Can't shake the snapshotty feeling looking at these.
Would I also be right in saying that the client decided when and where you should shoot DURING the session? Did she take charge?
I went out for a photo session myself a few weeks ago for the first time (outside of my normal shooting environment) and one of the girls started to try and take charge. I didn't argue because I didn't want to create an air of tension by saying something. However, at that point, I was just taking snapshots - not taking any care in the framing because it wasn't my vision of how the shoot should be. Lesson learned: don't lose control during the shoot. When some people are getting their picture taken, they feel like they are not in control. You can't let them take it from you, either, or you'll end up with lots of chaff. Knowing what to say between pictures is 50% of the shoot.
Of course I could be wrong, and forget I said anything...