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Reviewer: DC1writes Signed starstarstarstarstar Report
Date: 08/13/18 11:42 am Title: The cottage in the woods

Fun story to read, and wel written!
Although I know it's done, I'd love to read a sequel to it, or maybe somehow a part 2?

Author's Response: Atm there is no sequel planned. Just maybe a reference via another story. I guess I could try to make a sequel from there? Anyway, thank you for the review it means a lot.

Reviewer: Lilchelly Signed starstarstarstarstar Report
Date: 08/13/18 07:28 am Title: The cottage in the woods

This is amazing. I love the horror element, just h ow DID they get on that planet? To be fair they were kinda doomed, becoming a resident of the planet was probably much better. OMG though I love bunny ears, I love wearing them and my boyfriend loves petting them on my head so I'm glad this featured bunny girls hehe!

Author's Response: In the original concept a freak storm was the cause of them being there. It the final version it just kind of eludes to that. And yeah I noticed the lack of bunny girl stories here so I just went "Yeah I'm gonna make one of those". Thank you for the review.

Reviewer: GreenLeaf Signed Report
Date: 08/10/18 11:32 am Title: The cottage in the woods

I loved the inevitability of the final few paragraphs; how John still tried to escape even though he was already transforming into a bunny-girl.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review :)

Reviewer: MrSimple Signed starstarstarstarstar Report
Date: 08/09/18 04:22 pm Title: The cottage in the woods

I liked the story. :D
So definitely a 1 star, for being a story.
Totally 2 star for keeping me interested.
A 3 because I was immersed.
And a big ol'4 for it causing me to feel an intense emotion. I'd certainly bite if possible. XD
The 5th star is because it ended on a twisted good note, despite the horror of what happened to the two lost boys. That's kinda unique. :)

Author's Response: Thank you very much =D

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