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Reviewer: Schmerg_The_Impaler
Date: 07/01/08 15:22
Chapter: none

This story is amazing. I've just submitted my first Bill-centric story, and I've been a little bit insecure about writing about Bill, a character I barely see on MNFF. I absolutely love your version of Bill-- he seems like a fun, real person, like someone I'd love to hang out with.

I also liked the line about him having felt pro-active in Egypt-- I always wondered what it must be like for Bill to quit being a cursebreaker to work at a bank.

I love this sentence: Lightning bolts of enjoyment fired in Bill's limbic system, and it wasn't until he heard Fleur giggle that he realized he was whimpering happily. This bit's brilliant, too: His reputation as a debonair, chivalrous rake was teetering on a knife's edge right now. Though I think a rake is usually a villainous but sexy scoundrel-- which isn't usually compatible with 'chivalrous.' But Bill's special, so whatever...

Fleur overhearing Bill's nightmare was a nice touch. The idea of her knowing more about Bill than he knows she knows is an interesting twist.

I really like the difference between the way Bill deals with the idea of danger around every corner-- wanting to take action about everything-- and Fleur's way, adapting herself to the situation. A lot of times, when people write stories about the relationship between minor characters, they don't flesh out the personalities of the characters, but I like the way you've done this.

Your descriptive skills are really mind-blowingly beautiful. I can't even cite a specific passage because they're all so pretty.

"You are an 'orrid Breetish oaf." Hehe. ^_^ I also really liked it when Fleur said that she loved Bill, and Bill simply said, "I say." Your version of Bill and Fleur are impossibly cute, without being too deep and serious or too mushy and fluffy.

Great job!

Reviewer: Crows
Date: 05/02/07 19:28
Chapter: none

How awesome. This is great, very well written

Reviewer: Fleuhr
Date: 04/27/06 5:57
Chapter: none

Wow. The best story I've read so far. Extremely well written, lovely idea:)

Reviewer: Rose
Date: 07/31/05 12:27
Chapter: none

by the way in my last reveiw it was meant to be "keep up the great work. Rose" just so you didn't think I was congradulating myself on leaving a good reveiw!

Reviewer: Rose
Date: 07/31/05 12:27
Chapter: none

by the way in my last reveiw it was meant to be "keep up the great work. Rose" just so you didn't think I was congradulating myself on leaving a good reveiw!

Reviewer: Rose
Date: 07/31/05 12:26
Chapter: none

I love that fic, especially the "nothing beat being even love; even the fear of losing it" (that may not have been word for word byt he way!) anyway well done I love it!!! Keep up the great work Rose

Reviewer: Jenn_Weasley
Date: 06/10/05 18:48
Chapter: none

That was lovely. I really enjoyed reading it. Thanks!!

Reviewer: Miss_Hermione_Granger
Date: 06/06/05 19:36
Chapter: none

THAT WAS SO SWEET!!!!:-) I really enjoyed it 10/10 (100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000)

Reviewer: Kestrel
Date: 06/06/05 8:52
Chapter: none

That was magnificent! So brilliantly written... And we all know that that's what will happen... P.S. Might you review my stories? Thanks!

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