Do you know how many times Iíve thought about writing something with this pair? So little is really given to Galadriel and Celeborn as a couple, though obviously Tolkien saw theirs as a wonderful little love story. Look at how many takes he had on their romance. He had a plan for these two, and I enjoyed reading your view of them.
Galadriel is a formative female, and Celeborn has a strong history as a warrior that we really donít get except from a distant view. Those qualities come out clearly here and I enjoyed reading how you characterized them.
Celebornís excuse for the delay is forgiveable, but even without it, somehow I think it was in her for Galadriel to forgive him. A love like theirs is strong and though she might be angry, she is also passionate. Iím just glad he was able to make it happen faster.
Thank you for writing this fabulous story, Winterhawk. Well done!
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 Reviewer:erobey Date:March 5, 2006 3:04 AM
I thoroughly enjoyed this portrayal of Celeborn and Galadriel. His reasons for staying when she left are beautiful ones and the gift he brings his wife is priceless. I have often thought she must have felt very torn about leaving. I often wondered if the two agreed that one would go and one remain until Arwen's death.
At the same time, I can really appreciate Galadriel's anger. She felt abandoned. Loved her as a metal-smith! their make-up encounter was very enjoyable to say the least. Thanks for a wonderful story.
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