|Reviews for The Many Colors of Love|
| Historicalbookworm chapter 3 . 8/2/2011
I'd love part 3!
| Historicalbookworm chapter 2 . 8/2/2011
I love this chapter, although the beginning a bit unrealistic. Love your firstchapter. Your profile made me laugh!
| Anonymous chapter 3 . 8/11/2010
OMG i love this story SO frikin much! u have to make more more! pleasse! :DD :D and jeremiah and prudence are adowable!
| xxxdeactivatedxxx chapter 3 . 12/25/2009
a week or so, my butt! come on tay-tay! let's get crackin!
| nanakathleen chapter 1 . 8/19/2009
Prudence is screwed.
Take that, Prudie. Fall in love with the pretty black man. ]
| Jean Clement chapter 2 . 8/19/2009
I like how you open with a diary excerpt every time; and you make the POV transition work, too, which few people manage.
And was the reference to 'Sense and Sensibility', with Prudence and Carolina acting as a variation on Elinor and Marianne, deliberate? If so, wonderful idea.
Oh, and I should have said earlier: I was very impressed with the title: very subtle.
You're probably doing this already, but I think reading some novels from this time period could help with your dialogue? Some phrases seem a little modern.
| Jean Clement chapter 1 . 8/18/2009
This is a very promising concept for a story. I am very curious as to how you will develop it. I love Carolina already, and I can't wait to read about Prudence's change of heart.
For now it's fine; perhaps in a rewrite you could flesh it out a bit? More descriptions of the plantation and the house, for example? A careful proofread would filter out the occasional spelling mistake and some of the repeated phrases.
Just a tiny bit of historical, 'know-your-place' nit-picking on my part: Prudence, being the lady you have made her, would never say 'what in Hell's name'; and I'm not sure Mr. Carter would stand for a slave presuming to call his daughter 'not bad-looking' in front of him.
Other than that, very well done!
| Uldaren Bardaniel chapter 3 . 8/18/2009
This is a very interesting story ideer, I think. :D I love reading about Civil War era stories, especailly those involving the South. :) Please keep writing this!
If you need any help with it, I'd be happy to give it.
| Uldaren Bardaniel chapter 2 . 8/6/2009
Loved this chapter. :) More soon, please!
| J.A. Fletcher chapter 1 . 7/30/2009
I enjoyed it a lot. But I did notice something that seemed off. Prudence is the daughter of a plantation owner, which is considered one of the elite class because the south depended on slaves for their economy, and she said that she copied prayers into her journal. So why did she say "what in hell's name"? Being the proper lady you wrote her to be?
Best of Luck,