Reviewer: Oregonian
Date: 04/19/13 3:57
Chapter: A Primrose in Bloom

This is a fun little story, even though it ends on a more serious note, and Primrose is a refreshingly charming and down-to-earth character. She must have had a good home life, since she sounds so well-adjusted. And I like the little touch of her translating the runes on recently acquired treasures; it sounds like something that I would enjoy doing!

I enjoy seeing the creation of original characters that are linked to established characters like Bill and Fleur,and it's a treat to get a glimpse of Bill and Fleur in their Gringotts milieu at the beginning of their relationship. And although it looks as if there's no romance for Primrose in this little episode, despite her imaginative daydreams, one need not worry for her; she's a great girl, and some wizard (other than Basil) will see that soon enough.

This piece is well-written, with a light, deft touch. I'm not sure what the last line refers to ("something good could come of this news"), but it is just like Primrose to be optimistic, even in the face of You-Know-Who's return.

Thanks for writing.

Reviewer: Snidgetgirl
Date: 03/18/12 13:09
Chapter: A Primrose in Bloom

YES!! First review! I don't know why you don't have more reviews, because you can write! I loved Primrose, her characterization, and especially her name. The whole story is very well written, and I can't wait to see what else you may write!

*hugs
Cailee

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