Reviews for N Brennur T I Mer

BY : Gwyndolynelizabeth


  • From ANON - Anon on August 03, 2014

    This fic is very tasteful yet sensual at the same time! The diction is so good! I love how you managed to keep the fic true to the more formal, medieval language (compared to how we humans currently speak) in Asgard. I love how you portrayed Loki. He is still the guarded, cynic that we're used to and it was smart to use his inferiority complex to Thor as well as his mother's affection (adding in the way she knocks). It made him more in-character as well as the world of Asgard.

    After reading the other reviews, I agree, she might be a vampire. She doesn't have a heartbeat and she always has to leave before the sun comes up. I think it's interesting how you incorporated the warmth in place of a heartbeat.

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  • From ANON - Hatter on August 03, 2012

    Wow. I'm really in love with your style of writing. Really you have me in love with your story so far and it's so tastefully done I just can capture all of the Loki feels in this. It's hard to find good Loki fanfiction without the yaoi aspect. This is just beautiful. :3

    >.> WRITE MOAR MOAR I SAY.

    This magical woman from "far away" also intrigues me to. It isn't just her beauty that strikes me but why she has to leave before the sun rises. Is she like a vampire or something? Or does she thrive on moonlight? I feel like she's some kind of goddess or spirit of some sort. She's such a big mystery. Ooooh! I want to keep reading. Please write more?

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  • From hazymil on July 10, 2012

    wow,this is even better than before. Why is she leaving him before Sunrise,don't tell me she is a vampire

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  • From hazymil on July 01, 2012

    This story I like it. ANOTHER!!!!

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  • From flossyfira on June 30, 2012

    i absolutely love this story. I love how you make Loki still the bad guy that we all love in Thor and Avengers but yet he cant control his desire for the girl. I do wish you can continue this story

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