Funny and wonderful as always! They seem to be falling for each other quite heavily. I don't know if I mentioned, but I really like that Malfoy had to admit that he'd liked her since 5th year on the train. I imagine that that might not only have been a shock to Rose, but a bit of a shock to him as well.
Author's Response: Thank you for telling me that! Scorpius rationalized keeping an eye on Rose for all sorts of reasons, :D, so it did him good to have to admit it was really because he liked her, and gave Rose a self-confidence boost too! ;)
Another fantastic chapter. I can't wait for Lucious to show up and see what everyone does.
Author's Response: Lucius will make his presence known, I promise you that. :D
Very funny chapter. I love all of the cousins, and Hugo as well. Weasley family functions are always entertaining.
Author's Response: They're a lot of fun to write, but tricky, too, since all the cousins en masse can overwhelm. I had to remind myself that not everyone's seen the family tree. :D
I never thought they were a very good match either. I much prefer your take on George's love life. Also, I do believed you mentioned a while back that you would at somepoint write a Teddy/Victoire story. Is that still to come?
Author's Response: Thank you for saying that! I get lots of ideas (I'd still like to write a Kingsley/Mrs. Zabini fic, lol) but I can't always follow through, so we'll see!
Only a short review, because I want to find out what Malfoy's patronus is, so I'm going to read the next chapter at now.
Author's Response: Short or long, every review fits perfectly. :)
I love it! Ron acted exactly as I expected he would, and it was still hilarious. I can't wait to see what he has to say during the family discussion.
Author's Response: If Ron reacted any other way he wouldn't be Ron Weasley. I think you'll like the conversation!
We get to see Ron's reaction next chapter yes? I'm so excited for it. Hugo's reaction was funny enough. All of your characters are always so splendidly written.
Author's Response: Hugo definitely takes after his dad, doesn't he? And proud of it too!
Ooooh! So cute! I'm so excited to see Ron's reaction.
Author's Response: You'll have to wait a bit for Ron's reaction.
Wonderful as always. I think Albus and his girlfriend are hysterical. I can sort of picture Albus as almost exactly like Harry, but a bit more feather brained, and less self-conciousness.
Author's Response: Albus is what Harry might have been like if James and Lily had lived. He's smart but laid back and very self-confidant. He's not angst-boy, that's certain! ;)
Lovely chapter! I liked seeing the Creevey name in there, and knowing that Dennis was managing to cope with the death of his brother, and that he had become a household name. Good for him!
Author's Response: Jo said Dennis married Gabrielle, so he couldn't end up with a boring desk job. If a mean part of me smirks at the thought of Harry grimacing over Super Wizard comics...that's a bonus. :D
I liked that you had Filch's son at Hogwarts. I hope he's a main character, he seems quite amusing.
As for the earing, I pictured a rather dangly silver wire flower. However, while Malfoy may not have had to get all that close to get his hair tangled in it, he'd probably have to get closer to get it out.
Everyone except Rose and Scorpius is a secondary character, but you'll see Phineas again. ;)
Nice earring. I'm mentally adding it to her collection!
I never noticed the reference to Victor Hugo in the books before. That is quite clever! I love little random bits like that. And this chapter is wonderful as always.
Author's Response: I'm hoping Victor Hugo was Jo's inspiration, :D, and I heart you for liking the random bits!
Hello! It's been ages since I've read any fanfiction because of school and then summer jobs, but with the new movie out, I missed it, and I knew if I wanted to read a good new story I had to read one of yours. I'm very glad you're making a feature length about Rose and Malfoy. I'm very excited and I absolutely love it so far!
Author's Response: Work and school...and hopefully a social life crammed in there, too, :D. I'm glad the film made you miss fan fiction and thrilled you found the story!
as always, this update was thoughtful, delightful, and an extraordinary pleasure to read. i'll be sorry to see this story end, but look forward to reading more from you!!
Author's Response: You made my day saying that! It just so happens that I should have a Draco pov one shot posting soon... :D
Hey, It's been so long since I have reviewed on this one, anyway when are you going to publish the last chapter! And secondly way does it have to be the last one?
Author's Response: I'm glad you reviewed when you got the chance! :) I don't know when the last chapter will post (I have a Draco pov one shot that should publish first) but it has to be the last because the story arc's complete. Scorpius, who started willing to do anything to avoid confronting Lucius, has done exactly that.
I definitely don't think your writing is overly emotional or cliched. Hey, I'm the type of girl that calls it cheesy when a guy says he loves me, so I guess I'm hard to please. :)
Author's Response: Hey, somehow I missed this! Being hard to please can be an asset, especially when it comes to guys. :D Thank you for saying that!
I write romance too--not on mugglenet. i never have been able to get into the fanfic thing, other than reading it. So I do know the difference between romance and cheesiness. I will admit that i am sarcastic and cynical, so my view of cheesiness is different than others. i'm sorry, but i classify what you write as cheesy. in a GOOD way. I absolutely love your stories, cheesiness and all. it takes a really special author to get me to read that kind of stuff, and you're it. i wouldn't have read ALL of your stories if i didn't really like your writing.
Author's Response: I know what you mean about cheesy in a good way, that makes you smile. Like parmesan, it’s enjoyable and doesn’t stink. :D It’s just that cheesiness has such a negative connotation, I was taken aback. In dictionary terms cheesy means poor quality through being overdramatic, excessively emotional, or clichéd. A cheesy song, a cheesy movie. To me, cheesy romance is the flawlessly beautiful (and overly described) heroine falling for the dark, brooding man who rips her bodice, or the predictable story where the characters say lines like “your touch is worth 100,000 deaths” (which comes from a scene in Willow where Madmartigan spouts cheesy protestations of love due to pixie dust). I do my best with every story to develop characters that are fallible and real with deep emotions, and give them a plot that entertains and has a few surprises before the happy ending. If that’s serving cheese, I’ll make it pastry wrapped brie with raspberries. Nothing’s too good for readers. ;)
Aaaw. You are one of the only fanfic authors I have read that can pull off such cheesiness in a story and get away with it. GO KERICHI!
To go Inigo Montoya, this word you use. I do not think it means what you think it means. :D Cheesiness is "your eyes are amazing" and "Before you, my life was a moonless night" It's knowing what's going to happen every step of the way and perfect characters who don't struggle or grow and end the story unchanged from the way they began it. It's gooey and you either eat it up or it makes you slightly sick to your stomach.
I write romance. There's a difference. I pinky promise.
I'm totally in love with your story and I can't wait for the last chapter ^^
Author's Response: Aw, thank you for saying that! I wish it was already done, so I could submit it, but it isn't yet. :)
Um.. This might sound stupid but is Miley Siren a parody of Miley Cyrus?
Author's Response: You caught it! I hope it made you smile. I'll confess there's a Britney Sparkles reference too. :D I felt it showed Rose and Scorpius had something in common, a dislike for certain types of pop music, heh.