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|A Circlet of Orange Flowers by LKK||12 Review(s)|
|Leaward||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/2/2005|
|LMAO Bad!Thranduil! And Poor Legolas to be caught in the middle, and poor Aragorn! Bad!Thranduil again!|
|elliska||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 9/23/2004|
|Evil! Just too funny. I love it. Great dialogue and very believable. I am still laughing.|
Author Reply: Thanks elliska! Good to hear that you enjoyed it! LKK
|Nightwing||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/23/2003|
|I liked both of these little stories. I've never read anything before that was made up of only dialog. I thought you handled it very cleverly.|
I laughed at the thought of Aragorn all dolled up in his orange-flowered circlet, gritting his teeth as his hands drove him mad, trying to maintain decorum.
Poor Legolas... what to do? I hope the truce lasts.
|Coriel||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 9/27/2003|
|AAAAA-ha-ha! Kudos to Thranduil! Aragorn had best learn to keep his big mouth shut; it would save him a good deal of trouble. No one slights the Elvenking and gets away with it. "Your father scares me." How eloquent! Loved both of these ~ what an intriguing way to tell a story!|
|Avon||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 9/20/2003|
|Poor Aragorn! I liked the different style these two stories were in.|
|daw the minstrel||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 8/26/2003|
|"I don’t want to look foolish wearing a poorly made circlet" - this is a great line! It made me laugh out loud. Poor Aragorn. He has no idea what Legolas is plotting.|
And another great exchange -- "Besides that. Will your father be satisfied?"
What a wonderful use of dialogue to tell a tale. This was a terrific way to start my day.
|Tinnuial||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 8/25/2003|
|HaHa!! Thranduil's absolutely wicked!!! Totally hilarious....hope you write more....|
|CHED (it's just intials, dammit!)||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 8/25/2003|
|Jay of Lasgalen||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 8/25/2003|
|My God!! I can review!! (Sorry, it's not worked before ...)|
Ahem. LKK, this was great, a lovely follow up to the previous story. I love the exchanges between Legolas, Aragorn and Thranduil, and the orange flowers. I think my favourite line is Legolas':
"It is unwise to describe the king as ‘feminine’ within his hearing."
Oh, my, I bet it's not! Much as I love Thranduil, I would *not* describe him as feminine ... definitely not ...
|Nilmandra||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 8/25/2003|
|Now this is my kind of Evil!Thranduil! Woohoo to the King!|
Loved it. Poor Aragorn. Poor Legolas. Gloating King. *grin*