|Reviews for Save Her|
| PonyTricks chapter 5 . 10/8/2012
*takes a deep breath* For a minute there, I thought you took Nick through all that, and then had Julie die right at the last. Thank goodness she (and Nick!) lived! Yay! What a thrilling story, with a bunch of unexpected twists and turns in all the right places. And a happy ending, to boot.
It turned out that Brighton ultimately got what he wanted in the end, didn't he?
*BIG applause for a wonderfully written, and VERY exciting story*
| PonyTricks chapter 4 . 10/8/2012
Now I am seriously concerned for Julie. This Brighton sounds like a major head-case! I'm still not certain that Nick is doing the right thing by trying to pull off this rescue operation all by himself, since whatever weapons and night-vision equipment he has, Brighton must also have. He's lucky that the car didn't explode with greater force and kill both him and Adriane, but I suppose Brighton is just toying with Nick right now, like a cat with a mouse.
| PonyTricks chapter 3 . 10/7/2012
Well, I certainly missed those clues in the last chapter, didn't I? And now it's a race against time to find his crazy former friend, who's bent on revenge for saving his life. This is VERY exciting, but I'll have to pick it up and continue to read tomorrow. A self-imposed cliff-hanger on my part!
| PonyTricks chapter 2 . 10/7/2012
An intense build-up. Was it really a dream, or a memory? Now I'm not too sure. I am also wondering why the police aren't involved at this point, even before her husband arrived home? The longer the wait, the colder the trail, and the police probably won't be too pleased that the car and apartment have been disturbed at this point.
Excellent chapter. I must read on...
| PonyTricks chapter 1 . 10/7/2012
Whoa... very complicated dream! I'm glad her husband had a change of heart and came to her rescue, even if it was just a nightmare. Julie sounds like a very strong lady. But now Julie is missing for real? Oh, dear me.
What is a FOB? War is so awful, and it's not a wonder people have nightmares. My dad was in the navy during WWII, and he wouldn't talk about it for years and years.
I loved the song, Good Ship Lollypop when I was a little kid. (even if that's not the one you were thinking about, it's the one that came to my mind) I had a little record player, and I would play about three songs over and over again. That was one of them, that, and Little Toot and Mares Eat Oats. My older sisters probably wanted to kill me and throw the record player down into the ravine.
| Deserthawk chapter 3 . 10/7/2012
Man, this is riveting. Couldn't even stop after reading the second chapter. You have a way of ending things that just makes me want to go on.
There are a lot of details but I don't see them as unnecessary. It helps me get into his head. It's very polished too. Reading is like watching a movie or something.
That training scene was fucked up. Do a lot of military people feel that way nowadays? Like they're just doing it for a job.
Nice twist with this Brightman guy. Although I feel Barlow could still be involved else why the first chapter?