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7  Meltha posted on Nov 27, 2006 | www.herringjousting.com
That was definitely a chilling little scene between the two of them, creepy and sad at the same time. Nicely done.
6  be posted on Feb 10, 2004
cleverly written, interesting Dru
5  spikeswench posted on Jan 3, 2004
ouch
4  Diva Stardust posted on Sep 24, 2003
I don't think I've ever read a more compelling Drusilla than this before. And I love the way you describe the night. The moon, stars, evening sky...it's all perfect.
3  Demeter posted on Jun 3, 2003
A compelling and bittersweet look into the subtlety and tenderness of Spike and Dru's relationship and pretty poetic as well. I agree with Mona about your characterization of Dru, you give her some nice depth.
2  Mona posted on Feb 21, 2003
Hello zero,

just wanted to bow before you-- rendering Drusilla the mysterious black princess Spike adored instead of some flat lunatic babbling incoherencies once in a while speaks of most commendable writing skills.

A rich and layered story, as cool, dark and enigmatic as Dru. Thanks.

Mona
1  Estepheia posted on Feb 21, 2003
I actually had to read this twice to get the nuances. Very touching.

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