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Reviewer: Olo Signed [Report This]
Date: June 12 2017 12:51 PM Title: The Gentleman Dines Tonight

Finally, someone who appreciates the importance of presentation.

This one's a keeper. My favorite detail was the humming. Shows that everyone's enjoying themselves. Something by Gershwin, perhaps? Can't go wrong with Gilbert & Sullivan.

Author's Response:

I always admire it in other stories when writers include little details and asides that bring that much more life to a scene. I admire a mind that works like that, I've struggled to imitate it and gain that instinct.

Reviewer: RandomStoriesHQ Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: December 14 2016 4:53 AM Title: The Gentleman Dines Tonight

This is probably the first vore story I've ever truly liked... what have you done to me!?!

But seriously, the descriptions and perspectives were spot on, and I could practically imagine the point of view from both the lady and gentleman. It was refreshing to have a vore story on here that was completely based on sensuality, rather than a female wanting to exert their dominance. I actually had the chills reading it! 

Overall a great job! Hope you write something similar in the future!

Author's Response:

Thank you very much for saying so. I'm glad it had such an affect on you, especially since you weren't overly disposed toward the motif initially. Same here: it wasn't entirely my thing, but I wanted to see if I could pull it off believably, and the idea had just been haunting me for such a long time. Who knows, maybe it'll start a precedent. Thanks again!

Reviewer: versusterminus7 Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: August 08 2016 7:55 PM Title: The Gentleman Dines Tonight

I had to look up so many words for this story. It was very... Uh... S-sen-shoe-wall. And, um, in... Innnn-vuh-vuh-vig-errrr-rating.

Top notch as always. Never thought I might enjoy male giant stuff like this.

Author's Response:

Thank you most kindly. I never thought I'd write male giant stuff like this, and yet here we are. Life is so funny.

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