Reviewer: Nagini Riddle
Date: 06/24/12 23:37
Chapter: Chapter 1

A little postscript (if you don't mind): I love the song, Hallelujah!!!!!! My favorite version is by Rufus Wainwright, and I listen to it all the time!
Keep letting music inspire you, and keep writing!

Author's Response: Haha, yes, me too. :) Thanks again!

Reviewer: Nagini Riddle
Date: 06/24/12 23:34
Chapter: Chapter 1

Interesting! I loved how you broke apart the stories with parentheses, but the story itself- it made me so confused! Not in a bad way! I mean, has Charlie always been with Fleur (since the wedding)? If so, is it possible, then, that Victoire is Charlie's daughter and not Bill's? The thought makes me shudder!
Jealousy and revenge are not the answer! Children, please do not ever follow Charlie's example!!!!!!!!!!!!! *chuckles* ;)

Author's Response: Their interactions started at Bill and Fleur's wedding, but it's open to interpretation whether their relationship started then... all I describe in the story is them dancing together. Glad you liked the use of parentheses!

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