Reviews For The Weaker Vessel
Reviewer: MaraudingMarauders
Date: 07/11/11 11:12
Chapter: One-Shot!

Very interesting story :-) I liked imagining what Severus' private life could have been

Reviewer: Vorona
Date: 05/05/07 10:41
Chapter: One-Shot!

I really like this idea. I think it would have been interesting if a student had interrupted at some point.

Reviewer: ThessalyRose
Date: 03/17/07 22:58
Chapter: One-Shot!

Finally, someone else who sees that Severus must have loved Dumbledore like a father! Great story! Thanks for sharing it.

Reviewer: Vindictus Viridian
Date: 02/01/07 11:21
Chapter: One-Shot!

"Presuade." Heh. It sounded way too good on AIM to let you run off without writing it! And here it is. I love it. You've taken a very hidden character from the books and made a person of her, and then paired her up with quite a good Severus.

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