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Just A Cold  by Aelaer 69 Review(s)
LisaGReviewed Chapter: 5 on 3/3/2010
*clap!*clap!*clap!* That was a fun story! I can imagine poor Aragorn being smothered by well meaning guards and meetings and the like...most of his life he's lived on his own with no one to report to...now he has a whole kingdom AND a wife! I can certainly understand his need to break away, especially when he's not feeling up to par.

The opening banter between Aragorn and Faramir was hilarious! And I loved the overheard conversation about when he was Thorongil...I'm sure Aragorn was quite amused. And of course, knowing our ranger, he put himself in danger again to protect the innocent...our HERO! :)

I just hope Arwen goes easy on him in the morning...he needs a little TLC.

meckinockReviewed Chapter: 6 on 5/7/2008
Ah! Thanks for sharing the backstory. I'm glad you decided to re-work this and post it.

meckinockReviewed Chapter: 5 on 5/7/2008
I really like Arwen in this chapter, calmly trying to reason with her boneheaded husband. I also like the servants, pretending not to notice the disheveled state of their king as he stumbles in the door. I can just see them gossiping about it later.

Linda HoylandReviewed Chapter: 6 on 5/7/2008
Thank you for an enjoyable story.I love reading stories about Aragorn as king as well as writing them!I liked your ARwen and Faramir too.

Szepilona10Reviewed Chapter: 6 on 5/6/2008
I enjoyed the deleted scene! It was funny!
God bless!

~Szepilona10~

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 6 on 5/6/2008
Very interesting indeed! Heh!

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 5 on 5/6/2008
My husband would get outraged due to the anxiety he felt when I didn't get home on time. I feel with both of them at this point.

Now, to look at the deleted scenes. Heh!

EstelcontarReviewed Chapter: 6 on 5/5/2008
The dialogue is not as bad as you make it to be. I've read a lot worse. I'm glad though you got rid of the gangs. This way you changed a somewhat melodramatic and implausible plot into something more mature I think.

Can't wait for the next story.

EstelcontarReviewed Chapter: 4 on 5/5/2008
A good ending to a most enjoyable story! I liked the fact that you left some plot lines open-ended and did not try to explain everything. it's much more believable this way, and of course we all know what Aragorn is going to do about Corudir's problem without having it spelled out to us.

And I liked your Arwen. She's a very wise-hearted person indeed, who knows Aragorn most thoroughly and how to deal with him. I'm betting that on his next escapade he'll let her know where he's going.

"'But you cannot blame him,' the voice of reason suddenly said. 'After all, he had just seen you in a tavern brawl.'" Very good line, which shows that Aragorn, though stubborn, is a just man.

I'm glad you're writing again.


Agape4GondorReviewed Chapter: 6 on 5/5/2008
A not to implausible scene! Though I loved the innkeeper no matter what...

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