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Yes, hon, I will update soon. And I'm so glad you're enjoying it. Thank you so much for reading and commenting. If you want something else to read, check out my other stuff too! There's plenty there! ;)
Holy crud jess!That was soo amazing!I'm so happy she ends up with him!!But isn't he sorta old?I know they got married earlier to older people in those days,but she is a child!15!He's twenty!And then they have children!!When she is still a kid!Ok,i like it!Its just an odd thought to picture someone my big sister's age with someone 20 years old.My cousins age.Shivers!But ome!I really love this!So poetic!It made me upset in the last one when Mrs.Whitlock said ginny would never do to be a housewife!But ur right,people were brainwashed like that then.Still loving it!Update soon!
LOL Julia, I said he looked about 20...but remember that shapeshifters look older than they are...;) And they won't get married right away. And yes, girls back then married early, sixteen was a very common age to marry and have kids. I think about my own daughter who's 10 and am like, no way! But it was a very different world. Kids grew up a lot faster, they worked like adults, and people died earlier, too. I'm working on the next chapter already. Thanks for reading!
Really beautiful, . You capture the intensity of true love so well. I felt Ginny's nervous excitement as I read the chapter. I can't wait to see what William meant when he said "I know."My favorite part was when she said "kin od chill that comes with fear; the kind tht comes when you're about to do something truly foolish and terribly fun, a tremor of anticipation of forbidden delight.. (I know she does, since I read TLRH!)
Really beautiful, Jess. You capture the intensity of first love so well. I could feel Ginny's nervous excitement as I read the chapter. I can't wait to see what William meant when he said "I know." And I can't wait to see how and when she decides to run away with him. (I know she does, since I read TLRH!)
hee hee, yes, that was a bit of a spoiler there, wasn't it? Gave me a goal to reach for! Thanks for the comment, I try hard, and only hope what I'm trying to say comes through. I appreciate you all!!!!!