Reviews For Bitter Tears
Reviewer: Tater_tot333
Date: 01/04/08 14:52
Chapter: Bitter Tears

stupid....

Reviewer: ProfPosky
Date: 05/12/06 10:16
Chapter: Bitter Tears

I'm enjoying this story, although I would love a little mroe detail...How Ironic that Draco and Harry should suffer the same fate... But who is Lucius' mother? Are we going to see how he becomes friends with Emily - it's a little abrupt...

Author's Response: I never really thought about it when I was writing, but it is ironic how Draco and Harry suffered the same fate. I'm not going to continue on this story, though; it's a one-shot. But thanks for the review!

Reviewer: guiding ray of sunlight
Date: 05/12/06 9:40
Chapter: Bitter Tears

that was great. Malfoy really would make a great dad (better than lucius sr. at least)

Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for the review.

Reviewer: Hermione_Rocks
Date: 05/12/06 9:19
Chapter: Bitter Tears

Aww. That was terribly sad, yet terribly beautiful too, if that makes any sense. Great work!

Author's Response: I'm glad you like it. Thanks for the review.

Reviewer: Hamm On Wry
Date: 05/11/06 23:42
Chapter: Bitter Tears

This is good, but you should not have one-shotted it. I would like to see you develop these characters, possibly bring in some new challenges, especially in the Quidditch area. Possibly have young Lucius go through a period of discovery regarding the roots of his family... and expand the relationship between the Potter girl and Lucius. Maybe have him on a quest to restore (or bring) honor to his family name by correcting the sins of his forefathers... work against the death eaters..

Good read though, even if you don't do anything with it later.

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing.

Author's Response: I really like your ideas on how i could continue the story, but I think I'm going to keep it a one-shot because that's how I wrote it. I appreciate your review, though.

Author's Response: I really like your ideas on how i could continue the story, but I think I'm going to keep it a one-shot because that's how I wrote it. I appreciate your review, though.

Reviewer: FutureOscarWinner
Date: 05/11/06 21:55
Chapter: Bitter Tears

Huh, that is a different story, All the other stories i have read have been about a Potter in Slytherin! i think its a good idea to change it up like that, i will look for the next chapter!

Author's Response: It's actually a one-shot, but i have another story in queue. Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: FutureOscarWinner
Date: 05/11/06 21:55
Chapter: Bitter Tears

Huh, that is a different story, All the other stories i have read have been about a Potter in Slytherin! i think its a good idea to change it up like that, i will look for the next chapter!

Author's Response: :)

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