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|Dragon's Fire by Lily Dragonquill||4 Review(s)|
|Desidera||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 8/12/2005|
|Ohhh, why does that remind me of my little brother? *giggles* And, well, myself sometimes... I can imagine Bilbo doesn't have it that easy with Frodo, but he's a nice boy and I'm sure he'll get over the embarrassment. Though I do understand him, I hate feeling embarrassed and like a child. *g* I love the enthusiasm Bilbo puts into his new role. *gg*|
Author Reply: If Bell doesn't mention it again, Frodo will surely get over the embarrassement very quickly :)
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 8/8/2005|
|Alas, poor Frodo--glowing opal dragon eyes and evaluative stares from ladies, and in his altogether! I agree with Bilbo--the sense of humor needs to be developed. |
Love the idea of Frodo in the altogether, I find. Now, does that make me a dirty old woman? Heh!
Author Reply: Poor Frodo hasn't had an easy start at all.
You're no dirty old woman, as long as I am no dirty young one :)
|Andrea||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 8/7/2005|
"Frodo had some fire in him, but did not quite know how to use it yet."
Let's give him some time to grow up and the outcome will be fantastic!
A nice little story Lily - and again you taught me a new word, I never heard before: cauldron. The first one was "tadpoles" (which I will never forget) ;-)
Author Reply: "Frodo had some fire in him, but did not quite know how to use it yet."
I hope the outcome will also be seen in Schicksalsjahre one day, even though Frodo is moving right into the other direction at the moment. But even there he has fire yet unknown. :)
The tadpoles won't ever be forgotten - and neither will the cauldron :)
I'm very glad you liked it.
|Sweet Pea||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 8/7/2005|
|Awww, very sweet! I love Bell's comment went she saw Frodo. "He has grown." That sounds like something she would say. Great job! :-)|
Author Reply: Thanks! Bell somehow acts like a seldomly visited aunt would, doesn't she?