Very nice. I do appreciate finding stories that are short and sweet.
Adding Snape's son to the family mix, makes it a refreshing take on new generation stories.
It was nice having it start with Liam at 21. It was an interesting way to go about telling the story. I think most people probably would've gone about telling 20 chapter fic (or longer) taking the reader through Liam's entire childhood. This achieved the same effect in a fraction of the length. You have definitely proved that it can be beneficial to let the reader's imagination fill in the gaps. It reminds me a lot of how Rowling handled the epilogue, merely hinting at the family dynamics and the friendships that have formed without going over board in explanation.
I loved the blurb about Ron (I wonder if stories about Ron's driving skills and having to confound people occur at every Kings Cross meeting)
You handled this idea masterfully, it was a great story.
Thank you, again! I can't believe that I missed this review.
I'm glad that you appreciate the short and sweet. Some stories are better off that way. It's frustrating for me to explain to readers who beg for more that a story will never be more than how it came to me.
I'm so glad that you enjoyed this.
A sweet twist on what could potentially be a very serious subject matter!
Author's Response: Thank you for the review. I appreciate that you "got" the premise of my story.
At first i was iffy about it because you added Liam with the potter family but i found it a really good read in the end because you incorporated Liam into the family. Cant wait to see the next chapter!
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. This is a one shot, but I'm working on companion piece that should develop the family relationship a bit more.
I loved it! I wish there was more!
Author's Response: Thanks so much for the review. I'm working on two other stories (a one shot and and one that's longer) that take place in this universe, but it may be a little while before they are ready to be posted.