Reviews for Arabella's Secret
||2008.07.10 - 04:33AM
||3: Chapter Three
|Just thought you'd like to know that I first found this story absolutely ages ago & only managed to read the first bit of it before losing it & then couldn't remember what it was called to get back into it later! I've been really frustrated not to find it again & then, today, suddenly came across it when going through the 'random stories'! I absolutely love this story - can't understand why it hasn't had more reviews - in my opinion it is one of the most seductive I've read! Just love Severus' attempt at restraint & how he desperately tries to stay in control & not give into his feelings. Could really imagine him to be like this. So glad he gave in eventually! I know you wrote this story quite a long time ago but I'd love to see more from you. Any chance of more stories with these two? Funny you mentioned Phantom of the Opera because I was only recently thinking of how similar Severus Snape is in many ways to the Phantom (i.e his unrequited love for Lily - the Phantom's for Christine, living alone in the dungeons etc.) I think I have a bit of a thing for 'lost souls' & that dark, brooding, repressed sexuality! You certainly got that across in this story - well done!|
Author's Response: Wow. Well, It's been a long time since I logged in here. Thank you for such glowing words of praise. I do have more I am working on, but I have posted them on therabidreader.com, same log-in name. If I can find a good beta, perhaps I'll look into submitting more to Occlumency. Right now, though, they are unbeta'd and unpolished.
Again, thank you sincerely for such glowing words. I'm always happy to find another kindred soul with a thing for little boy lost. :) (How about V for Vendetta?)
||2007.05.06 - 11:05AM
||3: Chapter Three
|Well...I bet he's happy he gave in! Looking forward to reading more.|
Author's Response: Thank you for reading. This was my second attempt at a fan fiction, the first involving the Phantom of the Opera, my first true love (which I merely finished for someone else who'd lost interest in an engaging tale). Sadly, this is where the story ends. The rest is completely up to the reader's imagination.