Reviews For Catching Up
Reviewer: WunderWitch
Date: 11/11/06 19:25
Chapter: Catching Up

awwww, how sweet! I love andy and ted!!

Reviewer: Valentinia
Date: 07/29/06 1:24
Chapter: Catching Up

I really enjoy Black family fics, and this one was very good. I like how there are a few so-called-blood traitors but also people who are undecided. After all, "the world isn't divided into good people and death eaters" ... :) I really enjoy the characterization of Alphard, too. He seems very likable, but also very realistic!

Reviewer: hogwartswannabe
Date: 06/14/06 23:43
Chapter: Catching Up

that was so good!! i really like how you portrayed Alphard, and he's exactly like i think jkr would've described him!! definitely 10/10!!!

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