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8/8 c11 WolfhoundLove1
Wow. I can't wait for more. Parker crying and hugging Hardison and talking about losing a brother all over again was heartbreaking. Shed a few tears over that one myself. Brilliantly done.
I bet Helen (Sapienlove) was reading over your shoulder as you were writing. I miss her wit and her generosity of spirit. She'd invited me to Scotland and to stay with her while we were there. She was a very special person. The dedication to her was great. Bet she loved it too.
Thanks for the ride. Can't wait for the rest.
8/7 c6 WolfhoundLove1
I'm so glad you put an after note regarding PTSD. I had a boyfriend that had it after Viet Man.I clearly remember walking down the street with him when a car backfired. He grabbed me and took me down with him to the ground yelling at me to stay down. He was horrified at what he'd done though I wasn't hurt. My heart broke for him but back then there was no reason about PTSD.
My girlfriend's husband drank himself to death because of it. Horrible what they went through. God b less them all.
8/7 c3 WolfhoundLove1
God, what is there to say? I friking love this! Now I think this will be a fun day spent reading rather than washing floors etc. The hell with the house work. Thanks bunches.
7/13 c11 2Is This Not Reality
I almost never post reviews and haven’t read fics in quite some time, but I HAD to here. This is one of the best fics out there. I so so so hope that an update comes soon! Again, excellent work. Wow.
7/5 c11 1novisha.rivera.1
Okay so now I really want to know what Parker stole in San Lorenzo
6/18 c3 4Lacy073
Okay so I thought I could wait patiently until I finished this story to review it, but as it turns out I am entirely incapable of doing so. Let me just say... this is one of the best Leverage stories I have found so far. Your style of prose is absolutely brilliant, and you fit the characters beautifully. I usually straight up refuse to read anything with original characters but yours is wonderful. You have me laughing at one moment, and scared for their lives the next. I love everything about this.
6/17 c10 1novisha.rivera.1
No worries, the crazy going around enough to keep e everyone busy. Barely making time to stop in with my favorite writers.
Sapienlover/Tetrarch, I had no idea she had passed. My heart hurts at the thought. Long as we can still read her stories and remember her talent, then she is never truly gone.
Take care if yourself and family, your fans will be here
6/9 c11 7Cgarcia555
Poor Shelly. He still hasn’t realized what he’s in for. Love the direction this is going.
5/26 c11 7Praemonitus
I love this chapter! I was beginning to despair of Eliot ever coming to his senses and accepting the team’s help, even if he plans on ditching them again. Thanks for putting them back together for a bit!

I loved your description of Parker’s smile. It cracked me up and is so perfect. The team dynamics in this chapter were great.

Btw your previous description of the chase with the helicopter thrilled a friend of mine who used to fly cobras and other helicopters for the military. I asked him about flying in the snow and I was treated to several hair raising tails. ;) Thanks for that!
5/26 c11 197Daisyangel
There's the Eliot we all know and love. lol
3/6 c10 2hengrimm
I want to say "aww ... the 'family's' back together," but I can't; Eliot (the dumbass), in denying himself their comfort and strength in his misguided attempt to protect them, is slowly tearing them apart. So much so, even Shelley can see it.

This must sound like a broken record by now, but I think your characterization is just … absolutely, without a doubt ... stunning. I like the backstory Shelley tells Sophie and Nate about Eliot's shattered confidence. I found myself thinking a lot about Nate's earlier chess comment, how Spencer's playing the game wrong as far as the pieces (the team) goes. I like the time you spent in each of the characters' POV, especially Sophie's; you haven't done a lot of her - I know she's harder for you than the others - but I enjoyed her insights here - along with her unexpected driving abilities! Particularly great job with Eliot and Hardison.

While still moving the story forward and (temporarily) wrapping up some action and angst, this chapter provided a chance to slow down, to re-group and, despite the tension of worrying over Eliot and if he'll stay this time, to relax a little bit; to be happy they've reunited, even if nothing's been really resolved. Because the *team* knows, even if Eliot doesn't, that they're stronger together and that there's truth in that old saw: united we stand, divided we fall. It was a nice break for the readers as well, a chance to catch our breath. And yet we know things are going to come to a head, if they're able to keep Eliot at the safehouse, having him, the team, and Shelly all there so this adds an element of friction or suspense (anticipation?), because we *know* something - a confrontation if nothing else - is coming. I find myself looking forward to it!

I'm so glad Hardison and Shelley did what they did for Atherton's family with the cell phone - not for Atherton, of course, but for Eliot. I wonder if anything will come of that... I'll be reading to find out!

Btw, I'm slowly making my way through the "Leverage" series on Amazon and I recently finished S2 and was re-introduced (introduced? I don't remember seeing all those episodes before) to Robert Blanche and have to say I *loved* Detective Bonnano; I'm so glad you're including him in this fic, even if it is a small role!
2/23 c10 24sapienlover
Oh, Eliot. "I ain't worth that." Idiot. When is he going to realise he IS worth it, and his team love him more than they can say. I love that Sophie is one helluva driver (although poor Lucille took a bit of a hit) and Nate isn't going to take any of Eliot's nonsense. Although it was so a Nate-thing when he tries to push Eliot's buttons. Sometimes ... sometimes Nate thinks he has to be cruel to be kind, but Eliot sure as hell doesn't take kindly to Nate's pushing.

Hardison ... bless his good, decent heart, and his anger is well-placed. But it's Parker in this chapter. Oh, Parker, how I love how you are written in this story. Her insecurities and her love of Eliot as a brother she will protect with her life. And poking. Lots and lots of poking. More soon, please.
2/19 c10 7Cgarcia555
Just read from start to the end. Loved it all over again. You’ve written it well with a lot of imagery put into it with the preside description you’ve used. Shellys fear of Parker is laughable. Bannano’s ire is a little off from what I’d imagine it to be. But it is realistic at the same time. I’m looking forward to see how this is all resolved. Your stories are always great.
2/18 c10 7Praemonitus
I’m so glad you posted another chapter! I can’t wait for the next one. Thanks for finally getting Eliot and the time back together! ;)
1/14 c9 1novisha.rivera.1
I forgive you about the Tahoe, now if it was a Jeep, they might have been a few harsh words lol.
So it took me a while to catch up, stupid stuff like real ice and migraines getting in the way. I'd missed the guys a lot. Thanks for your efforts getting them in trouble, and out of it again.
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