Reviewed by Kathryn A on 19th January 2004 (1)
Tags: Short Story, Crossover
Summary: "Jareth has a visitor in his realm. . . but she is aware of nothing at all."
This is a short, sweet melancholy tale, which one probably needs the context of knowing both universes to fully appreciate it.
Reviewed by Kathryn A on 26th January 2004 (1)
"Willow is just trying to get away from it all for a week. . . so is someone else."
It can be quite fun when you've got two characters you like thrown together alone and left to react to each other. Here you have Willow and Methos circling each other like cats, each aware that there's something odd about the other person, and wanting to find out about the other person without giving away too much themselves.
Unfortunately, when we actually got down to the true confessions time, much of it was glossed over; told of in retrospect, not shown. Oh, we got some juicy bits initially, but not as much as I would have liked. I'm also not too hot about the end; it felt like Methos was moving needlessly fast, just to make it come out the way the author wanted. I would have considered it more realistic to have left it more uncertain.
Also at Twisting The Hellmouth http://www.tthfanfic.com/story.php?no=1103