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Reviewer: Granta Anonymous Date: 27/04/17 - 09:44 am Title: Chapter 1

As IS was an interesting work and it was certainly not what I expected it to be. People working at the dissertation writing services in the us have been telling me about it earlier. It was surely worth a shot, liked it!

Reviewer: Lily Anonymous Date: 15/04/17 - 12:05 pm Title: Chapter 1

This is absolutely beautiful and I love it.

Reviewer: Charlescolin Anonymous Date: 22/11/16 - 03:16 am Title: Chapter 1

Tony was too magnificent on paper, and know I desire the Tony/Pepper back-story. And I wouldn't mind Natasha’s, too on one occasion once additional, thanks a lot. I've weighed down his on top of my reader, and I believe I'll understand writing it a few era additional
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Reviewer: humanoidmegg Anonymous Date: 07/01/13 - 04:29 am Title: Chapter 1

Just wanted to say I love this fic!!! As always you are the undeniable Queen of h/c!! Also the way you wove the cannon threads in (particularly in getting the name 'Hawk') was absolutely masterful. Totally made my night :)

Reviewer: Calindra Anonymous Date: 01/01/13 - 11:20 am Title: Chapter 1

This is one of the best Christmas presents this year. Thank you so much! You write h/c like no one else.

Normally, I have a problem with slavefics where the slave falls in love with his master, because it mostly feels like Stockholm syndrom. But I like how you adressed the topic, how Coulson was awared of it, and tried everything to avoid a relationship based on false assumtions or unequal terms. And Clint ... I love how you portrayd his character. His resiliance, his will to get himself together, and his ability to learn to trust, despite the fact that he feared it might blow up in his face... really wonderful. Tony was also wonderful written, and know I want the Tony/Pepper backstory. And I wouldn't mind Natashas, too :-) Once again, thanks a lot. I've loaded his onto my erader, and I think I'll read it a few times more.

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