I think this is just about the oddest pairing I've ever seen. You have originality points there, my dear.
I, of all people, fell in love
You have Aberforth well in-character. It's hard to get him grumpy and romantic, and you pulled it off well.
She laughed rarely; she said her family would most likely die of surprise if they ever heard her laugh.
Haha, that was funny in a sad sort of way. Your portrayal of Amelia was refreshing; we never see her a lot in the books and it was good for you to take her on.
I know you would have found it highly amusing, you with your strange sense of humour.
Ah, that's Dumbledore! I like the Albus/Aberforth- it's defienetly canon. I'm not sure if this was published before DH, but it's very well-done.
This was a nice read, and a cute pairing that I would have never thought up. I especially like how you had it in letter form. It was a nice touch, and very original and non-annoying as far as romances go ^_^
How original! I never would have thought up this pairing even in my wildest dreams, so cheers to you! I really like the idea of this being in a letter instead of face to face, because this way we hear what Aberforth wants to say and Dumbledore's opinions really don't matter. I love that he speaks of past memories with her, because once someone dies, all anyone can do is remember the good times that they shared, so it's very realistic in that sense. The fact that he wants her last wish to be granted so badly says a lot of his character. I really love the idea of him contacting his brother asking for help even though Dumbledore may be upset with him for not informing him of what was going on. In addition, all your ideas flow swiftly into the next, almost perfectly, and I admire that. Fantastic work overall.
Author's Response: Thanks! I would like to think that even Aberforth has feelings, and romantic ones too. I really appreciate this review, it shows that my intentions came across. Thank you again!
Hmm, liked this one too! Aberforth is Dumbledore's brother, right? *cringes at lack of minor character knowledge* Joe may be a genius but she sure gives a lot of names to remember. I think this was well done.
Author's Response: Yeap, he is. And thanks for the review!
Brilliant story! You did a nice job of bringing light to characters that we really don't know all that much about. Your words were well-chosen, and your vocabulary choices were great. I really enjoyed it; keep up the good work!
Author's Response: Hi, Chaser! Thank you for your kind review and for taking time to leave a review for me.
I love your use of really unusual characters, and that the reader had to read the whole letter before discovering the writer. Aberforth does seem unlikely to fall in love, but you made his attachment seem so poignant and precious, it was impossible to believe otherwise. Excellent work!
Author's Response: Thank you very much for this review. I'm very attached to this little letter and I'm glad that you like it. Thanks that you took your time to review.
A very interesting story! Definitely a different sort of pairing - I haven't seen this one before. The letter format worked well, and it was written in a way that seemed realstic for two brothers. The storyline was refreshing and unique - all in all, a great pleasure to read.
Author's Response: Thank you so much, especially for being the first reviewer! I really liked to write it and I think Aberforth has more depth than assumed. He is just not the wizard with the goats. ;-) Thanks again!