Seeing as you haven't updated in a while I assume you've left the site. However, I have some comments:
If it is possible, could you get rid of the extra lines in between parargraphs? They make the next harder and less enjoyable to read.
I really like this story. (Yeah, fail of a comment, but whatever)
Such an amazing story had to have an amazing ending, at that certinally did. I love the way that Orlando really isn't perfect in this one.
Author's Response: Thank you, Cluck Girl! I'm really glad you enjoyed it and appreciate the feedback.
I lost count long, long ago of the many times reading this has made me late for school or kept me up till the early hours. It's really amazing stuff and I can't wait for more. Also, I hope your mom's better soon if she's not already.
Author's Response: YAY! I finally (re-)figured out how to make paragraphs in my responses! Phew. Sorry. Thank you so much for your review and your concern. Although my life has changed so much in the last year, I think I'm finally ready to settle down in a quiet place and listen for the characters to continue telling me their story. Look for a new chapter soon.
Re-reading this, it feels strangley like coming home. I was ill today but when I started reading this it made me feels so much better! Thank you once again for this wonderful story.
Just a tiny thing, though - as much as I think us British wish Land and Hope of Glory was our national anthem, unfortunately it is not :( By law it is god save the queen we must sing, but laws can't stop free voices!
Oh, and a big congratulations on your marriage, a very happy life to you two!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review! Sorry you were sink (way back in January) and I apologize for the mistake about your National Anthem. I should have looked that up. I'll have to re-word that section, I guess. Or maybe since I was wrong, Elaura would have been wrong as well?
...wow! You are an amazing writer. I think the way that Alice blames herself is really interesting, and I can't wait for the next update!
Um... I'm not sure if this is my mind playing tricks on me, but in chapter 19, in a past memory vision thing, Legolas is talking is Alysse and he calls her Alice. Is that deliberate? It confused me a bit.
Author's Response: Hello there! Thank you very much for your review! I tried to find the sentence you pointed out, but I'm afraid I keep missing it :-/ If it's not too much trouble and you find it again, please contact me through my profile with the exact sentence so that I can correct the mistake; no, it wasn't deliberate and thank you for letting me know!
So consistently wonderful! :)
It was my mistake about chapter 19. Sorry about that!
Really great idea, I'm sure I'll keep reading this! It would be a good idea to post this as a round robin though, so we can all contribute :)
An absolutely wonderful story. The way you write is breathtaking and, however cliche it sounds, leaves me longing for more. I'm looking forward to any future writing of yours.
Author's Response: *Blushes* thank you - I'm just glad you've enjoyed it! I have a drabble posted that also slots into this storyverse, and there's a fair bit more to come. Thanks again, take care!
It's good. I think the storyline has potential, but I'll just have to wait and see. =þ
Lovely! I'm so happy that the sequal's underway! I should also be revising, but tehre's something about amazingly well-written fanfiction which makes it seem all the more appealing when it's not a good idea to read it.
Author's Response: Oh, thank you Cluck Girl! Revising is such a bitch, right? It's not just fanfic that distracts me, it's anything and everything that looks pretty and shiny when my books are oh-so-dull...
Lovely. Beautiful imagery and a great overall feel.
Author's Response: Thank-you, and thanks so much for your review. :)
I was surprised to see how few reviews this story has, seeing as I absolutely love both this and your other Orlando fics. I guess people are just shy! Keep up the good work, I'm loving this so far.
Author's Response: Thank you so much, Cluck Girl!! I'm glad you liked WG. In a way, it's different to what I've written before, and I enjoyed every minute I spent working in it. I'm currently editing the sequel, and as soon as I have some others chapters done, I'll start posting it here, so stay tuned. :D
Wow, just finished reading this... it sure didn't turn out how I thought it would, and I loved it! Absolutely amazing, every time I though "Oh, I know where she's going with this" it managed to surprise me. :) I can't wait for the sequal, keep up the good work! I also love your depiction of Orlando in this and all your other fics, he's perfectly flawed and seems incredibly real and genuine, I've yet to read another writer's fic in which the characters are so three dimentional and interesting!
Author's Response: You have just put the silliest, happiest smile on my face. THANK YOU! Zowie was a challenge to write, but a delight nonetheless. I had to put myself in a completely different mindset, because I sure as hell was nothing like her when I was her age. I like this kind of characters - giving them flaws makes them all the more entertaining to write, because they can take you anywhere. For example, although I had the whole story planned, Zowie and Orlando carried me some place else a few times. Once again, thank you, thank you, thank you! :D
Hooray! Sequal! I'm looking forward to reading this after Wicked Game proved to be so great :)
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I hope you enjoy it, I'll post new chapters soon. :)
Have just read these wonderful first 5 chapters, and I can't wait for more! I thought it'd be a very long time until I found a fanfic as hooking as Wicked Game, but this may well be it: a brilliant start, please do continue :)
Author's Response: Thank you so much! These stories are special to me, and Zowie sure knows how to make a rollercoaster out of her life. :P I'll try to post some more chapters tonight.