Reviews For The Shape of You
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Reviewer: trekkie1701 Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 11/12/2019 9:24 PM Title: Chapter 1

I will admit that I was really bummed that the shapeshifter turned out to be Leila initially. However having read to the end I understand the reason why and truly appreciate the storyline. You are a splendid writer and I hope you continue to write more stories. Beautiful work; an honor, apleasure, and a privilege to read this piece.

LLAP / / _



Author's Response:

I am so glad you did not give up on the story (especially if you do not like Leila).  I know some cannot figure her for spraying Spock with the spores.  I also am conflicted over that event, but I do believe Spock cared for her.  That is,  Leila was not delusion in sensing that he had feelings for her, even if it was not the love she wanted from him.  But he did have his reasons for requesting her form, as the story revealed.  

I have to ask, are you trekker from KiScon 2019?

Reviewer: urmeli2007 Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 07/28/2018 5:55 PM Title: Chapter 1

What a loving story. Deep and captivating. I thank you for the wonderful time I had with your story,

Author's Response:

Thank you so much for taking the time to comment.  It makes all the angst you go through trying to get the characters to speak and act in a way that seems true to them worth while.

Reviewer: SORAL179 Signed [Report This]
Date: 06/23/2018 9:59 AM Title: Chapter 1

What a well thought out concept. I love the idea that Spock had to teach a point of stability before feeling safe enough to connect with him. Bones as good doctor and facilitator is well  delineated characterisation. This was a really enjoyable tale.  



Author's Response:

Thank you for taking the time to comment. In my head, Spock always tries to consider the needs of others above his own - hence his guilt over Leila and need to protect the Captain.  Glad you enjoyed Doctor McCoy. I sometimes feel folks forget that he is a kind and caring physcian. That there is something deeper than jokes and insults towards Spock

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