|Reviews for Kings and Pawns|
| Diana chapter 20 . 5/28/2013
Alright, you have to have her marry Edward now! - I mean, it's utterly inevitable!
| lulu chapter 1 . 5/22/2013
ooh my goood! i've i'm so glad i've found this story! i've always loved the idea of lady jane and edward getting married (even though they're cousins...) so i hope to see lots more of her even if her and edward dont have a romance :) one things bugging me though, elizabeth was certainly not pretty in real life, even though here you describe her as beautiful. still, i love this story sooo much already and i've only read one chapter so thanks!
| AlysonSerenaStone chapter 20 . 5/24/2013
I really liked this update! Great job!
| Elaine Danievle chapter 19 . 5/9/2013
Weee, I freakin' hope she relents and marries Edward. I mean, she'll be queen! :D Anyways, keep up the good work ;)
| AlysonSerenaStone chapter 19 . 5/8/2013
The story line is really picking up here. I can't wait to see what happens!
| Nora chapter 18 . 5/1/2013
Marvellous! I expect you to update soon ;)
| AlysonSerenaStone chapter 9 . 5/1/2013
Nice work. Just a few little typos here and there, but nothing to really worry about.
| AlysonSerenaStone chapter 2 . 4/25/2013
This is really good as far.
| Tricorvus chapter 18 . 4/23/2013
damn, you do a good job with this. You have the language, it's like watching the Tudors, damn near.
Very good intrigue and back biting. If I had lived in those times, I would not have wanted to live at Court.
| Tricorvus chapter 16 . 3/22/2013
Poor girl, yes it's possible for a human to love, or to feel what they think is love, for two different people. Well-written.
| Tricorvus chapter 15 . 3/22/2013
oh dang, is that the direction it's going? I'd hoped to see Queen Margaret Tudor...
Well, only one more chapter, then whatever you write after that. I will read it and see how it comes out, no matter who you walk her down the aisle with. At least if Margaret marries Paul, show us who Eddie marries...
| Tricorvus chapter 14 . 3/22/2013
...were LED out. I know your spell check missed it because lead the metal is spelled that way. There are several instances of that . Be careful. Also "were you frightened". We're is of course we-are.
Just reading this chapter kind of made me sympathise with what relatives of the great had to put up with. Gut-wrenching...
My god that girl is an idiot. The King wants you, marry him, you git!
| Tricorvus chapter 12 . 3/22/2013
Huh? I would never have seen that it was Elizabeth's doing! I rather thought it was a Mary supporter... Maybe I missed something...
Still and all, damn well written :D
| Tricorvus chapter 11 . 3/22/2013
Holy snozzberries! You know how to write a cliff-hanger that makes me want to cry with frustration. That I spend time letting you know how good this is, while the next chapter sits there awaiting me... I can hardly stand it. [Buck up girl, tell the nice writer how good it is, then RUN] :P
| Tricorvus chapter 10 . 3/22/2013
i will LOSE all I... mind your loose/lose.
Also, although I enjoy these historical romances, remember not to inflict our own century's morals and reactions into it. A girl back then might be miserable, but rarely did a girl try to talk her father/brother out of a match or commit suicide - as examples. Yes, she'd whine to her friends about her misery, but no one would take steps to change anything. Just something to keep in mind.
That said, you have captured well the confusion that had to reign in the minds of the people, as Edward was an unknown factor. He could swing any way, and surprise people. I have no doubt, that, had he lived, he would have continued to baffle his observers. He IS known for his prudery and lecturing Elizabeth on her behavior...