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6  Lani posted on May 11, 2012
Hot. I like the Spike/Angel couplings that embrace the comfort/solace/companionship/lust aspect, rather than the domination/rape/torture. Nicely crafted! (This, and the prequel.)
5  eskarina posted on Sep 27, 2008 |
and I really enjoyed the last two sentences- they didn't feel alone that night and that's all it counts. memories that would make up for years of loneliness and bitterness.
4  eskarina posted on Sep 27, 2008 |
wonderful piece of writing
amazing how you captured Angel's restraint and how Spike tricked him into letting go for once
And the last part was just incredible- the two of them on the beach, playful one moment, all manly and thoughtful the next one... I could almost hear their voices and the waves splashing on the sand. it was a very vivid picture and I thank you for that.
What a treat!
3  Bosie posted on Jan 26, 2007
Awwwwww!!!!!! The sex scenes are...inexpressibly hot, the idea of Angel just letting loose is so lovely and perfect, and the ending just made this big stupid grin cross my face and I doubt it's going away anytime soon! Thanks!
2  Maxameliana posted on May 16, 2003
Thanks for writing this - i really really enjoyed reading it.
1  Skallywalla posted on Mar 29, 2003
Wow. That was incredible - I'm not such a huge fan of Angel, but you wrote him so well and your characterization of Spike was spot-on. Beautiful job at conveying their conflicting emotions, at making them three-dimensional, especially Spike post-Dead Things. Really a fantastic fic - I'd ask for a sequel but you've wound up this story nicely. Outstanding.

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