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Lady Love an Outlaw - Part 3 of 4  by Chathol-linn 5 Review(s)
NiharReviewed Chapter: 1 on 12/8/2003
Poor Eomer! What an unfortunate place to rest a hand! Quite good, I am likeing this series quite a lot!


Author Reply: Thank you for taking the time to read and review. Just wanted to mention that in March I revised the 4 chapters to add details regarding horses, dreams, and fighting. I wished to add more realism and more detail. The major story elements remain the same and Chapter 4 is still R rated. Thanks again! - Chathol-linn

eokatReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/30/2003
have just read these first three chapters and enjoyed them very much. Am looking froward to reading the last one, what will Lothriel do when she finds out it is him and vice versa with all those brotherrs of hers. Hope they do not harm him too much. You portray Eomer in a lovely light, he is a hopeess liar ia he not.

ChiggerReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/2/2003
Really! There was no need to do that to the poor guy! O_o For heaven's sake, the Onion Man could have at least left him something! Come now. Anyway, hurry up and get that last part up.

Author Reply: Hello! Do you get the feeling the Onion Man is Eomer's local version of fate? After all, it was his actions that led him to his true love. What else might he do? Thanks so much for taking the time to read and comment. Best regards - Chathol-linn

PS - Part 4 of 4 will be rated R. Hope that's okay! - C-L

NilmandraReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/1/2003
ROFLOL! Oh, poor Eomer! Fortunate Eomer! He has suffered the indignity of being stripped naked, left to sunburn in a most embarassing position, and to fall in love, all in one morning!

I am a bit surprised the loincloth fit, considering all that tugging and tying and touching and ......*grin* Lothiriel - a bit of a wild filly herself, isn't she? Perfect for a future King of Rohan!

Author Reply: Yes, Lothiriel is more than her 15 years would indicate. I hope I can bring out more of her character. Thank you for reading and commenting! Best Regards - Chathol-linn

daw the minstrelReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/1/2003
Oh, wonderful chapter! Poor Eomer. Even his sunburn tells against him. Lothiriel certainly is bold and brave. It is so typical of the Rohirrim that Eomer is a poor liar. I love the light note you strike here.

Author Reply: Thanks for your remarks! I've always wondered how serious Tolkien was about the Elvish blood in the Prince of Dol Amroth. I've decided that if it was enough to make Legolas notice it, it must be real. Therefore, Lothiriel has some of the gifts of the First-born - diluted to be sure - and these gifts make her precocious, among other attributes. As for Eomer, he is a man's man. In the dictionary under "comfortable with body" it says "see Eomer." But I never forget that he is also a prince. Regards - Chathol-linn

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