You could make 16 epilouges and we would all still read your wonderful world and wish for more.
Author's Response: Thank you so much for feeling that way! Would you like to read a Ron pov one shot about the scene in the lift? It's called Love in an Elevator and posted in the category today! ;)
that was great! I'm glad there's going to be a part 3.
Author's Response: I'm glad you're glad, and I'm hoping to be happy that you're happy with the ending! ;)
i honestly liked this story very much
and am looking forward to ur update
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm looking forward to your reaction! :)
Don't worry kerichi, you can keep this story going for as looooong as you want. I promise I won't complain :)
Author's Response: I'm fighting the urge to squeeze you. :D Ta, Thanks!
I love it :) I am so glad you haven't managed to end it yet...maybe you should go for the record breaking world's longest epilogue? *giggles*
Epilogue: Part One Thousand (the first grandchild)
Thank you for giving me a giggle!
i was so happy that there's still one update left!! i loved the idea w/narcissa and the smells :-) and i loved this update, as always!!!
Author's Response: Thank you for liking the idea of Narcissa having a sensitive nose! In the Draco one shots I have him and Astoria creating perfume bases. I figured he got his "nose" from mum. :D
I'm not quite sure what's going on with all the action figure stuff...I'm assuming it has a double meaning?
Author's Response: Aside from showing he's nice to younger kids and that they both have a playful, imaginative side, in the "Burrow" chapter Scorpius revealed he's a bit of a comic geek, treasuring his collection. After falling for Rose, he's willing to share his toys, :D, and discovers it's even more fun!
Yay! I didn't want the story to be over yet..... Are you planning something for when this is (really) over? 'Cuz I totally love you stuff! :)
Author's Response: Thank you for making me laugh over the (really) :D. Aint it the truth! :D I do have another story I've put on hold for awhile but after that I'm sure Rose and Scorpius will be giving me new ideas for another adventure. :)
Still a great story. But I think you're trying to drive me crazy with the suspense, lol. I have really enjoyed the story, and I'll be waiting as patiently as possible for the end. You are a wonderful writer and I can't wait to see what you tackle next.
Author's Response: Blame the characters. They fill my head with ideas, lol. Thank you so much for waiting patiently! I have a short Remus and Tonks alternate ending romantic suspense fic in the works after this one, but I know I'll come back to Rose and Scorpius soon. :)
plz update soon, i cant wait 2 read the rest
Author's Response: I thought the next part would be the last, but actually, it'll be part two of three. (I should stop saying chapters will be the last, :D) It should post soon!
wow, rlly good so far!
Author's Response: Thank you! ^_^
Finish it!!!!!! Awesome story, love it:)
Author's Response: I'm there, I just have to wait until it's up on the site. I can't wait for you to read it! ^_^
I guess the only thing I'm having trouble likeing about this story is how different Draco's attitude is. I just find it hard to except that he'd turn into such a muggle-born accepting person. I don't think he'd be too keen on his son reading muggle based fairy tales and other stories. He IS a pure blood after all. BUT, having said all that, it is a nice change (I suppose) and I highly enjoyed reading it.
Thank you for enjoying reading the story! Before HBP, a lot of Draco fans would have had trouble believing he could cry in the girls' toilet to Moaning Myrtle (I know I did!), but afterward, I was glad Jo showed that he's vulnerable and emotional beneath his snide Pure-blood exterior.
It all comes down to whether you believe people can be more than Harry thought they were (like Snape), and whether you believe war can change people and their prejudices. In the Burrow chapter after their swim in the pond, Scorpius tells Rose his father changed...but his grandfather hasn't. The one shots show how and why.
My perspective is that experiencing Voldemort up close and personal was a reality check for Draco, and after the war breaking ties with Pansy and developing a relationship with Astoria--becoming a husband and father--continued his change for the better.
I don't claim it's the only characterization for him, but it's the one I prefer, and a nice change from stereotype. :)
The more I read, the more impressed I become. This story is amazing. Keep writing, please!
Author's Response: I heart you. I'm glad you're reading! :)
Chapter after chapter, this just keeps getting better!
Author's Response: Step back gonna come at you fast... Your review reminded me of a Christina Aguilera song. Thank you for the compliment, I'll use it (and the song) for inspiration. Hold on. Keeps getting better. :D
Goodness, I'm getting hooked. So far, this is an excellent read.
Author's Response: Yay for being hooked! That means you'll keep reading! ;)
Gosh, this story is taking some very unexpected turns. Very good, very good!
Author's Response: Thank you! I've had a lot of fun adding stress and excitement to the characters' lives. :)
Definetely something out of the ordinary...but I like it.
Author's Response: Thank you! I hope you'll love it by the end of the story. ^_~
Wow! This story has been so perfect that I just can't bring myself to read anything else because I feel like I'd be depriving myself. Seriously, you're a great writer and I can't wait to read part 2!
Author's Response: Aw, that's so sweet! There shouldn't be too much longer a wait, maybe next week if mods are posting (which they usually do, kind, hardworking, volunteer souls that they are). I have a lot of stories, so you could always go see if there's a pairing or plot that takes your fancy while you wait. ;)
There's a town next to where I live in Texas called DeSoto, do you know what it means?
What I don't know, I'll Google. :D On wikipedia, I learned that the town is named after Thomas Hernando DeSoto Stewart, a doctor dedicated to the community. From his name, I'm guessing his parents admired the Spanish explorer who was the first to discover the Mississippi river. :)