This is brilliant! I liked Lady Christina de Souza- thought she was cool. I love the way you wrote this- you're a fantastic author. (Ha! All 3 NewWho adjectives :D)
Author's Response: You\'re a pretty good reviewer! I\'m so glad you liked it.
Short and sweet. I like this. Its got the dialogue, its an interesting moment, and its got that development thing. Grrr!
Author's Response: Yeah, that development thing is always a plus -- gives you a punch. Thanks for the review.
I actually rather liked her (I suppose she reminded me of the Tomb Raider gal) but I can see why the Doctor wouldn't go with taking her along. Besides, he gets into trouble enough by himself without any outside help.
I wouldn't mind seeing her again someday, though.
Author's Response: Yes, but not as a potential love interest. I think he would have taken her if she hadn\'t kissed him. Thanks for reading.
cool, however because I'm this much of a geek/jack fangirl i have to pint this out.
A guiltless thief who used sex to manipulate. Not someone he ever wanted on the TARDIS.
that just screamed Captain jack harkness to me ;)
Author's Response: He didn\'t use sex to manipulate. He used it because it was fun! And actually, he did feel guilt. Just not about hoisting guilty people, like the Time Agency. No, John Hart was a sociopath. Jack was just cavalier. Sorry. Glad you liked it, though.
oh good i was afrid you'd have them together. that was kind of touching, and kidn of sad and a little funny. Thanks.
Yes. This. All of it. I did not like her at all and I really didn't like how the Doctor let her go in the bus at the end...
Author's Response: Well, I suppose. For a sociopath, there are worse in the world. At least she had pizazz. But I could almost SEE that portcullis closing behind his eyes after she kissed him.