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Name: BrokenPromise (Signed) · Date: 04/07/12 21:41 · For: The Fourteenth of February
Hahaha! loved the ending.
Lucius sending a valentine was a bit odd, but you captured him perfectly. It was less odd than what I originally thought though: I thought it was Tom Riddle. Now that would be very very paedophilic.
Snape's valentine was perfect as well. I could tell straight away. And I loved that the Marauders all sent letters. That could've been very awkward...

Name: quibblequill (Signed) · Date: 04/11/08 1:52 · For: The Fourteenth of February
I loved your story! Though, I don't see why Lucius would send Lily a valentine...

Name: eva_writes (Signed) · Date: 04/09/08 17:26 · For: The Fourteenth of February
Wow. Very l;ong and confusing, but very funny!

Name: Pendraegona (Signed) · Date: 04/07/08 17:10 · For: The Fourteenth of February
I wondered for a bit if you were going to have all the Marauders sending notes on James' behalf, but it's funnier the way you did it...and creepier. Ugh. Lucius Malfoy. I can't imagine all the Marauders liking her at the same time romantically, it's just not plausible, but it had me rolling around. Peter--oh Merlin, he was the most amusing of them all. The ponytail thing? Brilliant.

Thank you for making me laugh.

Name: Red and Gold (Signed) · Date: 04/06/08 16:36 · For: The Fourteenth of February
*sighs happily*

I think you might have done it, Tash, and I thought it was impossible: I actually liked a Marauder's Story.

You did a smashing job of writing a story with a wonderful plot, excellent detail and description, steady pace and action, and just an over-all beautifully done story about Valentine's Day and Lily's reactions to it.

I enjoyed that you had her receiving notes from all four Marauders, and you absolutely nailed their characters in the types of letters they sent. I like that Snape gave her a book tied with a black ribbon, and that he kept his emotions to himself. I have to say I was a bit disturbed that you have my love, Lucius, giving Lily crystallized pineapple, but I liked that his intent was to have her use it to get in better with Slughorn.

Best of all, you capped it off with a lovely ending, leaving me and my fellow readers, I'm certain, with a pleasant feeling that one gets when one finishes a well-written story that's good from beginning to end.

Very well done!

Name: Rislans88 (Signed) · Date: 04/06/08 8:12 · For: The Fourteenth of February
this was fantastic!! funny, realistic, entertaining, sweet.... put me in a fantastic mood!! thanks so much for writing it :D i can't wait to read more of your stories!!!

Name: Love_is_4ever (Signed) · Date: 04/05/08 18:19 · For: The Fourteenth of February
Tash! *tackleglomps*

This was amazing! I really liked this: it was funny and cute. I loved the letters. I didn't quite understnad your comment (on another review) that Sirius and James were jerks and sent their letters together, care to explain further? Why jerks?

I loved Remus sending her the chocolate, and I liked that you didn't make Peter a complete waste of space. *thumbs up*

There were a couple of errors.
"He hoped he wouldn’t bring up yesterday, as it was a day she was very willing to forget." - It should be "She hoped he wouldn't. . ."

The other error... I can't remember it! =( I know it was a word. I think I remember where it was *goes check* Nope, can't find it. Anyways, it was that you wrote a word, when you meant another. I'll see if I can find it and tell you later.

Great job on this!


~ Samarie

PS: Whatever happened to Lily talking with the Squid... *giggles*

Name: shewolf2000 (Signed) · Date: 04/05/08 12:36 · For: The Fourteenth of February
All four Marauders, Snape, and Lucius Malfoy? Poor Lily. Poor poor Lily! Maybe she should consider spending next Valentine's Day in the hospital wing. I loved your fic! Each of the notes was so appropriate to the sender. Lucius Malfoy creeps me out! I'm not a big Sev fan, but I do hope that Lily finds an occasion to wear that black ribbon to make up for Sirius reading his letter aloud in the Great Hall. Remus and chocolate, classic. Peter's was sweet, if a little misguided. Sirius's - "short and simple". And James, well, I don't think it would take anyone more than a few nano-seconds to figure out who sent his. Brilliant fic!

Name: Parchment and Quill (Signed) · Date: 04/05/08 1:49 · For: The Fourteenth of February
Nice story. I really like it!

“The bad news is, they’re going to be a lot worse next year.”

The last line (which is pasted above) is probably one of the best lines of read.

Keep up the good work. It was a good one-shot.

I really felt for Lily too!

~ Parchment and Quill

Author's Response: hehe that's one of my favourite lines in this story too. :D Thanks for the review! :)

Name: Pissenoffanis (Anonymous) · Date: 04/04/08 18:22 · For: The Fourteenth of February
Lovely fic! Humorous and a little cute at the same time. I like how you've portrayed all their different personalities simply in the letters, particularly Sirius's short and sweet one. *eyeroll at James's card*

Hope you'll do a sequel for next year! *wink*

Author's Response: Thanks for the review! hehe, humourous and a little cute was exactly what I was going for, so I'm glad that worked out. :) As for a sequel...I'll just have to wait and see.

Name: Andromeda_Tonks (Signed) · Date: 04/04/08 16:40 · For: The Fourteenth of February
I really like this story, it has a good mixture of humour and real feelings. What on earth was the Lucius one about? In my opinion that was definitely the weirdest letter she got. I have one question: James and Sirius were very close, so would Sirius really send a Valentines letter to the girl that James was obsessed with? Other than that, I loved it, and at some point when people aren't throwing me off the computer I would like to read more of your work.

Author's Response: In my earlier plans Lucius had a bigger role, he was actually offering her a job in the letter. But somehow it didn't seem too believeable and I cut it out, leaving Lucius's letter in mostly for the creep factor. rnrnJames and Sirius were being jerks and they sent their letters together. Remus does not know this because he was in the Hospital Wing--he and Peter sending Lily letters as well was a coincidence, so he wasn't exactly lying. rnrnI hope I've answered your questions to some extent and I'm glad you enjoyed it. :Drnrn--Tash

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