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This is so cute. Cute like candy, cute like the cutest stuff I've ever read, cute like i could smile the whole evening. Just very, very cute. That made my day :-)
Author's Response: Aww, thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)
I loved this through and through. Your 'Logan voice' is very authentic. I especially liked 'And so help me, if I caught her spying, I'd mount her head on the wall myself.' I can just picture that. I also liked his definition of 'real love' vs. the flowers and walks on the beach and such. And there for a minute, I thought the whole thing might turn around on him and Marie would be the one to be 'scared off' by her own emotional confession, but thank goodness she's smarter than that! I really enjoyed this. Thanks once again to the 'Story of the Moment' feature. I don't know whose idea that was, but my hat is most definitely off to whomever deserves the credit. --Wendie
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm glad you enjoyed it, and I'm especially glad you liked Logan's voice. He can be a tricky character to get right! ;)
After fretting so much over it, trying to avoid it, and feeling like such a pansy for thinking it, Logan said it surprisingly easily. It was like it fell out of him, and it almost seemed like the loss of a burden to him that it was out there. He's not as much of a grouch as in the beginning of the fic, and he's even got a sense of humor there about it at the end. He's sort of wonderful.
And the everyday conversation and gesture between M&L while they're sitting there watching tv was just right as well - normal, prosaic, like the characters did it all the time, so real - but without being dull. There was enough Logan subtext to make it interesting.
Is this the first time you've done Logan's POV and not a third person POV? I liked it. I think the fic required it - otherwise we'd have lost the warm glow of the 'I love you'.
Author's Response: Thank you very much for the detailed feedback! It was a challenge to write that sequence there when Logan finally told Rogue he loved her--I wanted to make it clear that he was uncomfortable, since he's not a touchy-feely type of guy. But at the same time, I didn't want to stretch the fretting out so long that it just got boring--at some point he had to push past the internal conflict and just say it. :p I actually have written a couple of other fics from Logan's POV, "White Streaks" and "Domesticated." I really enjoy writing from his POV--it's fun to muse about what goes on in that mind of his. ;) Thanks again for the feedback!
This was lovely. Just what I needed - thank you :o)
I loved Logan's gruff awkwardness, his internal conflict, and the whole thing was wonderfully true to character.
Heart meltingly perfect *g*. I feel all warm and glow-y now *g*
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm glad you thought Logan was in character; I didn't want to make him too mushy. ;) Thanks again for the feedback!