Reviewer: Eleanor Lupin
Date: 08/07/11 5:36
Chapter: Disastrous Traditions

Oh, cute cute cute! I just loved this whole thing! I adored the fact that you made Lucius and Narcissa look so sweet, giving us all a nice look at two characters whose emotions you rarely see. Bravo!

Reviewer: ren_a87
Date: 12/17/07 21:56
Chapter: Disastrous Traditions

That was really cute! I think you should embark on a series with Lucius and Narcissa. If you don't have time right now, that's cool, but I definitely think you shuld try it when you finish up one of your other stories!

Author's Response: Thanks! But with three chaptered fics going right now (one's not up yet), I don't think I have time. But I do love writing Lucius/Narcissa!

Reviewer: vampitude
Date: 12/15/07 11:45
Chapter: Disastrous Traditions

This was adorable! The plot was fluffy and cute without drowning me in romance. I loved your characterization of the two; I've read so many stories where they seem like totally different people from the Malfoys we know and love (or love to hate *winks*). I sincerely believed that Narcissa would actually want to decorate the house without magic.

Now for a bit of nitpickiness. I felt Narcissa didn't really trick him into helping her. She didn't really use any of her Slytheirn cunning to make him want to help.

Great story, and good luck for the challenge!

Rose

Author's Response: The Malfoys might have been in Voldemort's inner circle, but after what happened in DH, it's pretty obvious they're not totally bad. But Lucius still has to keep his sarcasm in any story! Narcissa didn't trick him into helping her, but she definitely tried. But—you're right—maybe I should change my summary, In fact, I think I will! Thanks for the great review!

Reviewer: Jazzbones
Date: 12/14/07 15:42
Chapter: Disastrous Traditions

Very cute - nice way to show that the Malfoys are human too.

Author's Response: Everyone has their faults and their strangths. Lucius might be on the "bad" side, but I still fully believe he was in love with his wife. Thanks for your review!

Reviewer: cookie_girl1377
Date: 12/14/07 14:15
Chapter: Disastrous Traditions

I thought that was great. I can't help but think that Lucius and Draco have more in common that they seem to let on. :]

Author's Response: I think Lucius loves his wife more than he would ever show, and I like to think that she knows it inspite of his coldness. I think they have quite a bit in common too! Thanks, Frankie!

Reviewer: James Jameson
Date: 12/13/07 21:01
Chapter: Disastrous Traditions

Aw! C'est tres mignon! J'ai adore ton histoire!

Author's Response: LOL I had to get one of my friends to translate this for me! I don't take French! Thank you so much for the review, no matter what the language! ^_~

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