Oh my.. I'm glad he was able to get the upper hand so Jasper didn't hurt Willow but he is going to look tore up after this. So he had a wife and daughter?! Interesting. Why did they die? Did he have to kill them? What debt does he owe his father and what truth does he hold over Juliette's head?? So many questions!
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Date: October 21 2015 01:03 am
Her mother gives me a bad taste in my mouth. Its a shame she turned it around on her like that. Why isn't she sending Willow to the spa? Hell she is the one who actually was attacked. Thank God that guy was there to help her. Most people would act like they don't see a thing.Reviewer: KeiKei Signed [Report This]
Date: October 20 2015 08:41 pm
As I was reading this, especially the end, I thought to myself Willow is going to go off and want to seriously hurt whoever did this to Sebastian. I don't know I just had a thought of Willow going off like, really hurting someone for doing this to Sebastian, but then the thought left. Willow isn't a violent person, but who knows what one would do when pushed to. Also that witch that Sebastian works for is nothing to play with, but I still would like Willow to pound her to the ground. That will be difficult though; one could wish however.Reviewer: Anonymous Anonymous [Report This]
Date: October 12 2015 01:47 am
When will Juliets time come. She really needs to get hers & I can't wait til she does. I hate that He let's her get to him & punishing himself for the innocence of his daughter & wife, now Willow.this was a heart breaking chapter to read. As explanations go can't wait to see how his goes to Willow for the questions she has & the bruises.Reviewer: kvgurl Signed [Report This]
Date: October 11 2015 10:26 pm
Oh my goodness! Juliette is on some crazy ish 😈!!! This chapter gives some insight of why Bas/Nathaniel is the way he is. My question is what is his fathers involvement in all of this? I am so loving this story 😍! I want more! Please, please, please update soon!Reviewer: Musicluva Signed [Report This]
Date: October 11 2015 12:48 am
If Sebastian could tell his father about Juliette, why does he let her threaten Willow? Why not make Juliette suffer for her part in the death of his wife and daughter or is his guilt over his family placing him in an emotionally unbalanced state? Now that I have learned more about Sebastian, this story just got so much better!
Sebastian wants to be punished for his crimes, but not if it involves Willow getting hurt or killed in the process. At first, he assumes that Juliette wants to kill him. Then when she reveals that she is going to kill Willow and mentions the deaths of his wife and daughter, he is caught off-guard and overwhelmed with guilt. Sebastian knows that Juliette can dish out punishment, a type of punishment he thinks he deserves. He gives her two choices: punish him his way or she will be punished by his father if she decides go through with her plan of hurting Willow. Going to his father is an absolute last resort. Juliette doesn't want his father involved and honestly, nor does Sebastian because their relationship is very restrained and distant. Once his father gets involved, there is no turning back. When his father gets involved, bodies will surely pile up. Juliette did not take part in the death of his wife and daughter, but she played a role in shaping Nathaniel into Sebastian. I hope this helps and I apologize for any confusion.
Reviewer: jahchannah Signed [Report This]
Date: October 10 2015 11:21 pm
The universe demands that there are consequences to the killing, but it could be something we least expect. How many people have done something heinous and never suffer the consequences directly? How many people don't equate a consequence with something that they themselves set in motion?
Looking forward to how you pen those consequences. Because it's not just the killing of Simon that has consequences. It's all those other killings as well.
The punishment Sebastian will suffer with be a slow and continuous thing, but it will allow him to grow eventually. The first wave of consequences will be very artifical because he thinks that physical pain will be enough punishment, but it's the threat of losing the most important person to him that will be his ultimate punishment.Reviewer: BellaChica Signed [Report This]
Date: October 10 2015 02:03 am