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Review of chapter "Chapter One" from loretta
this is good, i would love to see what will happen next
Comments from author:
When - not if - Jean-Claude is stupid enough to order his minions to attack the Council, he's going to learn the hard way that he's not the meanest dog in the kennel. ;-)
Review By [loretta] • Date [12 May 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from thewrongalice
Enjoyed this thanks and LOVED the "There`s no such thing as overkill" line!
Comments from author:
Thanks for reviewing and letting me know you enjoyed the story. I appreciate it. ;-)
Review By [thewrongalice] • Date [4 Feb 13] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from mariegilbert
I love the Xander quote near the end! I would enjoy reading a confrontation chapter too!
Comments from author:
Glad you enjoyed the story, and thanks for reviewing.

Anything further is at the mercy of my muse's whims. ;-)
Review By [mariegilbert] • Date [16 Sep 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from (Recent Donor)Luna
Someone was searching for this fic and someone else provided the link on the forums - must say I do love some BAMF-Wesley action ;) Well done!
Comments from author:
Thanks, Luna.

Glad you enjoyed the story.
Review By [(Recent Donor)Luna] • Date [27 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from (Current Donor)justjoanjm
I really liked this. I'd love to find more of it :)
Comments from author:
Thanks for the review, and letting me know you enjoyed the story.

Anything more is entirely up to my muse's whims, but I'll ask and see what she says. ;-)
Review By [(Current Donor)justjoanjm] • Date [3 Apr 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from (Recent Donor)etznab
Comments from author:
Thanks for reviewing. Glad you enjoyed it.
Review By [(Recent Donor)etznab] • Date [4 Sep 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from ShalaDakiri
I like this one a lot more than I thought I would. I actually passed it over several times until I found the Challenge listing.

Westly makes a good point: they are technically human and shouldn't have to have anything to do with Jean-Claude.

Now I'm hoping there's a follow up with the vamps getting in trouble for pushing the issue.

Edit: True, but if he does push, it could give RPIT an excuse to act, especially if someone had been smart enough to record Jason's message and Wesley's response. Not to mention fuel for the anti-vamp groups.
Comments from author:
Can you really see Jean-Claude allowing some mere *human* to refuse his oh-so-reasonable-and-beneficent offer and NOT react? ;-)

I'm not exactly sure when I'll be getting back to following this up, but it'll be before the end of the Fic-A-Thon.
Review By [ShalaDakiri] • Date [10 Aug 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from RosytheCat

Yeah, I never really got why people--particularly Anita--put up with that whole Feudal Lordship/protection bull-pucky thing that LKH had going on with the vamps and predatory shifters. They're American citizens, and the Old World vamps can take their outdated rules and go on a nice, long walk off a nice, short pier into a lake of holy water while wearing lead-lined concrete shoes.

-- Rosy the Cat
Comments from author:
I agree fully about how backwards the entire supernatural social scene is, but I guess it would be expected when most of the major players were born during the feudal era.

But they should wake up and get familiar with the current mores, since I can't really see that system lasting very long in today's society.
Review By [RosytheCat] • Date [9 Aug 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from CPTSkip
I love Wes when he goes all bad-ass. For some reason I always mentally picture him smoking one of those little cigars when he does so. I enjoyed the first few AB novels and then they went WAY off the tracks. I do like the way Wes thinks. As the old saying goes, "There are few problems that cannot be solved by the application of sufficient explosive force." Amen!
Comments from author:
Yep, Wes and Xander are much alike in that they are more inclined to use the tried and true methods available at your local armory to solve any problems that might arise. ;-)
Review By [CPTSkip] • Date [8 Aug 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from purrfus
Political correctness - omg. This is so wrong in all the best ways. Wes snark is always good, but this is amazingly funny. I would love to see more of this if the muse takes you.
Comments from author:
Well, having to acknowledge dead people as part of their voting constituents is something that Chicago has been doing for approximately a century now, so I guess in the Anita Blake-verse, the rest of the country just followed their lead. ;-)

As I've indicated in other reviews, I think I'll come back to this later in the month, but right now, I'm working on some other future Fic-A-Thon entries.
Review By [purrfus] • Date [8 Aug 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from ReadsaLot
May I add my appreciation to this wonderful face-meet-the-curb wakeup call to the AB vamps?

In a few short sentences, you summed up the essence I found so personally abhorrent about the Anita Blake books that I didn't get through the first one, and decided firmly to never pick one up again. A choice that only got reinforced as time went on and I heard the horror stories of what Anita eventually spiraled into.

Bravo, bravo!
Comments from author:
Yeah, after a bit, I decided the best way to deal with J-C, Anita and the rest of their minions would involve high explosives, napalm and blunt instruments to deal with anything left over after the previous two methods.
Review By [ReadsaLot] • Date [8 Aug 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Elleria
Love this.
Comments from author:
Thanks. I appreciate the review.
Review By [Elleria] • Date [8 Aug 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Geyer
Just excellent. I'll admit to being a tad bit prejudiced, because I've always liked Wesley, and I never much cared for Jean-Claude in the few AB novels I read. Although I hope to see a follow-up, this story is perfect as is.
Comments from author:
J-C was totally a power-hungry asshole, and I really didn't care for him much at all. Him getting staked, decapitated and then burnt to ashes wouldn't really bother me all that much. ;-)
Review By [Geyer] • Date [8 Aug 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from kaleecat
Greywizard wrote: You're right, this was originally intended to be a Xander story, but I decided Wes doesn't get enough face time, so i threw him in, instead.

Oh, I agree, Wesley simply does not get enough story time anywhere. I find him to be one of the most interesting characters because of his growth from the beginning of BtVS to the end of AtS. And Wesley after the big Connor debacle was so much fun. That's why I said I hope you find another chapter of this, because I think him laying the smack-down on AB would be so fun.
Comments from author:
As I noted in another review, I will probably be coming back and continuing this story later in the month, but right now, I'm working on the next couple stories for the Fic-A-Thon.
Review By [kaleecat] • Date [7 Aug 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Oakheart
I'll confess to a little bit of prejudice - I don't care for vampires being portrayed in a sympathetic light. The 'Oh, poor tortured soul' riff never rang true for me. These are entities that prey on humans as a food source. Whether they are demonically-possessed corpses (BtVS) or a curse beyond life (traditional Dracula) or "different, really!" (Twilight), they are still the Bad Guys.

I lead with this because the Anita Blake books started okay for me. She's the Executioner, right? with the added (questionable) bonus of being a necromancer. Then the books bogged down in an ever-accelerating spiral of sex and accommodations with evil. So I read with glee the line in the sand from Wesley, and the blithe statement of 'open fire and reload'. I grin, I chortle. Thanks.

And if you're sending them anywhere near the Cullen fiasco, well, that would be pure icing...

Comments from author:
Glad to hear from another recovering, former AB-verse aficionado. ;-) I, too, enjoyed the books at one time before deciding to shun them for the trash they became.

As far as the Cullen mess, I never even considered reading them and my distaste for them is even greater now than it was previously, so I seriously I'll ever consider crossing with them.

(Unless, of course, I can figure out a way to destroy the entire dimension/reality. ;-) )
Review By [Oakheart] • Date [7 Aug 11] • Not Rated
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