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4/14/2017 c2 Guest
Great story.
5/25/2012 c2 293FaithinBones
I would have loved to seen this and avoided Hannah.
5/25/2012 c1 FaithinBones
Episode is where I really started to dislike Sweets. Your story sums up why.
10/13/2011 c2 2rightfromthebeginning
OMG I just adored this story :) Great work.
9/6/2011 c2 KittyOrens
So... If I were the producer... I'd hire you to be the writer! I LOVE this story. It is wonderful and really did make me tear up. I would be so happy if I could see this played out on my TV...

I very much enjoyed being inside the head of Booth and feeling his struggle with his gambling issue and with God. Seeing him work through these issues and come to the conclusion that he needs to make ammends and then to see him make them was wonderful. And to see the result of Bone's own struggles and her willingness to put herself out there for him was also wonderful.

Keep on writing! I'll keep on reading!
9/3/2011 c2 SouthunLady
I think the sunglasses will forever be a mystery...the truth known only to HH.

I like your version of their story much better!
9/1/2011 c2 18purple.bookworm.girl
I'm literally falling asleep right now so I probably shouldn't be reading and reviewing...but I did like this, a lot. Booth and big revelations are always great to see, and Bones explaining that she can't give thirty or forty or fifty years just yet. Veryyyyyyy good!
9/1/2011 c2 mendenbar
Oooh. I really like that. Beautiful from both sides.

Hijacked sunglasses: My understanding is that Booth gave Brennan the sunglasses originally. Hannah, in hospital, is a terminal smart-ass and knowing that Brennan probably doesn't have a clue what Hannah is talking about, tells Brennan that she should have brought a gift or flowers to visit someone in the hospital. But since Bones is already there, in order to "help" Brennan be "socially correct," Hannah will graciously accept those fine sunglasses in lieu of flowers or other gift. A confused Brennan hands over the sunglasses.

That's about all I really know. Useless, ain't it?

9/1/2011 c2 64nattylovesjordy

"If one could call what happened outside the Hoover subtle!"

When I read this, the line struck me as a totally "you" line. Like, if I didn't know who wrote this, I'd see that line and think you wrote it. Idk (excuse the lazy phone speak) exactly why that line, but it's true.

I was reading and reading and then I got to the part about him asking to talk to her and was like, "she said hanky alert. I'm worried now." it wasn't sad, which with that I was afraid it'd be, but it was super emotional which still made me blink a few extra times.

And then the last line. Mmmm, the last line. That is definitely something that I would like. Any story, if I had to choose one line, it'd be that. It makes me want to write, and I think that is one of the greatest comments one can get. (there's 2 I can think of). It also makes me wish I had written it!

What a great job. I went on about a few specifics, but this was great overall!

Thank you.
9/1/2011 c2 40razztaztic
If you get an explanation for the sunglasses, please email it to me because...damn.

Oh, how nice it would have been to have just skipped the whole Hannah thing. Oh, how nice.
8/31/2011 c1 razztaztic
Ahhhh...I never saw his words as an ultimatum. That's an interesting way to look at it because really, they kinda were.

Looking forward to this!
8/30/2011 c1 18purple.bookworm.girl
Some flailing definitely going on, this is deep! It's so hard to think of what Booth must have felt in that situation, at least for me, because I get so caught up in 'poor Brennan, oh she's just told him no but it's hurting her so badly,' and it's great to read a story like this where you go into Booth's reaction. Great work!
8/30/2011 c1 64nattylovesjordy

First. "No matter how he looked at it, it all came back to Bones. The only different factor in the equation was Bones."

What a great string of lines. I wanted to add "It was always Bones," even though it didn't totally apply. Those two lines make me want to write.

I really liked this! The first few lines had me hooked. And it really dove into Booth and the actual gambling. Like my gambling piece thing, it was not really related to the action, and this was (a little more) and I really liked that!

I like this type of writing, too! Sometimes I don't need/want plot, just... this!

Great job.

8/30/2011 c1 SouthunLady
I can hardly wait for the next chapter. Please don't make us wait for a long time. This is very well-written.

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