Reviews For Fair Exchanges
Reviewer: MaraudingMarauders
Date: 11/20/07 9:04
Chapter: Chapter 8: The Potions Master

Terrific chapter! Love this fan fic :)

Author's Response: Yay!

Reviewer: MaraudingMarauders
Date: 11/20/07 9:02
Chapter: Chapter 7: Distillations

Wow, I have to say Snape drunk like that was a surprise! Well written though

Author's Response: I think Hermione thought so, too.

Reviewer: MaraudingMarauders
Date: 11/20/07 8:56
Chapter: Chapter 6: The First Brick Crumbles

Excellent chapter!

Author's Response: :)

Reviewer: MaraudingMarauders
Date: 11/20/07 8:50
Chapter: Chapter 5: The Great Escape

Haha! Extremely funny at the end. Great humor!

Author's Response: *bows* This is one of my favorite things I've ever written.

Reviewer: MaraudingMarauders
Date: 11/20/07 8:41
Chapter: Chapter 4: Compound Interest

Wonderful chapter!

Author's Response: :)

Reviewer: MaraudingMarauders
Date: 11/20/07 8:38
Chapter: Chapter 3: Old Habits Die Hard

Hermione does not seem to get intimidated too quickly which is a good thing when dealing with Snape!!! :) Good chapter

Author's Response: No doubt! He's not one for the weak of heart.

Reviewer: MaraudingMarauders
Date: 11/20/07 8:20
Chapter: Chapter 2: Fair and Square

Pretty funny chapter! :P

Author's Response: The humor has yet to come, trust me.

Reviewer: MaraudingMarauders
Date: 11/20/07 8:01
Chapter: Chapter 1: The Art of the Deal

Intrigueing chapter! Interesting deal too!

Author's Response: :)

Reviewer: leahsm2
Date: 11/19/07 15:56
Chapter: Chapter 9: That Which Does Not Kill Me

Your story is one of my favorites. I like the way Snape and Hermione are attracted to each other, and made to seem so attractive, even if to the outside world (as you make so pinfully obvious in other portions) they may not be.
""Legilimens." He plunged into her consciousness without his usual delicacy, quickly pilfering through deep memories, searching for specific content." I like how this sets the reader up for what will happen later in the chapter, showing Snape as a man in a mission.

"Snape could see it in her eyes; mere defiance was replaced by desperate horror, the indignant rage by a primal instinct for self-preservation. He sneered, pulling her head back by her long, thick hair as he reached into the front of his robes with his other hand. He was ready; he took hold of the waistband of her woolen tights and yanked downward--

--a sensation of falling through darkness--"

This was especially evocative of feeling the Occlumens finally being able to stop the Legilimens.

" "I don't deny it, young lady," he said softly. "But my hands are clean, and I stayed out of your dreams." " I liked this part alot, too, especially since he thought (hoped?) he'd find himself in her dreams.


I liked how Snape is fighting himself trying to push Hermione away, even though she represents something he so desperately wants. The choice of the bed time story was brilliant, and the banter, with Hermione seeing through his gruff "professorial demeanor" is sweet. I likwe the way they both stay in character while they drift closer, and how they both relly respect and relate to each other.




Author's Response: :) Thanks! It's always nice to get a review from someone who's really into the story. Glad you like it!

Reviewer: leahsm2
Date: 11/19/07 15:55
Chapter: Chapter 9: That Which Does Not Kill Me

Your story is one of my favorites. I like the way Snape and Hermione are attracted to each other, and made to seem so attractive, even if to the outside world (as you make so pinfully obvious in other portions) they may not be.
""Legilimens." He plunged into her consciousness without his usual delicacy, quickly pilfering through deep memories, searching for specific content." I like how this sets the reader up for what will happen later in the chapter, showing Snape as a man in a mission.

"Snape could see it in her eyes; mere defiance was replaced by desperate horror, the indignant rage by a primal instinct for self-preservation. He sneered, pulling her head back by her long, thick hair as he reached into the front of his robes with his other hand. He was ready; he took hold of the waistband of her woolen tights and yanked downward--

--a sensation of falling through darkness--"

This was especially evocative of feeling the Occlumens finally being able to stop the Legilimens.

" "I don't deny it, young lady," he said softly. "But my hands are clean, and I stayed out of your dreams." " I liked this part alot, too, especially since he thought (hoped?) he'd find himself in her dreams.


I liked how Snape is fighting himself trying to push Hermione away, even though she represents something he so desperately wants. The choice of the bed time story was brilliant, and the banter, with Hermione seeing through his gruff "professorial demeanor" is sweet. I likwe the way they both stay in character while they drift closer, and how they both relly respect and relate to each other.


Reviewer: leahsm2
Date: 11/19/07 15:55
Chapter: Chapter 9: That Which Does Not Kill Me

Your story is one of my favorites. I like the way Snape and Hermione are attracted to each other, and made to seem so attractive, even if to the outside world (as you make so pinfully obvious in other portions) they may not be.
""Legilimens." He plunged into her consciousness without his usual delicacy, quickly pilfering through deep memories, searching for specific content." I like how this sets the reader up for what will happen later in the chapter, showing Snape as a man in a mission.

"Snape could see it in her eyes; mere defiance was replaced by desperate horror, the indignant rage by a primal instinct for self-preservation. He sneered, pulling her head back by her long, thick hair as he reached into the front of his robes with his other hand. He was ready; he took hold of the waistband of her woolen tights and yanked downward--

--a sensation of falling through darkness--"

This was especially evocative of feeling the Occlumens finally being able to stop the Legilimens.

" "I don't deny it, young lady," he said softly. "But my hands are clean, and I stayed out of your dreams." " I liked this part alot, too, especially since he thought (hoped?) he'd find himself in her dreams.


I liked how Snape is fighting himself trying to push Hermione away, even though she represents something he so desperately wants. The choice of the bed time story was brilliant, and the banter, with Hermione seeing through his gruff "professorial demeanor" is sweet. I likwe the way they both stay in character while they drift closer, and how they both relly respect and relate to each other.


Reviewer: Follyfree
Date: 10/20/07 12:29
Chapter: Chapter 6: The First Brick Crumbles

This story is so well written!!! your so good at writing, it's almost unbelievable you exist, with out the help of a fairy tale!!!

Author's Response: *sporfle* *checks quickly* Yep, I'm real. *giggle giggle*

Reviewer: snoop102103
Date: 09/11/07 16:51
Chapter: Chapter 1: The Art of the Deal

I like it

Author's Response: Thanks!

Reviewer: chasing_willow
Date: 09/02/07 7:38
Chapter: Epilogue

awww this is so cute..
I'm afraid I'll have to succumb to LJ - though I had never before - in order to read your full story.
I like it.


Author's Response: You won't be sorry. There's some additional chapters earlier on, too, that you'll get to see.

Reviewer: chasing_willow
Date: 09/02/07 5:34
Chapter: Chapter 19: Release

"equine proportions" that's.. awful.. not *snort* *choke* *giggle* ..funny.
Oh, graces.

Author's Response: I hear ya.

Reviewer: chasing_willow
Date: 09/02/07 5:32
Chapter: Chapter 18: Atlas and Axis

aww that's so weird, sad and awful.. I'd feel that way too if I dreamt something like that.
Which means.. kudos to you! you're getting me to sympathise.
also kudos to you for using the word "screwy".

Author's Response: *snerk* Glad you're enjoying it!

Reviewer: chasing_willow
Date: 09/02/07 2:24
Chapter: Chapter 17: Confrontation

"--not because he was so deadly, but because he was saving that deadliness for a special occasion."
oh, you are very clever, miss.

Author's Response: *bows* I try.

Reviewer: KneazleWeazl
Date: 08/22/07 13:37
Chapter: Chapter 7: Distillations

Oh dear. Help him to his room? while he's drunk? Oh my... o dear...

Author's Response: That Herms is so kindhearted.

Reviewer: KneazleWeazl
Date: 08/22/07 13:29
Chapter: Chapter 6: The First Brick Crumbles

In my opinion he is a bacon sandwich.

Author's Response: *thinks about that commercial with the dog sniffing all over saying "bacon, bacon, bacon..."

Reviewer: KneazleWeazl
Date: 08/22/07 13:21
Chapter: Chapter 5: The Great Escape

That was great! Snape as gay... with Lucius. O goodnessthat was spectacular.

Author's Response: Several people complained that Gay!Snape was too OOC. Eh. That's the point of fanfic--to take characters in new directions and see if you can make it believable. Gay, bedtime stories...it's all just new horizons.

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