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The Untold Love Story of Inanimate Objects: Part Four

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Thank you so much for reading and reviewing hon :)

the very unsentimental characterisation of both of them as imperfect decent human beings. Heartbreaking and then heartwarming!

THANK YOU! I sometimes get sick of stories where they're portrayed as Gods or something, where's the fun in perfection I say? ;)

So glad you enjoyed this story hon. cheers!

*smishes,smooches and cookies*

Thank you so much!!! :) I'm pleased you liked this *hugs*

Thank you so much!! Means a lot :)

I don't know what to say! This was friggin AWESOME & PERFECT!!!!

Really? *sighs relieved* :) Thank you so much for reading and reviewing hon. I'm so glad you enjoyed it :)

Wow, this was a really engaging story. It took ages for us to find out what had happened to Jared, but seeing Jensen's worry and Jared being shutdown told us that it was big, whatever it was. I like how you dropped hints until the the reveal.

Kyra was a wonderful original character. Her voice was brilliant and sympathetic, and also very human with her own doubts and concerns. She was funny too. I'm glad she gets her own ending, when she decides to call her husband. Yay. It was a great way to tell the story, and having Jensen going to what should have been Jared's therapy was a really interesting idea. She ends up helping both of them, which is wonderful.

I love that story that Jensen always told Jared, and Jared's moodiness and struggle with his faith. Awww. Plus, I love how the story opens with a lady being struck dumb by Jensen's looks. That made me giggle!

Thank you so much for the beautiful review hon. I'm glad the slow reveal worked, somewhat ;)

Kyra is actually not an original character. It's true tho she isn't that well known but I adore her :)

I'm so glad you enjoyed this story hon. cheers!

Oh wowy!!! I mean, that was shocking and hear-breaking, and seat-hugging and I especially loved the character-studies, close ups (Kyra's last part...) The way you portrayed them and their actions was so intense and gripping... I'll totally dig that!!

Thank you so so much!! :) I'm really glad you enjoyed the story. And I'm glad you liked Kyra too! cheers hon.

Just like my rambly comment showed, I LOVED this story. It was very angsty and hard on Jared and also Jensen, but also so so good.
So the story with the whaky fangirls? Creepy, but not a farfetched idea I'm afraid. I'm a fangirl myself, as in I care about the shows I watch and about their actors. But there are some people, whose comments I read sometimes, where I get that stalkerish vibe already, which is kinda scary.And this sequence just chilled me, cause it's soooo damn true.

She wonders what it is about the current generation that makes them so susceptible to fantasies and delusions. Are we so deeply unsatisfied with our real lives to want to completely immerse ourselves in fiction? And how unhappy does one have to be to react so freaking violently just because they didn’t get the ending they wanted to a fictional series?

These are pretty good points to raise, even if rather difficult to answer in two simple sentences. We have become more susceptible to fantasies and delusions and one part of it certainly is the advancement in technology. If you think about the King Kong movie of the 30s and the phantasy movies they shoot nowadays? Huge difference. Double that with virtual reality and drugs and there it is. Triple that was economical crisis, parents loosing their jobs, next generation not finding jobs themselves...it is a mess, isn't it?
And gosh I really didn't mean to get all philosophical or to answer the questions you didn't intend to get a reply to. ;-P

Anyways as already mentioned I really liked Kyra. Have you seen the new show Mental by any chance? I like shrinks, who admit that they can't keep a distance properly. I've had several psychology profs in college, who were in most cases total nutjobs, who really didn't know what they were talking about most of the times. That's probably another reason why Ihaven't visited a shrink myself, cause most of them seem like nutjobs and seem aloof, thus trying to create a professional distance...

The only thing that saddened me a bit was Chris, who had to be the bad guy. But the ending made it all good, since Jensen might give him a second chance after all.
Oh and the ending was absolutely perfect, especîally with Tom's call, thus ending it in the same way it began.

You know you whould stop writing these great fics. Usually I devour them in one go and way too quickly to enjoy them for longer! ;-PPP

And sorry for this longer comment, feel free to just ignore the rambling! ;-P

OMG going through other people's comments, there's soooooo much I forgot.

mishasmistress cracked me up soooooooooo much! Loved that one, it was brilliant!

The church scene was amazing, how Jared faces God again with Jensen by his side!

The wave and rock story broke my heart and I'm sure I'll tell it to a friend of mine in the near future.

Anyways I should stop, there's no way I could mention every tiny detail, since there are too many that I loved.

And now I'll really just stop babbling! ;-P

This is just...absolutely beautiful. I love the themes of guilt and blame, how you utilized Kyra (!!!!) and her point of view to see more than the tunnel vision of the boys, and the use of the ocean as a parallel throughout the story. This is extremely well written and flows so wonderfully. Sometimes shifting POV's can get confusing, even contradictory, but you did a great job and I'll definitely be back to read it again. Thank you for sharing!

Oh hon, Thank YOU so very much for reading and reviewing! I'm really glad you enjoyed my effort :)

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Thank you! I'm glad you liked :)

Wow, what a great story. It had a different storyline and your writing of it was fantastic. Very well done. I like how you seperated the sections and the veiw point of the doctor. Beautiful, just beautiful.

Thank you so much for reading and reviewing hon. I'm truly relieved to hear the story works! :)

Ohhhhh, wonderfully done!

Thank you!!! I'm so glad you enjoyed :)

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Hey you! :D So obviously we've spoken so many times since this comment but I should take this opportunity to thank you properly for being the support structure you are to me hon. THANK YOU for being you :) For being such an awesome friend, one I can always depend on. You were the first one to read this in its early form and you encouraged me with your words.. which is why I finally managed to post it heh. Thank you so so much sweetie :) You totally rock you know that right? *hugs and kisses*

This story was so heartbreaking and yet, so beautiful!
There were several points in the story where I started tearing up. It seriously was a wonderful story. You wrote the character so well that I had no choice by to latch onto them. An overall amazing story.

PS - Your header...YUM-MY!

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Thank you so very much for reading and reviewing sweetie! :) I'm really pleased you liked it. Oh and.. um.. *sheepish* I kindof changed the header heh.. I was in the process of doing it when you commented!!! :) Sorry :D

Really, this story took my breath away. I was so afraid of what happened to Jared. And sometimes I wanted to slap Jensen, but he was trying so hard that I forgave him!

The church scene just broke me, and it speaks so much of the pain and the disappointment we go through when something bad happens to us and if you're a believer, it's hard to think that the Lord will let anything bad happen to you!

The happy ending was a plus.

Thank you so so much for reading and for the lovely review! It means a lot when readers can relate to a story at a personal level. And you know it is hard.. feeling like you're losing your faith and feeling like you've been let down. Fiction allows us happy endings tho, thankfully hehe :)
cheers hon.

This story is so unusual! I absolutely loved it. You kept us guessing from the beginning which I sometimes find a bit frustrating, but I had absolute faith in your writing to get us there. Well done! and thanks for a really good read.

Thank you so much for reading and reviewing hon. I'm so glad you enjoyed this story and I didn't disappoint! :)