Reviews For A Golden Ribbon
Reviewer: Spanna Verne
Date: 02/04/07 13:18
Chapter: One Shot

This is among one of the best snape/hermione one shots I have read. They are so unlikely that it must be really hard to write a good one. There was very little OOC, and it was short and too the point. I liked how at the end you had the ribbon come, than fly away again, kind of as her with Snape was. That was a beautiful representaion. Did you mean for that too seem that way? I really like sad and bitter stories with a bit of romance, and this one was perfact. But honestly, hermione and snape don't stand a chance. that's just crazy, I don't even know what I'm doing in this catagory, but I'm glad I'm here now. The only thing I didn't like about this was how set in his feelings snape was. He must have masked his emotions well, for a long time to become that unsheilded and persistent. yet it was a nessarsary flaw. And his hair is greasy! Not silky! Oh well, that's only a little thing, and it would have ruined the moment to change that.All in all, a very good story.

Reviewer: Spanna Verne
Date: 02/04/07 13:18
Chapter: One Shot

This is among one of the best snape/hermione one shots I have read. They are so unlikely that it must be really hard to write a good one. There was very little OOC, and it was short and too the point. I liked how at the end you had the ribbon come, than fly away again, kind of as her with Snape was. That was a beautiful representaion. Did you mean for that too seem that way? I really like sad and bitter stories with a bit of romance, and this one was perfact. But honestly, hermione and snape don't stand a chance. that's just crazy, I don't even know what I'm doing in this catagory, but I'm glad I'm here now. The only thing I didn't like about this was how set in his feelings snape was. He must have masked his emotions well, for a long time to become that unsheilded and persistent. yet it was a nessarsary flaw. And his hair is greasy! Not silky! Oh well, that's only a little thing, and it would have ruined the moment to change that.All in all, a very good story.

Reviewer: Terab
Date: 01/03/07 22:39
Chapter: One Shot

Very well written. I would have loved for you to continue this, but understand it was a short story. Continue with the great writing.

Reviewer: eViL_EmeRaLd_EyeS
Date: 12/20/06 14:00
Chapter: One Shot

Hi! I don't usually like Hermione/Snape Fics, but i have to say you did a great job!

Reviewer: james and lily fan
Date: 12/07/06 17:42
Chapter: One Shot

that was cute, but sad! good job

Author's Response: Thank you so much!

Reviewer: fallendevil
Date: 12/04/06 3:33
Chapter: One Shot

awwww i soooo love this short story shame that it is a short one but all i can say is continue writing. you story was/ is soooo lovey dovey fallendevilxxxx
10/10

Author's Response: *grins* I'm so happy you loved it!

Reviewer: Kathyhermy123
Date: 11/30/06 14:21
Chapter: One Shot

Absolutly Magic. Loved it all.

Author's Response: That's the best compliment I can get. Thanks so much!

Reviewer: kumydabookworm
Date: 11/29/06 20:06
Chapter: One Shot

Your characterization was so IC for Hermione; it's almost ethereal. First of all, you don't alter her clinically-thinking personality at all. She could no longer pretend that everyone was safe at Hogwarts. To do so was utterly foolish.

In addition, you don't make her into a simpering fool. Her intelligence shines through the whole story's dialogue. I have to ask you to return the ribbon and leave, Professor. Lunch hour is almost over and I have not yet completed what I set out to do, thanks to you."

Even in anger and hurt, she manages to address Snape as an adult would. That speech, that tone - that is so Hermione Granger, that I almost feel as if Hermione was a creation of your own mind, you know her so well.

Finally, her strength. She doesn't melt in lust, or fall apart. She's not a giddy schoolgirl. She's our wise, practical Hermione, who knows when something is impossible.

"I-I can't do this." She swallowed hard and turned back to him, repeating her words more forcefully. "I can't do this."

The characterization is wonderfully perfect, and wonderfully heartbreaking. Absolutely stunning story, and Hermione really is written superbly.

Love,
Kumy

Author's Response: Oh Kumy, this is such a lovely review. It totally made my day, hun! *huggles lots* Thank you so much for liking my characterization -- I really didn't think it was so good. *sends her love*

Reviewer: lupinswife
Date: 11/17/06 23:11
Chapter: One Shot

The perfect Snape /Hermione story ever. I wonder does Snape want to have her child/children?Snapes so pssionate!!!!!! awwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Author's Response: Thank you!

Reviewer: I_am_Snapes_Bride13
Date: 11/12/06 15:07
Chapter: One Shot

Very interesting.

Author's Response: Thanks!

Reviewer: mrsdan
Date: 11/04/06 9:22
Chapter: One Shot

What??? Why did you make him leave her!!!???

Author's Response: The ending isn't really definite; there might always be more.

Reviewer: EtherealElation
Date: 11/02/06 0:36
Chapter: One Shot

Oooh... I like this one. The entrance reminded me of Bambi, but the rest - oh, the rest was excellent. Great work here, leaves much to be admired in its enchanting words. Brava!

~Juliet

Author's Response: *blushes* Wow, thank you for this great review! *grins*

Reviewer: Lendou
Date: 09/28/06 16:43
Chapter: One Shot

What time before?

Author's Response: I'm not sure I quite understand your question. Could you be more specific?

Reviewer: Samuri Rose
Date: 09/25/06 11:15
Chapter: One Shot

Wow!
LOve this so much
Great story!
1000000000000000000000000000000/10
:)
Samuri Rose xxx

Author's Response: Thank you!

Reviewer: SomberBallad
Date: 07/31/06 23:43
Chapter: One Shot

What a terribly tragic romance! I loved it! Lately I have become obsessed with reading Hermione/Snape, it is so weird, and it’s not like me at all. Then you posted this on the LJ and you had me hooked from your teaser and the first paragraph.

Good description, everything from the scenery to the emotions to physical body movements was incredible to read. I really felt like I was there and feeling everything that was happening. Description is definitely strength for you, which isn’t saying too much because lots of people can use flowy big words to describe. But when you describe what is going on I don’t get bored, you keep it entertaining and keep the language understandable and reasonable for the average reader (*would like to think of self as average reader*). So you are actually better than most of the “great” descriptive writers.

The chemistry was hot! You built up the tension to this huge climax and then came rushing down on us with a denouement and my jaw was literally hanging at the end. It was definitely right though, it was so much like Snape to do that. Even if I feel like I was just jerked off of the fun ride. Never once during the story did Snape leave his canon character…and that is impressive. Every Snape/Hermione fiction I’ve read he does something remotely romantic and then loses all credibility. You kept his romantics so subtle you really didn’t know he had them unless you could feel what Hermione was feeling (which we could because you describe her thoughts so well).

The harsh banter between them was good, I think that is a good way to keep the chemistry flowing while not turning Snape wishy washy. Your friend put it best, they act very naturally towards each other.

I had one small suggestion.

She growled in frustration, cursed herself for not tying it tauter.
I would specify what “it” is in this sentence (the ribbon in this case) because in the other sentences before it you are talking about the wind. While I do know what you are talking about it just sounds better if you defined “it”. Taut is an awesome world.

I loved the scene, the chemistry, and just the story in general. You are obviously a very captivating writer. I was drooling from start to finish. Nice job :)


Author's Response: *squees* *massive huggle* Ashley, love, this review means the world to me! I am so glad that you enjoyed it, that you liked it, that it captivated you. Those words just make me grin and blush and stammer! My worry on this story was that Snape was too mysterious, but you saying he was canon...let's just say I'm probably the happiest person on earth right now, lol. Thank you so much, dearest, for the lovely, amazing and beautiful comments! *loves*

Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley
Date: 07/28/06 16:52
Chapter: One Shot

Anna, thats just not fair! Awww, man! It was all so perfect and then stupid Hermione being all sensible. Wonderful story my dear. I am so glad someone wrote Liz a Sev/Hermione for her birthday as I didn't get around to it myself. *ashamed* It was absolutely beautiful. I loved the detail and lack thereof. Severus did seem a bit soft to me at times, but sometimes even he can't help but show his sensitive side. Wonderful! I can't say it enough.

Author's Response: *huggles* Thank you, love! This means so so so much to me! Both of you have given me such lovely reviews, I'm grinning like a maniac right now. Yes, Hermione spoiled it all. But that's just her -- always carrying around a sense of propriety. Poor Severus! I've always had some trouble writing Snape, so I hope he didn't come off *too* badly!! *huggles*

Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley
Date: 07/28/06 16:51
Chapter: One Shot

Anna, thats just not fair! Awww, man! It was all so perfect and then stupid Hermione being all sensible. Wonderful story my dear. I am so glad someone wrote Liz a Sev/Hermione for her birthday as I didn't get around to it myself. *ashamed* It was absolutely beautiful. I loved the detail and lack thereof. Severus did seem a bit soft to me at times, but sometimes even he can't help but show his sensitive side. Wonderful! I can't say it enough.

Author's Response: Yay for double review!

Reviewer: ehigh
Date: 07/27/06 0:32
Chapter: One Shot

Your story is really gripping, and I hope that there is more coming!

Author's Response: Thank you! :D

Reviewer: Cherry and Phoenix Feather
Date: 07/26/06 20:03
Chapter: One Shot

And did I tell you how much I adore you for this story? I did. All right, then, since that's out of the way...

This story is really, truly beautiful. I like how the details of their romance are elusive, and really quite irrelevant. They act very naturally toward each other, and it's so sad how she loses the ribbon that means so much to her. That brought tears to my eyes.

Anna, dear, I

Author's Response: I am sooo happy that you liked this story! You deserved a Sev/Her for your birthday, and it looked like I was the only friend willing to write you one! I loved writing it and seeing you so happy makes me squee! Looks like your message got cut off a bit. Nevertheless, thank you for being such an amazing friend. I love you. *huggles*

Reviewer: Artemis
Date: 07/26/06 18:53
Chapter: One Shot

Wow....Not a fan of S/H...but wow...

Author's Response: Awww, thank you so much! I always <3 getting reviews from you! Thank you for being such a faithful reviewer too! *hugs*

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