Kitkastiel

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Loved it!

I really enjoyed Vakkar's Light. I see myself re-reading it often in the future. The character development is everything in this. The careful, slow moving romance and the friendships that developed over the storyline were delightful as well. It was beautifully written, and was easy to follow. The rage, sadness, the fear... all of it was palpable. The few graphic scenes, sexy or bloody, were written tastefully. I can't express how much I enjoyed it!

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I need more!

I actually read this on another platform before coming here and finding it again. I love this author's writing style. I love that she writes a genuinely strong female lead in this story that truly does not need a man. He's lucky to have her, not the other way around. And holy character development, batman!

I love the pace of the story and the insight into their own illegal activities and the details behind it. The author puts a lot of thought into what the characters are doing and how they do it. It's refreshing to have more in depth on what the organizations do versus "went on a run" or "met my contact" and that's it. Like this author tells you who and how and why. It makes it so much more realistic and less like fiction that was glazed over for the sake of pushing the storyline. This is so well thought out.

I hope Cain's story comes out soon. I would love to hear what goes on in his head and what kind of stuff he's going to get up to. I am anxious to see the kind of woman he may be drawn to as well.

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So good!

This is so well written. It’s a unique concept and I love the depth to Luna. I love the sassy comments she has (but doesn’t say) I’m excited to see where this goes!

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So good!

Holy character development, Batman!

Honestly Ivy was a hard to like main character for the first few chapters. As it progressed and as you see the reasons why she is they way she is.. it all made sense. And to her point, if it was a male character he would have been celebrated and loved. Amazing job pointing out that double standard.

I loved the slow progression of their relationship and the end was the perfect sort of closure.

Very well done!

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Well done!

This was a unique story.

I like the fact that while it revolves around Stella's family drama, Edmund is who we read about first. We see his lifestyle and how he is instead of following Stella from the start. I think that was a really interesting approach and I genuinely enjoyed that. I like the amount of character development that happened with Stella and Edmund. I think it was really important that you showed that growth from beginning to end the way that you did. And really well done!

I did really enjoy it and it was easy to follow. I think with some editing and some tweaks to your punctuation this story will really stand out!

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Love

I absolutely love this story. The way Versana handles herself around others is perfection. I can’t wait to see more!

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So good!

I love this sorry so much. I’ve read it probably dozens of times now (on here and WP) you are so talented and such a gifted story teller!

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