|Reviews for Mein Liebling|
| Guest chapter 13 . 4/29/2020
Sooo cool my country, Denmark, was included in this. Even Danish too! Btw it is indeed right that Danes smuggled Jews into Sweden however it was really expensive for Jews and others to get into Sweden, and only those with lots of money were able to do it. I’m not sure if this was touched upon in this chapter, but it’s just so y’all know :)
| Shan chapter 1 . 5/10/2017
Almost ten years later, and I still come back to read this story from time to time. 3
| Guest chapter 3 . 2/11/2016
You can prolly spell it as heisst instead?
Using B instead is a bit...
| CrystalMisery chapter 12 . 1/23/2016
I had been emotionally attached to this story from the moment I began reading it, but this chapter hit me the hardest. The depth to this love story is endless and your characters are immediately intriguing. I actually cried as I realized what was happening and I think that you beautifully presented the previous love they had had unknowingly. You are an amazing writer. Absolutely Magnificent.
| Guest chapter 1 . 1/1/2016
I don't think you understand what feminism is. Or hopefully just your characters don't
| Ishotthealbatross chapter 9 . 9/9/2015
Poor Kurtis :(
| Ishotthealbatross chapter 8 . 9/9/2015
His mother is amazing, Ilan's lucky man :-)
| Ishotthealbatross chapter 6 . 9/9/2015
Must be freaky for them cause Ilan told them what was gonna happen...
| Ishotthealbatross chapter 5 . 9/9/2015
Loved this chapter, totally confusing but I'm sure we'll find out what's going on...
| Ishotthealbatross chapter 4 . 9/8/2015
call the cops!
| Ishotthealbatross chapter 3 . 9/8/2015
Can't wait to see what's next! I can't believe the supposed Nazi killed someone just to protect Ilan :-)
| Ishotthealbatross chapter 2 . 9/8/2015
Aw he seems sweet, the Nazi, that is :D
| Ishotthealbatross chapter 1 . 9/8/2015
Very interesting first chapter :D can't wait to read what happens next!
| Ibbit chapter 1 . 7/8/2015
This is a ridiculously beautiful story. I know little to nothing about history or WW2 and feel ashamed when reading this, but that's okay. A lot of the grammar was off, and the characters seem to speak very casually and non-european, but you addressed this already. Besides that, I grew to love the two main characters like stubborn, hardened, little children. I love Talm's reactions to Ilan, and Ilan's reaction to everything. I was kind of sad that Talm took most of the POV at the end, because I liked how you explained things through Ilan. He seemed to see more rationally than Talm and was able to grasp the situation very well and uniquely. It also bothers me that we never got to know what the letter at the end of chapter 23 said. And the inconsistency that Ilan left Talm a letter when going back to Germany that had something on it that he probably couldn't read but still reacted to. I wish there had been more moments of the brothers who seemed to immediately ship and protect the two. Edith, Garret, and Felicia also seemed to immediately love and side with Ilan but it was visible from every angle. I love all the names in this story, as well.
This was very well written and I greatly enjoyed the two days I spent addicted to it. Unlike other readers, I guess, I looked up every German word or sentence when it came so I may have ruined a bit ahead of time. But everything was beautiful and woven together well, and I'm off to read your other stories.
| Everfew chapter 1 . 6/18/2015
I think you should edit this story a little. It's well written, but sometimes you forget commas, and you tend to write 'your' instead of 'you're'.
Othrwise, I love the concept of the story.