Reviews For Vertigo
Name: kieraraelyn reviewed Vertigo on Apr 14, 2017 12:13 am
The fuck? Dude. The fuck? That is not how you end a story. I want more of THIS story. I loved it.

I would have liked to SEE the development of his feelings, because it's clear that he had them before she did, but they appeared kind of suddenly after a time gap. It wasn't jarring but... I'm not sure if I'm articulating what I mean very well. There may not even have been a great way to do it since the story's told entirely from her point of view.

I really liked this story and I wish we could have gotten the answers to the questions you left us with.
Name: Boogum reviewed Vertigo on Feb 14, 2011 10:32 pm
I really liked this! You managed to fit so much in a one-shot, and while I would have liked to have seen some parts expanded on, I was still left feeling satisfied. I liked what you did with Draco and Ginny's relationship, as well as Narcissa's character. The ending was very nice!

Author's Response: Thanks! There definitely are some weaker spots - it was written for exchange, and I had a time limit. But it's one of the favorite things I wrote. Glad you like it!
Name: enoimreh reviewed Vertigo on Jun 01, 2010 10:54 pm
I agree. Most definitely in need of a sequel! That was absoltuely fantastic though. I realy love how you portrayed their relationship before they got together, especially how Ginny thinks Draco is trying to something else but she's not understanding. Those moments were wonderful. It's hard to choose a favorite part, but I really liked the scene where Draco was trying to explain Briana to Ginny. You did such a great job of capturing both of them in that scene. Wonderful!
Name: GoldenFawkes reviewed Vertigo on Aug 20, 2009 03:59 am
This story is so excellent. Except it doesn't seem to end!
Name: Rashonda reviewed Vertigo on Jun 30, 2009 11:52 pm
I'm glad I came across this story. It was written very realistically on how their relationship would be. I also liked how you left it open-ended as well. gj
Name: Dracoz Devil reviewed Vertigo on May 25, 2009 12:37 pm
thats it! nothing more! what happens next?!?!
Name: silvermay reviewed Vertigo on Feb 07, 2009 06:43 pm
This is one of the more realistic scenarios that have been written. I thought it was very sweet. Yay!

Author's Response: Thanks! Glad you enjoyed.
Name: wcoast_girl reviewed Vertigo on Feb 07, 2009 03:05 am
Oh I LOVE this story. I read it like 3 times on LJ over Christmas. Its just so good - lovely plot, chracterisation, sex. It just flows so nicely. And this line - "she knew deep down into her most secret places that she wanted him in the forever kind of way", just makes me squeal. Fantastic job!!

Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad you liked it. I actually questioned that line's relative cheesiness, but decided it was okay after I realized how it felt like it was influenced by some of my favorite literature.
Name: Hiddenangel reviewed Vertigo on Feb 06, 2009 09:38 am

Author's Response: Aw, yeah, I don't think there will be one. It's a story about beginnings, you know? But I'm glad that you liked it. : )
Name: spazzingqueen reviewed Vertigo on Feb 05, 2009 11:59 pm
Oh my god! This is so incredible! I really really hope you write a sequel. I want to see Harry suffer a bit and Draco and Narcissa make it up to her.

Author's Response: Thanks, glad you enjoyed! I don't think I'll write a sequel, but stranger things have happened. I don't think Harry really needs to suffer, but in the epilogue I'm seeing in my head Draco and Narcissa are definitely there. : )
Name: Dracogirl reviewed Vertigo on Feb 05, 2009 05:57 pm
I really understand why this was nominated for Most in Need of a Sequel. I thought this was such a wonderfully sweet fic. And yes the kiss was NICE!! I hope to soon see a sequel to this.

Author's Response: Aw thanks! I doubt there will be a sequel, but there might be an epilogue.
Name: CCC reviewed Vertigo on Feb 05, 2009 02:07 pm
NOoooooo! That was an evil cliff hanger. I am cursing your name at the moment. If I check and find out this was a one shot you will hear screaming and ranting. Oh, and this story was superb. The opening scene was hot. The emotions were great. I'm thoroughly impressed.

Author's Response: Uh oh... yep, that's all there is. *covers ears* Glad you liked it!
Name: KarmaKiller20 reviewed Vertigo on Feb 05, 2009 01:59 pm
oh wow. i really loved this, and i hope that maybe you'll add more to it later. i was kinda sad when i realized the status said "completed" :( maybe an epilogue? :D

Author's Response: There might maybe be an epilogue, but I lost the urge and I'm moving soon, so... I didn't want to get anyone's hopes up. Glad you liked it!
Name: albinopeacockwithfreckles reviewed Vertigo on Feb 05, 2009 01:06 pm
Hmm, very intriquing. I look forward to the next chapter!

Author's Response: Sadly, this is a oneshot. : (
Name: seegrim reviewed Vertigo on Feb 05, 2009 11:52 am

*sighs happily*

Really, I love this story probably more than I should love a story.  :)

The ending still fills me with absolute glee, by the way.  

Author's Response: I won't lie, I got to that and it just felt like the ending, and I was rereading it later and I think there was a bit of evil laughter involved on my part.

*pets the shiny banner* I've got this banner that tells me how much you like the story, lol! Also, you are awesome. The end.
Name: starry_laa reviewed Vertigo on Feb 05, 2009 10:22 am
That was really beautifully written. You definitely took the prompt and flew away with it :D I think I would have liked a few more scenes in the time gaps. There was a big jump from their teasing banter to becoming friends, and it would have been nice to see a bit more snark there, but then maybe the snark belonged in a different story, and more of it would have seemed a bit awkward. The jumps probably emphasise the point of the story, so with each leap of the story you feel the "vertigo" feeling :D I love your way of writing- the metaphors, attention to detail and emotion. I think it's obvious that you put your heart into writing this.
I got the impression that the first part of this story linked on to the ending of this? If so, i thought that was really clever ^ ^

Author's Response: Yes, there are three sections, and the very first part fits in between the second and third parts. At the exchange I actually gave them subheadings, but I never liked the device, and decided to see if people thought it was too confusing without. I wanted to show a really kind of one-sided romance full of self-denial, and I did think that I skipped a lot, but it just felt right... I think you're on to something there and maybe that's what I was thinking subconsciously. This whole thing was all written "it just feels right like this" and when I was done and sat back and reread it, I was really shocked to see how the vertigo/falling theme worked its way out!

I'm glad you enjoyed it and thanks for reviewing!
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