Well done king! You have a talent for writing, and I truly hope that you continue to use it! I found your story interesting and well developed, however I had a few qualms with your plot. Personally, I do not think that the love potion ordeal that you presented held water. I found it too far of a stretch that Ron would go to that length, and an even farther stretch that he would betray Harry to the Dark Lord. I cannot bring myself to believe that Ron would betray both his friends in such a manner, especially after everything that has happened in the series up to this point. Also you presented a version of Harry Potter that was a great deal darker than readers are used to. You wove a dark and sinister story that truly exposed to the reader what the Dark Lord and his followers might truly be capable of doing. I can only guess that your penname is reflective of Stephen King and his style of writing. Once again, congratulations on a job well done!
Author's Response: Hi Apollo9389! In my version of the story, Ron and Hermione know the awful truth. We were promised a R/Hr ship in the Interview of Doom so I had to work that in somehow. At the end of HBP Hermione was clearly in love with Harry and didn\'t hardly respect Ron. Since there is a history of love potion use, production and sales in the Weasley family, I thought Ron might not be so adverse to using it. Ron is motivated by love and the folks reading this review will have to read the whole story if they want to know if Ron really betrayed his friends. I didn\'t think of the idea of having Ron abandon Harry because he didn\'t get dinner and then turning into a Parcel-tongue speaking super wizard because he played with a flashlight. WARNING: This story is a H/Hr romance. It contains H/Hr romance.