo. I write regency fictions as well but i dont have the talent to follow the way you style your words as they would have long ago. I envy you, *sigh*
La-Vita-e-Bella chapter 3 . 8/26/2004
**Sigh!** This is so romantic. You have no idea how much I'm enjoying this! Please keep writing!
Damsel Under Stress chapter 3 . 8/20/2004
Mix together my last two reviews, add a few more "brilliant"s, "magnificent"s,
"splendid"s, and one "you're a bloody marvelous writer," and you'll basically get what I'm thinking right now. Please update again soon! This is such a delightful gem of a story, and you are SUCH a talented writer!
Damsel Under Stress chapter 2 . 8/10/2004
This superb little read is truly gathering both momentum and my growing admiration. You are consistently retaining that wonderful universal appeal that Ms. Austen’s pen was blessed with, but also progressively moving out of her formidable shadow to establish your own place in the ranks of this delightful genre! Snaps also for the tremendous vocabulary; such a vivid cache of delicious, aptly-used words is rarely found in a humble online forum such as this. Please keep up the brilliant work, Tomoe!
p.s. No need to thank us for reading your work; I think I speak for all of the reviewers when I say that reading "Truth & Trickery" has been an unparalleled delight!
La-Vita-e-Bella chapter 2 . 7/22/2004
You have completely captured the spirit of this era and it's absolutely wonderful! Your writing is articulate and charming, and this story is truly coming along beautifully! Keep up the marvellous work!
Allesandra Thornbird chapter 1 . 7/13/2004
Have you ever read "Wideacre" by Phillipa Gregory? Because it this story has a small resembelence to it. Not only by the style of writing but of course, the name of Mr. Leighton's estate. Anyway, this story is quite good in it's own right, and i enjoyed reading it. Though, perhaps you should make you chapter a bit shorter. I can't speak for everyone, but I do know that a good many people prefer a shorter chapter to a longer one, as long as is it not too short. Nevertheless, it is very promising. Keep up the good work!
- Allesandra Thornbird
La-Vita-e-Bella chapter 1 . 7/13/2004
This is brilliant. You are such an accomplished author. You put so many people on this website (including me) to shame! Thank you so much for your review on my odd sonnet, your constructive critisicm was greatly (!) appreciated. I can't wait to read more of this story. Keep up the fantastic work.
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