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Reviews for Love

Saras_Girl 08/17/08 - 05:50AM 1: One Shot
Oh...hmmm *cough* I'm not your friend, you made my eyes wet again. And it was this simple line: ďI didnít think any of this would ever happen. I... I love this song... and I love that you love it.Ē Lovely. That was such lovely, happy, romantic, warm-inside fluffiness :) I'm actually writing a wedding story as we speak, whether it will ever actually ever see the light of day is another matter but you've inspired me to continue with it! That was gorgeous, thanks *hug* Nat x

Author's Response: Awww, come on, at least they were happy tears... right? lol. I'm glad I inspired you to finish your story... definitely listen to Josh Groban when you write it, he's amazing with the romantic songs that just make you all warm and fuzzy with a stupid grin on your face, I swear! hehehe.

only_true_love 08/17/08 - 12:25AM 1: One Shot
Squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! *cried happy tears* That was sooo romantic and sweet. They are getting married~ this month!!!! If we could get away with it, I'd say through a party on The Fort over on Talk CSI. I'd even pop in (itís been way too long since I have been over there). That or you write a sequel that's about their wedding. Pretty please!!! My favorite line was~ ďYouíre the best thing thatís ever happened to me.Ē Itís nice to see the boys so in love. *sigh* *hugs and gigantic baskets of sugar and peanut butter cookies and double fudge brownies* :D

Author's Response: LOL... I think that's the longest squee I've ever gotten! Thanks! I doubt there will be a sequel though, but we'll see. Yeah, I debated over the date, and decided to set it about a week after their conversation, which could technically happen on the date I wrote and posted the story, so that's why it's this month. And thanks for the awesome goodies! *enjoys them tremendously!*

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