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Review:Jchrissy says:
First of all - I love that you've showed a bit of where James may have gotten pieces of his personality. The Potter men quite possibly think they know their way with women, it seems ;)!

I usually don't love first person, but that's because it's often poorly done and I feel like I'm reading some boring diary entry. But this was wonderful! You kept the story open so I knew what was going on as opposed to just what the character was thinking, you used first person to not only let me be part of Isolda, but you let me see what was going on outside of her.

I also love that they both seem to have a sarcastic/bordering on dry sense of humor with one another, I can feel Iz enjoying Tristan, even if she doesn't want to. And we all know the Potter men love a chase..

For some reason I also really enjoyed when Iz noticed that he had a pleasant, open smile. Maybe because it gave me such a clear picture of what was going on - you really made these two easy to imagine and watch while I read along.

You did an amazing job making this a believable 1900's portrayal! Your word choices really complimented the style, helping take me back to large dressed, overdone hair, and gossipy women who think everyone aught to be married by sixteen.

This is just the kind of thing I was looking hoping to read ♥

Author's Response: Oh, yay! This is definitely one of the pieces I'm proudest of, despite the first person (which I tend to dislike for the same reason as you). I had a lot of fun with it - I always pictured James's father as being a little ridiculous, especially when he was younger. :P Thank you so much for the review, and I'm glad you liked the story so much (and especially that you felt like I captured the time period)! ♥

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