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
I don't think you understand how much I love this story!!!! I'm so happy you decided to come back! Can't wait for the next chapter!
Aw, thank you so much! And I apologize for the wait. Another chapter is coming and hopefully it is will posted this weekend.Reviewer: chatty504 Signed [Report This]
Date: October 08 2015 11:50 pm
Ok, this makes sense. The version before had me wondering if she ever missed Simon or anything. This is really tying together so nicely. I can't wait to see how this will continue to evolve. Still glad he got what he had coming. And Sebastian, no words other than I freaking love him. Who is your muse for him? He is scary, but you can't help but be drawn to him. Want to draw him out. You are doing your thing, I love love it. And by the way my muse for Willow is me lol.
Reviewer: Dallas5star Signed [Report This] At the time I was writing Save Me From Myself, it was a simple NANOWRI project that spiraled into something else. I wanted to concentrate on the actual relationship between Willow and Sebastian and their obstacles. In which the whole Simon situation was very rushed and not given a lot of thought. This time around, I want to focus some more on Simon's situation so that the reveal is better. My muse for Sebastian is Charlie Weber with a beard from How to Get Away with Murder. When I saw him on the show looking dark and sexy, he was my ultimate inspiration for even writing the story the first time. His show character and Sebastian share a lot in common when it comes to doing dark and dirty things to protect the people he cares about. And LOL, sometimes my muse for Willow is me too. But in all actuality, the real muse is Anita Marshall.
At the time I was writing Save Me From Myself, it was a simple NANOWRI project that spiraled into something else. I wanted to concentrate on the actual relationship between Willow and Sebastian and their obstacles. In which the whole Simon situation was very rushed and not given a lot of thought. This time around, I want to focus some more on Simon's situation so that the reveal is better. My muse for Sebastian is Charlie Weber with a beard from How to Get Away with Murder. When I saw him on the show looking dark and sexy, he was my ultimate inspiration for even writing the story the first time. His show character and Sebastian share a lot in common when it comes to doing dark and dirty things to protect the people he cares about.
And LOL, sometimes my muse for Willow is me too. But in all actuality, the real muse is Anita Marshall.
Date: October 08 2015 01:41 am
Wow! What Simon did was f'ed up, but was it justification for losing his life? I don't think so. Yeah, Bas could have kicked his @$$ really good, but I don't think I would've taken it that far. Seems he may have something mental going on?
This is some suspenseful sh!t ... 😍😍 I love it!!! 😍😍 Can't wait for your next update. 😄
You never know ... LOL. More will be revealed about Sebastian in due time.Reviewer: Musicluva Signed [Report This]
Date: October 07 2015 04:40 pm
Sebastian killing Simon wasn't the answer though it shows the depth of his need to protect Willow...but what happens if Willow learns the truth...
That was the true intentions of his actions. Sebastian killing Simon was terribly wrong. There are no if's, and's, or but's about it. However, it does show how far he is willing to go to protect Willow. His extreme response to the whole situation is influenced by his past, which will be revealed in due time.Reviewer: jahchannah Signed [Report This]
Date: October 07 2015 04:17 pm
Welp she wil really guilty if she finds out that Seb/Nate kilt SIMON. I say good riddance to bad rubbage. Although Simon was a ass and what he did to Willow deserved a beat down. Not death but Sebbie Seb handled that!!
She will feel very, very guilty. It will cause a big divide between Willow and Sebastian, which is very contrast from the first version of the story where first she couldn't believe it and then she just accepted it. Will not be the case. Willow will be struggling with her feelings for Sebastian and going to the police.Reviewer: pmgayles Signed [Report This]
Date: October 07 2015 02:29 pm
“And why do you need me?”
“Because you make me feel beautiful. You make me feel valid,” she smiled. “Like I am worth a damn.”
“And why do I need you?”
“You think of yourself as an animal and I’m here to help you feel human again,”
Truer words, girl, truer words.
Why is it that even though Bastian cracked Simon's head like a watermelon, I'm feeling sad for Bas? There is so pain in him. Even though he won't acknowledge it.
Willow, please don't wish any of your family dead in Bastian's presence. He's like your own personal genie. :)
Although. some folks need killing. Those that are too evil to live.
There is a lot of pain in Sebastian. He is a very, very, very troubled character. His past is so screwed up that he resorts to the most primal responses when it comes to protecting himself or the only person he cares about. Simon shouldn't have died by any means. Beat down, definitely. However compared to the first posting of the story, he will not get off without severe consequences.Reviewer: BellaChica Signed [Report This]
Date: October 07 2015 03:28 am
It wasn’t his idea to play ‘catch the pig’.
Yeah, but yo ass participated. But for you, it wouldn't have happened. You little shit.
And how the hell do you know her to be lazy. There yo ass go judging without knowing a damn thing. And aren't you just full of yourself. 'cause, yeah, the ONLY reason Willow would jog would be to get your attention. Sweetie, you aren't all that, ya know?
What the hell is wrong with you, man? You didn't want Willow, but the minute you hear about someone else wanting "the pig", you get salty. Yeah, I'd like to beat yo ass, my damn self. *deep breath; control the ratchetness*
“Let’s play a game,” ... “It’s called ‘kill the pig’.”
YES! Maybe Simon doesn't deserve to be killed, but hey, things happen.
Maybe instead of Sebastian killing him, I should have sent Simon your way, LOL.Reviewer: BellaChica Signed [Report This]
Date: October 07 2015 03:19 am
I'm really enjoying the flow of this re- write. Before, it seemed rushed. I like how we're seeing more of a relationship building between them in a slower fashion, then the prior first write.
Thank you so much. I am not denying that the first posting of the story was rushed because it was. The relationship, the plot, everything was very rushed. Being able to go back, change some things around, and fill in the blanks has definitely made the story better and made me a better writer. Thank you.Reviewer: jlly16 Signed [Report This]
Date: October 06 2015 04:14 pm
Bastian is scarily fine. Oh Willow, your mouth, girl. You said it, Bastian will make it so.
That is a very good way to describe him. He is scarily fine. In a possessive and overtly aggressive way. His past contributes (childhood and adulthood) contributes to why he's the only he is now. He didn't always used to be like this though. I think you will like the new changes to his background story.Reviewer: BellaChica Signed [Report This]
Date: October 06 2015 05:29 am