Date: 13 Sep 2014 10:23 pm Title: Chapter 1
Yaaaaay ! *happy about easily led-ness when it creates slash this lovely* just message on here though be aware it will show me your email address potentially if you do, or am about on CBB and LGM if you'd prefer to message there.
Date: 13 Sep 2014 9:12 pm Title: Chapter 1
Nooooooooo ! You do it so well, and I have far too many unfinished drabbles as it is !! Pretty please ? I'm happy to add bunny food at any point or message me if you want to check ideas or see if have any suggestions. :-)
Thank you! I may take you up on that, actually... because I may have sort of started on something already. <easily led>
Date: 13 Sep 2014 8:55 pm Title: Chapter 1
Yes you definitely need to write more, the chemistry between them is great, and I can see it being a really interesting story, as I think Peggy is quite a lot younger as well isn't she ? Cue dilemma for Miss Everett with her not being much older than a pupil and lots of angst and initial obstacles to be overcome... *adds looooooads of bunny food* along with the decision Peggy then has to make about whether to go to Switzerland...
Oooh - soooo much potential! You could always take any/all of those scenarios on yourself, you know... *cough cough*
Date: 13 Sep 2014 8:38 pm Title: Chapter 1
I thought I had reviewed, sorry ! I do like this. I had the same feeling with the well scene, I have a vague memory of talking to someone about this as a possible pairing, so you have given me a real sense of deja vu! Am glad to see this posting. Thanks.
Ha! It just makes sense, doesn't it? I suppose it's really a fairly standard EBD SLOC scene, in a way. I wasn't planning to write more - taking the comfortable option! But I could definitely be tempted - I do like these two together. Hmmmmmm.
Thanks for the comments!
Date: 10 Sep 2014 11:10 pm Title: Chapter 1
I like the pairing too! Looking forward to more.
Date: 10 Sep 2014 9:27 pm Title: Chapter 2
Bless them both! I like the pairing - Everett is one of my favourite fairly minor characters :D
Thanks for the comment!
I really like her - I was rather struck on a recent re-read of Goes To It by the rather unusually evocative/detailed description she gets - in contrast to where usually EBD seems to stick to a fairly basic 'hair colour, eye colour' kind of summary.