Omg, Grace Kelly! I was just looking for a story to read because I was bored and I came across this. I love Mika nd Grace Kelly, favourite song by him, right next to Lollipop! Great story and love the sentences that Pansy and Blaise used from the song! :)
Author's Response: I absolutely love Grace Kelly also! I just HAD to use the whole, "I wanna talk to you" line too. Thanks for the review!
I loved this story – I have always liked a story with a Pansy who wasn’t hanging onto Draco’s arm and laughing at all his jokes.
This Ravenclaw!Pansy is a very good portrayal of her – though in canon she isn’t so subtle. I would see her as a kind of girl who had good ideas and good plans but didn’t carry them out very well.
“She then proceeded to ignore him as she finished her breakfast, successfully hiding the pleased smile that Blaise Zabini had inspired. The Blaise Zabini had finally asked her out. It had taken a while before she had finally realized that he didn’t want what he could get; he always wanted the most expensive, rare things. He always wanted to know the most complicated and forbidden theories. He always wanted to practice the most advanced magic and research the most illusive topics. In short, it was Blaise Zabini’s ambition to get what he couldn’t have that had Sorted him into Slytherin. As soon as Pansy had realized his insatiable thirst for what he couldn’t have, she suddenly became the most illusive girl on campus. ”
I love this section because it shows that even though Pansy has been working towards the same thing as Blaise, she never noticed it before it was shoved right under her nose. I think it’s nice because even the smartest people who work for themselves sometimes miss things if other people are trying to either help them (or in this case, date them) or do the same thing that they want.
Lovely story, and it’s a refreshing new view of Pansy! Great job!
Author's Response: *is jetlagged and sleep deprived* Thanks! I just got back from vacation and back off hiatus so it was a very lovely surprise to come back to this pretty review! i'm lsd you liked it!
I very much enjoyed this -- a different look into Pansy! Well done. :]
Author's Response: Thanks! I wanted it so that she would be a little bit softer and less icy, but that she would still be cunning!