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Lack of Heat Equals Cold by Queen of Serpents

"Draco...why are we doing this?"
"Because I like it, Granger. Don't you?"

She said yes that time. That time, things were actually happy between them. She was what brought him warmth, but when she left, there was nothing that remained but the bitter cold.

One-Shot (for now)

Reviewer: missbja Signed
Date: 02/23/08 Title: Chapter 1: Lack of Heat Equals Cold

I loved this! I owuld love to know if she was so unhappy as him. And I wonder why she dated him in the first place if she was lying to herself.

silly silly girl.

Five Hints by SimplyMe

Rated: 1st-2nd Years •
Summary: Embark on this journey if you want to find what you heart desire. Five steps will lead you to your reward. This is the first one.

In this room full of knowledge

Find the one in the many

Telling you how to brew me

I need a hair or a toenail to be complete

Then you may be whoever you please

Ron looked puzzled. A journey to find what is heart really wants? What's this rubbish?

Reviewer: missbja Signed
Date: 08/30/07 Title: Chapter 2: The Last One

This was so cute!!! ^_^

I really wanted to know what happened next (it isn't difficult through the "dots so close together" clue). But I guess the imagination is flowing in my head and birds are singing *blushes*

Great story! :D

Author's Response: That way you can imagine the end the way you prefer... holding hands? Kisses? accidental bumb against one another? Have it your way, but have fun with it. Thanks for the review!

As the Ink Dries by SimplyMe

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: Hermione died in the Horcruxes crusade. One year later, Voldemort was finally destroyed and Ron returned home, exhausted. His room was exactly the same as he left it. But awaiting him on his desk was a small pile of letters with a short note on top.

Mr. Weasley, we found those letters addressed to you in Hermione’s belongings. It was only fair they were returned to you. Signed, Mr. and Mrs. Granger.
Reviewer: missbja Signed
Date: 08/30/07 Title: Chapter 6: P.S.

Probably I'm just one more of thousands of reviewers. But I don't care.
Your story touched me in a way I never felt before. Fortunately for me I've got a person that loves me and holds me in a way I've never imagined before. Reading your story made me think about what would be to lose that someone.
Don't go think it's a bad thing, 'cause it's not. Sometimes you don't give the true value to people in your life, and never say the things you really want to. The last chapter was the only one were a small tear dropped from the corner of my eye. I couldn't help it. I sense that you feel the same way as me, that Hermione didn't need to Ron to tell her (in her grave) that final PS. She knew it, didn't she? Of course.
Sorry to take your story so seriously, but I must admit that this is the best story I've ever read in my life (and I've been in the ff world about two years). You've captured Ron's emotions in a way i can't even describe.

I know I'm just one more reviewer, one more person who enjoyed your story. But remember that I'm too, a person you touch the heart.

Thank you very much for writing this story.

Author's Response: This may sound cheesy, but you are not \'just another reviewer\'. To me, all reviews, and reviewers, are important and meaninnful. They are a great motivation to keep writing and it\'s always a wonderful thing to read that some people liked your work, especially when you put so much effort into it. This story is really simple in a way and the general idea is nothing new, but I still needed a lot of time, rewrote chapters completely up to seven times, negociated with betas, and thought about the plot for a considerate amount of time. So, no, you\'re not just \'another reviewer\'. I would not take the time to reply to everybody if they didn\'t mean a thing to me. I appreciated your review very much and I\'m glad to read that it made you realise the importance to appreciate the important people around us while they\'re still here. I wasn\'t intending to put a moral in the story but I wanted people to be able to relate to the plot and the characters. I wanted it to be realistic enough that readers would be able to understand what was going on, even the many unsaid things. You are also right about that; Hermione didn\'t need to head the P.S. She knew, and I believe she had for a long time. It was hinted in one of the letters. And she knew Ron enough as to not expect it said so bluntly. His actions always spoke better that his words. Well, I could go on and on, but I\'m not even sure if you\'ll read this reply... But I still thank you very very much for this review. It meant a lot to me.

Believe Me by volition112

Rated: Professors •
Summary: [AU] [PRE - HBP] Lucius Malfoy is in Azkaban, and now, released from the binding fate in which his hateful father had him, Draco is free. His life is turned upside down as he moves into Grimmauld Place for the summer. How will Harry and Co. deal with this disruption in their lives? Better yet, how will Draco handle living amongst the people he was born to hate? Will this new found freedom help him to become his own person, or only bring him closer to the doomed life he was meant to lead?
Reviewer: missbja Signed
Date: 12/14/07 Title: Chapter 4: A Chat with Hermione

OMG please continue because I'm so hot just imaginig Draco in a towel and all wet.... xD

But I'm really enjoying the story