I wish Severus and Maeve would get together. They both need a friend. There always has to be some family or political problem that interferes in relationships.
Maeve does kind of put forth the view that she can read minds. I've noticed with family members or friends that sometimes they and I will come up with the same thought at the same time--like we know what the other's thinking. Maybe that's what Severus and Maeve are doing.
You'd think the Gryffindors would have way better manners. Maybe there is such a thing as spoiled rich kids. Or were they just going through their awful teenage years?
I've always wondered what it was like for them back at school. And this is exactly what I hoped it would be like. I love your stories Daughter of Light, and Severed Souls, they are my favorite stories on here. And now I love this one too. I'm really looking forward to this updating one day.
Author's Response: Thank you. I will try to update this one. It's one of the smaller ficlets that's been neglected of late.
Yay! *claps hands in glee* Very nicely written.
Author's Response: Thank you.
It is very interesting to see how Maeve's meeting of Severus. I guess she had been talking to Lily already. That is my guess, since she knew who Snape was. I've come to really like your stories of Maeve and Severus. :) Thanks for another one!
Author's Response: And thank you for the constant support via your reviews. This was quiet a tough one, writing the meeting.
Severus was only too happy to take advantage of the inclement weather and enjoy the luxury of taking a walk unfettered by idiots attempting to irritate him. I love this sentence. It is wonderfully in-character.
He had forgotten his homework, forgotten Hogwarts, forgotten everything. Forgotten, even, that moments like this did not really happen. And yet, it was happening.*giggles* I love this! I love this feeling! Of the world dropping away while you are suddenly immersed in the experience of a moment! Delightful!
Poor Severus with his rough sheets! I would think that Slytherin House could do better than that! And grumping about frivolous girls. I really enjoyed this piece.
Author's Response: Thank you!