|Reviews for The Word Love|
| havefunyolo chapter 40 . 4/25/2013
i love your book u should have a book two
| havefunyolo chapter 24 . 4/19/2013
i love this book so much
| Guest chapter 41 . 11/12/2012
I read this all through the night, completely forgetting the fact that I had school the next day lol this story was truly beautiful, I was literally in tears towards the ending, and basically experiencing every emotion they went through, I'm exhausted lol, but this is one of those amazing stories that will always stay with me, thank you for writing it, and please continue to share all of your amazing works. J
| acchikocchi chapter 7 . 9/29/2012
I usually don't post reviews because they mostly turn out to be critiques and although I try to be as factual as possible I've been accused of flaming more than once. So please know that if I didn't really like your story I wouldn't have bothered to comment on it and I just think you could have reserched the effects of dieting and physical training a bit more accurately. I know, the story is complete and it doesn't really matter anymore but:
Muscles, because of their higher density, weight more than fat.
So when you start working out, you're not going to lose weight after just a week, no matter how little you eat. And if you suddenly stop consuming proteins your body will have problems building up new muscles, so it will take longer to get in shape. In fact, eating some egg-dish every morning would help a great deal. And it makes the vegetable-laden diet more bearable because although fruits are better than candy they still contain a lot of sugar, so it's better to eat vegetables and maybe an apple or two per day but more fructose isn't going to help you lose weight.
I don't really know about American pizza, but I wouldn't consider it "fried food". And so long as you don't eat it more often than once a week, it isn't unhealthy at all.
Tristan's training methods also seem kind of all over the place but there's still a lack of variety of muscle groups that he has Amy work on.
And they always just jump right into an excercise, without the slow warm-up someone of her fitness level would need, just as they don't do any stretching afterwards during the cool-down period.
Anyways, I'm just going to pretend that lack of knowledge is all on Tristan and they shouldn't let Kids be health coaches, since just because someone is used to keeping fit, it doesn't mean they know how to get fit in the first place.
That way I can just keep enjoying your story, so thanks for writing it!
| Usuicross chapter 41 . 4/26/2012
I adore this story. It's one of those that are actually completed and awesome. I love Tristan's character and his name
You should be proud of yourself.
Thanks for writing this story. :)
| emolovepunk chapter 1 . 7/8/2011
itsa good start:)
| hopeless romantic chapter 41 . 3/5/2011
You are an amazing writer!
I loved it, I cried the last chapters and that doesn't happen alot. Absolutely fantastic!
| MazeRunner chapter 41 . 12/10/2010
Wow what a rollercoaster of a story. WhenI say rollercoaster I mean the characters and me. About three times I got so angry becayse Amelia was such an idiot that I wanted to punch her. ( Of course I reminded myself she wasn real). Also,I cried when I thought Tristan died.
Anyway, I'm appy you didnt kill him off. Really great story
| ChocoResha chapter 41 . 9/14/2010
For some reason, I usually dislike stories with an actual plotline. With the drama, climax and all. But with this story, I actually loved it! I could feel what the characters, especially Amelia, was feeling. And for being able to do that, I congratulate you for writing such a masterpiece. ...I mean seriously. I actually felt something for Amelia and Tristan. And I have this problem with feeling stuff. So... for this story to be able to do that, wow. I guess in short all I wanna say is... fantastic piece of work you did. Love this story, it's one of a kind. Hope to see more stuff from you.
| Sunnyboy02 chapter 22 . 7/24/2010
Oh my gosh! Some besides me calls see-saws teeter totters!
| Sunnyboy02 chapter 1 . 7/23/2010
I like it so far :) The charming part about this story (and the thing I love the most) is the clever way you use the dialogue. Instead of adding bits of narration in somewhere, to try to "even" everything out, you completely stick to the dialogue. Which makes it hilarious!
Off to read more...:)
| a reader chapter 41 . 7/15/2010
I just read both this story and another story of yours, which I will review after this one.
I didn't enjoy this read as much as The Obsession of Love (Is that what it is called? I can't remember the exact wording of the title..), but it was still good. The thing is, it really needs a major edit. There are so many typos/mistakes/etc., that detracts from the story. Also, much character improvement is necessary. I understood that you were trying to make your characters flawed, and I did see that, but sometimes it was too fake, you know? The dialogue needs some tweaking, but dialogue is hard to make perfect anyways, so that one isn't a biggie.
Good story, though.
| live 2oo write chapter 41 . 7/12/2010
Aw... the story is amazing. I even cried when Tristan was ill and was in the hospital... But amazing story. :) :P :O
| SFed chapter 41 . 6/28/2010
I have to say, this is one of the greatest stories I've ever read on Fictionpress. As a matter of fact, it's better than all the stories I've ever read on Fictionpress and FanFiction COMBINED (which is saying something, 'cause I read a lot :P) It made me go 'aww...' in all the right places as well as making me cry in others (I cried A LOT.) Anyway, I just wanted to say that I love all your stories and that you are and AMAZING author!
| Asdferas chapter 41 . 4/23/2010
Hey! So I've been reading this story for the past few days and although I'll admit that at first I thought it could use some improvement in the dialogue (something my own stories need working on), the story grew on me very quickly.
It is upsetting at times, but true and realistic. It takes the reader on a journey full of problem and obstacles that my own personal favourite couple had to endure but as always, love prevails.
It is realistic till the end and although there isn't the usual 'happy ending', the one you gave is , dare I say it-better. Because it is actually possible to happen in real life. It is two people in love facing the problems they know that lie ahead of them and they are ready to face them head on.
It was a fun story to read. I kept bouncing up and down on my bed whenever something big happened, I cried so hard when Ameila wouldn't just tell him she loved him and when he was sick and dying...honestly, I cried throughout the last ten chapters or so...what can I say? I absolutely love this story.
And then I was happy with the ending. With the way they just seemed to recognize their love for one another and Mr. Smith and John...love those guys too hehe xD
Anyway, back to a world where this is a story (and not based on a true story (hopefully)) I would just like to say that it had a great plot, the characters were well-developed and it really is a great read. Sometimes stories are too unbelievable and just...wrong and I am very glad to say that this is NOT one of them.
It was not disappointing and quite enjoyable. Keep on writing because you have a great gift and I would surely love to hear more from you.
x Shana x
P.S. sorry for the really long review. I guess I just couldn't stop myself xp