Thank you, Mum by slaymesoftly
02/26/2012 06:36 am
11/06/2009 03:09 am
This was very sweet and sad. It is odd, I think, that Buffy is the de facto head of the household. It is, however, not a particularly unusual situation even in non-Sunnydale America.
Very good one-shot. I wish it could have been longer.
Thank you. Sweet and sad is what I was going for. I don't know that Buffy is the de facto head of the household so much as that Joyce bows to her knowledge and experience when it comes to vampire/slayer issues. And it is Buffy who Spike is stalking, so it seems fair that it be her decision to keep him out of the house or not.
Thanks for reading. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
05/14/2009 10:00 pm
it's a lovely and poignant but also an excellent comment on the effect Angel/Angelus had on all of them -
I am finding myself having even more sympathy for Spike as more time goes by - He was such a great character and your story gives a sad but honest insight to his relationship with Joyce and Dawn and Buffy.
if you want a banner, I would be happy to try one for you - I am finding that I really like these short works - I very rarely read them before but there are some real Buffyverse Gems amongst them.
I"m glad you liked it, mncil. If you wanted to do a banner for it, that would be lovely.
05/13/2009 11:22 pm
sweet read, thank you. always enjoy the glimpses of a different spike brought out by joyce and/or dawn.
*nods* If nothing makes it obvious that Spike didn't need his soul to care, it's his treatment of Dawn and Joyce.
05/13/2009 07:06 am
Aww, that was beautiful!
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