|Reviews for Winchester|
| mignon100 chapter 39 . 1h
I love this story so much, it has so much heart. I love the character development especially Audra's. The whole promise was amazing. One of the best stories I've ever read.
| Aria Deloncray chapter 39 . 9/8
| Brievel chapter 38 . 1/24
I've gone from being a diehard Elidra shipper to a diehard Quilivia shipper throughout the story...Quinn's rather fabulous, you know, I was dying of the internal squees throughout this chapter.
| Brievel chapter 32 . 1/24
I am seriously beginning to wonder if we met in real life and you hated me and now I'm not recognizing you. o_0
| Brievel chapter 26 . 1/24
So...why did you have to choose a name so close to my own for the family? :
| Brievel chapter 23 . 1/24
*insert mega major fangirl squeeing here*
| Brievel chapter 20 . 1/24
She didn't quite yell at him to leave her alone and never see her again...
| Brievel chapter 15 . 1/24
Um, question...why must you make all your male leads so darn attractive? :/
| Brievel chapter 14 . 1/24
I am totally shipping Audra and Eli. Can't wait for their happy ending! 3
| Brievel chapter 13 . 1/24
I suspect our Mr Calder to be quite the deep well...
| Guest chapter 39 . 11/11/2012
So far I have read four of your books, this being the fourth. You are so amazing! Your writing style and story lines are phenomenal! I can't wait to read more :) Good luck with the remainder of your books!
| Mari chapter 12 . 2/29/2012
Haha, your comment at the end made me think of where I was when that happened... not in Philly where I should have been -_- I love your stories they're fantastic!
| SparklingStar25 chapter 39 . 2/3/2012
That was a beautiful story...!
| The Footsore Storyteller chapter 39 . 10/22/2011
A very well-written, moving, and beautiful story. I enjoyed reading it immensely. You deserved a chapter-by-chapter review, but I was too intent on getting to the next chapter to slow down that long. I will save your story in my favorites so that I can re-read and review on a later date.
There were a few very minor historical issue, such as the use of the word "pop" to describe a carbonated drink (a term that was not coined for soda until the 1930's in a advertising campaign), and the price of adoption from an orphanage, which averaged $60-$200 in 1914 (still a large amount at the time). Other than that, everything felt very realistic and plausible.
| Krullie chapter 13 . 2/25/2011
omg I love all the men in here. They are true gentlemen with mischief you know what im sayin'
WHERE DID ALL THE GOOD MEN GOO!