Reviewer: Binka Fudge
Date: 07/07/08 19:23
Chapter: A Strawberry-Flavored Kiss

Oh I do love when I get a giggle from a fic. And i do love that song. And both Ginny and Draco are still so much i8n character despite their relationship. Well done and thanks.

Reviewer: draco_lover147
Date: 11/21/06 19:31
Chapter: A Strawberry-Flavored Kiss

I read you story and it was nice, i read your summerary and one thing you connected S.P.E.W. when it should be seperated with a period because it is NOT spew which means to throw up
Loved your story though

Reviewer: callmehermione
Date: 08/11/06 19:22
Chapter: A Strawberry-Flavored Kiss

Well, I reviewed in a livejournal comment already, so I'm going by that, but I adapted it to be a bit more useful.

The beginning captures the reader's attention right away. At first, we're left wondering whether or not Draco and Ginny are together, and then, when we realise they must be, we're curious as to how. I love it when a story offers little pieces of its past at a time, enticing the author to keep reading.

...glanced up at Draco, who quickly arranged his features in order to look slightly bored. This is so completely and utterly Draco. His characterisation is done quite well, and your portrayal of him as just pretending not to have fun is very accurate.

Draco did his best, but Ginny was humming some annoying, bouncy song as she supervised and it grated on his nerves – or, at least, he made every appearance that it did. This is lovely in relation to both Draco and an 'every boy' type of thing. He's in love with Ginny and copes with everything she does just so he can be with her. That's what makes your story so special!

Oh, and I adore your mid-chapter explanation of their relationship. It makes for a lovely addition and description of the story. Giving a history is really helpful to the readers.

*laughs uncontrollably* I positively adore the ending! I like that part because it has a little bit of romance and Christmas spirit and strawberries and, of course, the lovely laughter. And everyone knows 'Winter Wonderland'.

I love it.

Author's Response: Why, thank you Delaney-sue. And especially not for publicly embarrassing me by calling me Draslie. *giggles* I worried, you know, when I saw you'd reviewed it. Anyway! Thanks so much for the nice review, and for thinking that my Draco is good. And that it's...well...nice. And stuff. Hooray. *dances in the imaginary snow*

Reviewer: Ambrille
Date: 08/10/06 16:26
Chapter: A Strawberry-Flavored Kiss

I wanted to edit my review, but there's no option. :( Ack, sorry, I meant to say that it would be helpful if you explained where the relationship came from in the beginning of the story. I know you did explain it, and I merely meant if you put it in the beginning, it would help readers get into the story more as they could fully understand the pairing right from the beginning. So sorry.

Author's Response: Thanks for your comments. The point of the story was actually the fluff, which is why it didn't get serious until somewhere in the middle, because it's supposed to be clear that - for some reason - the couple has been established for quite some time. Besides, one always hopes that the fact that you simply can't understand why Draco and Ginny act so comfortable together makes you read on. Thank you very much for your input, though! Have a lovely day! *D*

Reviewer: Ambrille
Date: 08/10/06 16:22
Chapter: A Strawberry-Flavored Kiss

It was a cute story, and well written but I don't think you've got Ginny's nor Draco's personalities down quite right. Also it might be helpful to readers if you explain how Ginny and Draco managed to hook up, as in most fans' minds the two despite each other. I love Ginny and Draco fics, but it has to be said in the stories where their relationship came from for the readers to really feel your story.

Other than that, though, it was a really enjoyable read. Very cute moments and really sentimental.


Author's Response: I thought that the relationship was explained in enough depth that you could understand where they were coming from; the angst of their hooking up was not the focus; the "cuteness" and "sentimentality" was.

Reviewer: maysiriusrestinpeace
Date: 08/10/06 8:49
Chapter: A Strawberry-Flavored Kiss

hehehe luvly ending. pretty cute draco/ginny one. luved it!!

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