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Review of chapter "Chapter One" from war
nice to see another visit to this AU.that's a formidable team now on the
Hellmouth that will make everyone in the know think twice before going to
Sunnydale to start trouble.

good story looking forward to more of your work.

btw does your muse have any ideas for your Honorverse crossovers?
Comments from author:
Well, the Scooby Pack was considered quite formidable by the entire demonic community even prior to taking out the Master and Drusilla in 'Coyote Alpha,' so the skills they've gained will make them even more so.

As far as my Honorverse stories go, yes, I do have ideas how to continue them; I just have to find the time to do so, now.
Review By [war] • Date [30 Oct 07] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from martelcris
Very good!!!

Do you think to expand this story or write a sequel ?
'cause this is a very good start for a longer story and wasting a plot bunny is BAD!!

Do you realize that between Xander/Carter and Dawn/O'Neill there will be UST :)

Comments from author:
Well, as I noted, this was a sequel to 'Coyote Alpha.' And I have ideas for further stories in this 'verse.

And the Xander/Carter and Dawn/O'Neill angle might come up in the future, especially with the way Dawn was considering Xander in 'Coyote Alpha.' ;-)
Review By [martelcris] • Date [30 Oct 07] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from APS
Great story,
keep up the good work.
Comments from author:
Thanks. I will.
Review By [APS] • Date [30 Oct 07] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from WolfWriter
Lovely! But just one question: Who's Lo? Is he Coyote, the Trickster from Amerindian mythology? Or someone else that I'm not familiar with? And what's this about his grandchildren?
Comments from author:
Lo is short for Loki, which Coyote noted was simply one of the various names he'd been known by in the past. And 'his grandchildren' is simply an affectionate way he refers to the Scooby Pack in particular, since he considers all of humanity as his progeny.
Review By [WolfWriter] • Date [30 Oct 07] • Not Rated
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