Story: More Than Meets the Eye|
Posted on Monday August 25, 2003 at 18:24 by elysia
Usagi and Mamoru have been married for several years now, and their life is almost perfect. If it weren't for the fact that hinders Mamoru from seeing his wife the way she wished he could, then everything would be perfect.
Number of Chapters: 5 Total Size: 95k Word Count: 17,370
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|heaven85 - Thursday August 07, 2014 at 05:18|
It is a great story. Great work.
Hi! I REALLY love your work, Elysia! I read your stories when they were on ASMR, and you are a great author. This story is one of my favoites!
Hope you keep writing great work in the future!
This story is wonderful. I read it again the other day and always enjoy it no matter how many times I read it! Thank you for your works ^_^
|lexie_06 - Thursday December 27, 2007 at 00:32|
oh my goodness T_T
that was without a doubt, the most beautiful story i have ever read, simply amazing.
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|Anonymous - Sunday April 09, 2006 at 01:26|
That was THE best story i have ever read! i love ALL your stories PLEASE keep writing!
Wow. I remember reading this a very long time ago. It was a wonderful story. I really loved it. You rock!
|Loki - Tuesday March 21, 2006 at 13:53|
There is so much I could say, but it would not be enough to express how your story has moved me.
WISE, I noticed some little flaws, but nothing serious that a little polishing couldnt fix.
Beautifully written -- you have a fabulous insight into the world of a blind person. I was especially impressed by the way you presented the relationship between Mamoru and Usagi. You are spot on in so many ways, from how life is with a disability and how love conquers all, to how others, in a positive way like Motoki, and in the real-world, (good people with the right understanding respect and accept), and deal with it in a positive way, as opposed to what is sadly too often the case -- find difficult to accept, and sometimes react with cold fury.
Brilliant and a story that has touched my heart in more ways than you could possibly imagine. Kudos and congrats on a job well done. *hands you a basket of sapphire roses and bows* L.
|Teffers - Saturday March 18, 2006 at 20:06|