Date: June 21 2016 12:54 PM Title: Act 1, Scene 3: Mary
So then Isabel must be a Goddess then? I mean I guess you could call her a 'demi-goddess' but then that would imply there are male gods with which the goddesses can mate to produce true goddesses. So far we've not seen any so that must mean that goddesses need to mate with normal men. Anyway miles tall means that having sex with a goddess would be dangerous one would think. I mean just a normal hundred foot gts is dangerous enough to make love with but a giga?
Date: April 24 2016 9:34 PM Title: Act 1, Scene 1: Isabel's Arrival
First review I've ever written for the site. I felt compelled because mega/micro gentle gts is my favorite genre and there isn't a lot of it out there. So thank you for writing this awesome story, I'm definitley a fan.
P.S. I hope that line about her "mountains" at the end of chapter 2 was foreshadowing.
Author's Response: I'm glad you're enjoying the story! About the foreshadowing, what do you think it could be foreshadowing? Honestly, I had no foreshadowing in mind and I'd like to hear what you thought it might be.
Date: April 24 2016 6:41 PM Title: Act 1, Scene 1: Isabel's Arrival
I hope he gets time with her feet also I hope you continue your other stories as well.
Author's Response: Three will definitely be time with her feet. As for the other stories, I'm having a bit of writers block with them and am having troubling advancing the plot. I might update them soon though.
Date: April 24 2016 5:03 PM Title: Act 1, Scene 2: Misunderstood
Not sure if telling someone you feel like squishing them is being a "nice girl", just saying. Especially since she doesn't know what kind of circumstances the bartender is in, for all she knows, maybe he really needed that money to feed his family or something... Anyway great story and great chapter! I'll be keeping up with this one.
Author's Response: Thanks for the compliments! About the nice girl thing, good eye. That was a mistake on my part. I think my train of thought is that she was being nice by not crushing him, but you make a good point.