Date: 04/04/2012 11:46 AM Title: Chapter 4
"Oh crap" is right. You realize we need to see it right through to happily ever after now.
Author's Response: Hey, that's music to my ears, Cricket! :) Seriously though, I have the next story almost ready to post. The one after that is giving me fits at the moment. It's going to take a lot of work to put these pieces back together again.
Date: 03/29/2012 9:15 PM Title: Chapter 4
Nice! What a great explanation of Jason's problems...and what a surprise that Mark had something to reveal, too! I love to see the bonding between the two of them- so much like brothers. I hope to see that both of them pull through okay!
Author's Response: Hi Springie - thanks for the review! I've got at least two more stories in the works - and I am eagerly awaiting your artistic help with the next one! Thanks again for agreeing to draw for me.
Date: 03/29/2012 2:21 PM Title: Chapter 4
I don't normally review stories I've betaed, but I'm making an exception for this one. It has, without question the best "oh crap" plot twist in any fanfic I've ever read.
And that's all I'm saying. I burnt dinner the first time I read this, I'd hate to spoil someone else's chance to do the same...
Author's Response: Aw, thanks, Cath! I will always think of this as the fic that made Cath burn dinner. It's the nicest compliment I've ever received about my fiction and it encouraged me to keep going with these stories. :)
Date: 03/29/2012 1:09 AM Title: Chapter 4
Ooch, that's a clever take. If you know they're enhanced, figure out a way to scramble their enhancements, especially if you have someone in medical on your side.
And yeah, it's just like those two to suffer in silence and discover that if they'd both been more forthcoming, they'd have solved this a long time ago. :)
Looking forward to the next!
Glad you're enjoying this, Chris. :) It took me a while to get this one finished - I'm lucky that I have very patient beta-reviewers! As for the implant theory - I think it was that scene in Strike at Spectra, where Jason falls on-board the ship, that started it all. He complains about his head hurting, but he doesn't appear to have hit it. And why did he fall down at all if the ship was only hit with a burst of light? It didn't make any sense to me. I guess my subconscious got busy with the Battle spackle to fill in the plot holes. ;)