Great little vignette; I liked the realistic details about making the fire and the cooking of the oatcakes. I love the idea of Faramir taking Eowyn away on a Ranger-camping trip and teaching her some Ranger skills.
Author's Response: Thanks a lot. I love writing this kind of story, and it's doubly enjoyable when someone else enjoys it too.
I enjoyed this very much.It was realistic and Faramir and Eowyn were very in character,though I think she might enjoy dealing with ambassadors rather than just being "Faramir's lady". I love Faramir's quiet diplomacy.
Author's Response: Thanks very much for your review. It means a lot from a knowlegable Faramir-fancier like you. I imagine that Eowyn will become very good at dealing with ambassadors, and she and Faramir will preside over a golden age of renewed international trade. Perhaps with NiRi's permission I could connect this series to her belly dancing continuity of "A Torturous Proposition".
Certainly an interesting twist on Eomer, and not one that I would hve expected. I did expect it of Aragorn though, but in a good way.
Author's Response: Thanks. I just wondered whether the heritage-y and part-elven royalty of Dol Amroth would be somewhat intimidating.
Very amusing! You should really add on to this; I can see a dozen possibilities for making it a good, long story!
Author's Response: I appreciate the feedback. I really want to hear those "dozen possibilities." I've thought of making a series of Faramir/ Eowyn stories starting with the three that I already have, but I don't have any particularly brilliant ideas, so I'd be grateful for any of yours.
Oh, thank you so much that you reviewed "Drink Down the Sun", because now I know where you post and can review your story (I tried ff.net, but there are too many Rias up there).
I loved this a lot. The little corner of the fandom where I usually write can use a little more canon-romance, so this was a nice change of pace for me. Aragorn's last line was the best. He can be such a romantic when he wants to be! Arwen is a lucky gal indeed!
I love the prose in this. I can't even put my finger on *what* it is exactly. But doesn't matter, this read very smoothly and that's always a good thing!
Author's Response: Thanks. I'm a big fan of canon romance myself, and I wish more people wrote it. (I'm sure someone out there is writing slash for Beren, because they just don't get the whole Beren- Luthien thing *headdesk*) I have a ff account, but I haven't gotten around to putting the stories up on it.
Very sweet.These are lucky ladies !
Author's Response: I know: A, E and F are the Dream Team of remarkably fine men of Middle Earth -- and Eowyn, Arwen and (I'm sure) Lothiriel deserve as much.
awww really nice
will you write one with eomers kiss
keep up the good work
Author's Response: That's a great idea, elfenears. I'll have to get to know Eomer a little better before I do . . . If you like, read my other romance stories.
heehee :D cute!
um...there's this one place where you repeated the phrase "The witch king had defeated many doughty warriors before he came across" twice.
Author's Response: Thanks for noticing the typo -- and I'm glad that you enjoyed the story.
This was a heart warming and enjoyable story.
Author's Response: Thank you.
Lovely interlude, with our favorite Houses of Healing patients speeding their recovery with some late night cheer. Excellent handling of Faramir's budding fondness for Eowyn.
Author's Response: Thanks -- I really liked your Faramir and Cats story, "Luck from the Ashes". RS