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Reviewer: lain16 (Signed) · Date: July 15, 2010 06:51 PM · On: Those shoes are killa

so this not an  edward and bella story ? because i don't know if i want to read on

Reviewer: lesaira (Signed) · Date: July 11, 2010 06:41 PM · On: The night the poor duck died

Waaaait a second...is he thinking about Bella or someone else?  Color me confuzzled.  "Blue eyes" are not a feature I remember of Bella's...I'm intrigued ^_^  Looking forward to finding out what he's on about.



Author's Response:

Little Eddie THINKS he's thinking about Bella, but you know how male minds work, right? All they think about is beer and boobs. *lol*

So yeah, conciously he wants to date Bella, but his subconscious is lusting after someone else. Wait for the next chapter to find out more! Thanks heaps for your review!

Reviewer: robbsweetangel (Signed) · Date: July 10, 2010 09:16 AM · On: The night the poor duck died

I have to say that when I first beta'ed this I was confused, but after I read it over again it made me smile.  You did a good job and I really like this.  The second chapter was good too.



Author's Response:

Thanks so much for your review! Really means a lot!

Reviewer: darkbluebells11 (Anonymous) · Date: July 10, 2010 09:09 AM · On: The night the poor duck died

I honestly thought Edward was a coroner or something at first ! :) It made me laugh !

This is really good !



Author's Response:

So glad you like it! We're trying to get more funny moments in and Edward's "inner voice" will surely be a hoot. *lol*

Thanks a lot for reviewing!

Reviewer: lain16 (Signed) · Date: July 09, 2010 02:51 PM · On: The night the poor duck died

sound really interesting



Author's Response:

Thanks for your review! Hope you keep reading!

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