I like how Potter and Narcissa are sort of friends, at the end.
T.T ok sad really sad butlovely to read
“Where’s the bloke who paid for the room?” asked the barkeep skeptically.
you may want to edit your story next time :p
I am in love with the Queen references! So creative, and it's good to find a fellow Queen fan.... great plot line, too.
This story is so sad and beautiful. I hope that Narcissa and Harry develop a good friendship.
This was a great story! The last two sentances actually got me to cry! :)
I can't believe it... This story has actually brought tears to my eyes... amazing.
Wow, I don't usually read slash, but this one was really good. I really like your writing style, by the way. Really easy to read, straight to the point, but all the while strung together like a good writer should.
That was sad...
That was...WOW!!!!!!!! That was the only real sex scene I've read about Harry Potter! I hate the ending though!
so sad i guess u can't always have happily ever after
“Do you make a habit of kissing your enemies?” asked Harry.
“Only the good-looking ones,” Draco replied.
AWWWW!!!!!!! So perfect!!! I love that line ;D Please keep writing!!
wow i really like this story it's quite touching. very well written.
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thank you so much for leaving a review!
Oh...so sad!!!!! This is really quite emotional. Puts a more serious side onto Chap. 1. Very nice. You really have to feel bad for Draco.
Author's Response: Yes, poor Draco... Learns to love, and then he dies. I really was always most comfortable with killing him off... But I do have a version where he survives, if you're interested. Too Much Love Will Kill You. It's a WIP. :) Thanks again for reviewing!
OMG!! I'm sorry, but this was hilarious! I'm glad I was home alone at the time, because I was laughing my head off the whole time. My favourite lines:
I show you mine, you show me yours.
(Oooh, innuendo, no?)
“You’re in no state to rape anyone,” said Harry dryly. (LOL!!)
“Do you make a habit of kissing your enemies?” asked Harry.
“Only the good-looking ones,” Draco replied, his grey eyes shining in the semi-darkness. (Again, LOL!!)
“What the hell do you think you’re doing, Potter?” he growled as Harry began removing his trousers. “Don’t you know I’m always on top?” (Okay, this one made me like die, it was so hilarious!)
Still, the ending was sad. I like this story, though. It's good slash. And good slash is like an ice cream sundae. Yum. A very good little one-night stand. :)
Author's Response: Well, it's certainly an original reaction. I don't think anyone else has ever told me they laughed at this. Then again, the humour is in there intentionally, so it's nice to have someon pick up on it. I follow the principles of Shakespear. Always add some humour to your tragedies, or the audience will be most unhappy. :) Thanks for reviewing, and I'm glad you liked it!
a bit dramatic but so cool
Author's Response: Thanks! :)
Why Maia, you're a fablous Beta and a fantastic author. I'm affraid I don't like this one as much as Borderline though... Mostly because Borderline was just too touching and sad for anything to come close to it.
Now, I'm terribly sorry but I have to be critical instead of fangirlyish. I didn't really see the reason behind anything. Draco stumbles upon Harry, he calls a truce of all things, and then... they end up in bed. Good plot, but it lacked... emotions, I guess.
Don't misunderstand though, I loved the story. Especialy the last bit, and Draco's last lines. I couldn't help but to find myself laughing as well, and at other parts of the story.
Also, I had the right kinda upbringing you might say, and decided to play Bohemian Rhapsody while reading this. It. Fit. Perfectly. Halfway through I had to restart the song and the song was at the line "Nothing really matters" at your line "Nothing really mattered anymore.". Fantastic.
Well, I'm off to read the sequal/last chapter/epilouge.
Author's Response: I can understand your concern regarding "why". I believe the easiest way to explain it is that it was a desparate need for closeness which made it happen. It was an act of passion rather than love, really.
I've always felt that a relationship between Harry and Draco must be short and sweet. If they get to know each other too well, they will eventually drift apart again, because their personalitites will always clash. They must be driven by passion rather than affection, at least at first, in order to keep them as in character as possible. In this story Draco knows he's going to die. He harbours an attraction towards Harry, and decides to act upon it because he knows he has very little time left, and nothing to lose (not to mention that he is drunk as a skunk). Harry responds out of compassion and selflessness, as well as because of his own loneliness and a mutual wish for closeness with another human being.
This is how I see a potential relationship between the two working out; in other words, I believe them to be doomed to failure. In a situation where they actually have time to form a romantic bond, they still would never make it.
You know, I probably liked Borderline best as well. I think that's honestly one of the best stories I've ever written. Have you tried to listen to that with Stinkfist playing? I think it fits, but it would be nice to hear someone else's opinion as well...
Thank you so much for reviewing, though! And for the enormous compliment that was your opening statement. Thank you!
Uh, woah. That was.. well that was awesome in a creepy way. Sad and yet awesome. Great job!
Author's Response: Well, thanks! I guess creepy awesome is still awesome. :) Thanks for reviewing!
This is my third time reading this, and it gets better every time! I cry each time I read it, and I don't cry easy. You are a fantastic writer.
Author's Response: Wow! Thank you! I'm really, really happy you enjoyed it. Sorry about all the tears. :P *gives cookie* Thank you for the review, and for the compliment!
I really like this! I didn't think I would like a Harry and Draco fic this much, because it seems so OOC. But they are in character here, and their need for companionship brings them together. Plus the fact that they're both drunk.
It's interesting that Harry keeps thinking about it, even a year later, after he's slept with Ginny. Molly would definitely not like that they were sharing a room, but I don't think Ron would say anything about it, he would be too embarrassed.
Author's Response: I guess the second chapter is kind of pointless... It's like a sort of epilogue, but looking back I might as well have skipped it all together.
I'm glad you liked the story, though, abd that I managed to write them in character enough that a person who doesn't really like pairing could enjoy the story. Thanks for reviwing!