|Reviews for Home Trained For You|
| Whoever chapter 9 . 3/1
You need to bring Joey back
The last chapter just had me mourning
| Guest chapter 11 . 1/26
The story was beautiful... and at some point I started liking Joey and that says only one thing... Your story captured me... it was just like I too started believing in Joey the way Mark had. Your writing is so gripping and realistic that I was just thrown by the ending... best of luck and I really wish you to read more of your work.
| inactiveuser404 chapter 11 . 11/20/2016
Wait, I was wondering, is this fiction inspired by When Jeff Comes Home? Because Jeff was 16 when he was kidnapped. ... or maybe it's just me. Good work, tho! Love it.
| inactiveuser404 chapter 10 . 11/17/2016
This is what I call Porn With Plot. Ugh, I really love this.
| Guest chapter 11 . 6/25/2016
Hi! AThis fic is really good, if you ever planning to published it (sure you have to repaired here and there for few mistakes) please let us know!
| rose bell chapter 3 . 5/29/2016
Please make a sequel when joey comes back please
| TEMMIE chapter 1 . 5/27/2016
me ship joey and mike ‡
| TEMMIE chapter 1 . 5/27/2016
I WUVED THIS! THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS BECAUSE I JUST NEEDED TO READ SOMETHING THAT WUZ INTERESTING AND AMAZING †–†
ps MAKE MORE STORIES PLZ...-
| Su Yi's fan chapter 11 . 5/15/2016
Just found this fic and finished it less than 24 hours.
Wow, this is just overwhelming.. Definitely one of the best slash fiction i've ever read. It feels so real, every part of it, almost like reading a biography. You are such a talented author and it feels like you've been writing for years (ofc except for few typos and minor grammar mistakes XD).
But just want to ask sth that's been intriguing me, on author's note you said that it wasn't Stockholm Syndrome for Mark bcs the conditions wouldn't have made it possible... I mean, I understand that the objective is meant to be Dissociative Disorder, but IMO there's should be a turning point or hint in the story that leads us to think that way (maybe i overlooked it) i noticed that first he kept saying inwardly he was Mark each time Joey called him Aiden and later he stopped but he never addressed himself as Aiden inwardly either, at least not until the police found and took him away from Joey. He told Susan his surname was Redford, he felt his parents abandoned him by moving out, and all that happened when he already felt happy being Aiden, but it just seemed that he still fully aware of his real identity as Mark.
I learned a little about Dissociative disorder in my major and that it could manifested in many ways but usually controlled subconsciously. So although it all made sense the way you write it but this puzzle still lingered on me. Could you please elaborate in which point of the story/characters' depiction making it impossible to be considered as SS? Since Mark here seemed well aware of his action-reaction toward Joey and looked like willingly accepted himself as Aiden throughout times.
Sorry for the long comment. You are such a talented author and it feels like you've been writing for years. Thank you for this story and really,, you should write more XD
| Fictionreader chapter 11 . 2/20/2016
Omg, this was an absolutely engrossing and horrifying story, but I think the last chapter is the most horrifying part because you see all the transgressions from a more objective angle, after much reflection from Mark's POV and other's viewpoints. Just wow, this was so unsettling and I couldn't stop reading this straight through. Thanks for writing and sharing this!
| Vj chapter 11 . 2/18/2016
It was so good. I loved each and every chapter... I don't know what to say, at some point even I began to like Joey. May that's how kidnapped victims feel... The Stockholm syndrome. But I know that Joey was wrong & Mark/Aiden was just a kid whose life was Epilogue was very emotional...
| LaChibi chapter 7 . 1/3/2016
This is really good! By the way if you need a proof reader just message me or my email is ! Good work!
| Tenshi-oujo chapter 11 . 10/18/2015
This story is hauntingly beautiful and refreshing. It's very realistic and well-done. I also loved your epilogue. It's bittersweet but a fitting conclusion.
| orenji chapter 11 . 9/20/2015
jesus christ. i'm not really sure how i found this story, but i wound up marathoning the whole thing in an evening.
beautifully written, absolutely heartbreaking, and probably one of the best depictions of abuse i've ever seen. i kept seeing real life in there, sometimes direct quotes.
the reveal of mark having HIV kind of did me in a little bit, though. i wasn't sure what was being referred to at first, and i thought i'd missed something, and that little acronym was such a good wham line. christ, i just kept wishing i could help him. i wanted that so badly. it felt so fucking claustrophobic.
well, i'm definitely going to check up on other things you've done- i hope you can continue writing in the future. this was a feat.
| xxadarksoulxx chapter 11 . 8/1/2015
This is one of those fantastically written stories where you have no idea who to side with. While it's true Joey does has some problems and he committed a crime and Mark developed Stockholm Syndrome, it was a challenge to pick a side. Do you root for a Joey/Aiden(Mark) happy ending or do you side with the law and condemn Joey for the crimes and sins he'd committed? To be honest, I am sad to see this end, but it ended really well and everything made sense in the end. Perfect story, perfect plot, perfect character development.