Summary: Theresa McGonagall returns from twelve years of self-imposed exile to find that nothing has changed: the Ministry still suspects her, Minerva still blames her, and Severus still wants more than she’s willing to give. Then Sirius Black breaks out of Azkaban, and even the Boy Who Lived may not be able to rescue her from the mistakes of her past.
This is the story of Prisoner of Azkaban with only one character added. Packed with action, drama, and a touch of humor, this story is for fans of Sirius Black and Severus Snape.
Hello! I've just found this story and I wanted to say that I really like it :-) You're doing a really good job with it. Just one very tiny thing that I noticed in this chapter was this bit:
"Muggle village of Dovetown"
The village that they say Sirius is sighted in in the movie is a real place called 'Dufftown' which is about an hour away from where I live. I don't know if you deliberately made up 'Dovetown' or if it was suppose to be 'Dufftown' as per the movie so thought I would mention it. I suppose I only noticed it because I live so close to Dufftown LOL :-)
Keep up the good work and I look forward to seeing the rest :-)
Author's Response: Lol. My American ears thought she said \"Dovetown\" in the movie. Thanks for the tip; I\'ll go fix it now. :)
Summary: It’s coming, believe it or not. The Ministry doesn’t believe it, but who will then? It’s infuriating to know you’re invisible to society, but then there’s something exhilarating, entrancing about it. It’s dancing the devilish dance: provocative, teasing- leaving the viewers wanting more, or better yet, it’s like having an addiction.
An addiction with a purpose to be more precise… oh, and the occasional bite. Who are we then? We’re the out casted of the outcasts within a secluded society that further alienates us and leaves us utterly alone, but we’ve finally found each other so we’re not as alone. Things can change in an instance, though, and they already have. I have to confess: I’m scared, but I’ve already started to dance so I must keep dancing.
And besides, I don’t want the vampire or werewolf communities seizing control of the Ministry because I’ve already seen what they’ve done.
Hey Jess! I liked this chapter a lot - well done :-) This has also provided a nice litte tea break for me whilst studying. Ah, I fear I may end up falling for Dante as much as Darcia appears to be doing.
Seriously though, it was very well written - both of them knowing what they should do and nearly doing it only to stop at the last second. I think you explain both of their thoughts and feelings very well *pat on back*
Can't wait for chapter three :-) xXx
Author's Response: I DIDN\'T EVEN KNOW THIS WAS UP! haha, I just checked, and BAM! another review.xD Aww.:3 I smell love in the air! Thank you so much Ruth.:D Chapter Three is going to be on a delay since my beta hasn\'t given me the edited version back yet! Ohno!
I really like this first chapter and I can't wait to read the rest.
Dante seems very good looking (at least in my head!) and I want to know why he was drowning his sorrows even more than Dacia was. She seems like a very interesting character too - kind of like Remus in the way she thinks of herself but she's different in that she has even more of an idea of what she's lost due to the change coming so much later in her life and that fact seems to torture her to a much greater extent.
All in all, well done love and keep up the good work :-)
Author's Response: Bahah, Dante is good-looking; good job picking that out! XD And wow, you spotted out everything, didn\'t you?o.o You\'ll definitely know next chapter why Dante is like that. Yeah, she\'s like Remus, but let\'s hope she doesn\'t abandon her child, eh? (If she has a child...) bahha. Oh, questions, and thanks for the review, it was supersuper sweet.(:
Summary: But werewolves turn into vampires after death, after all, monsters are monsters, and inversely, hybrids can be formed, and this is the result. It cannot be described in a conventional manner for it shouldn’t be described in such vulgar terms, but he is here now- forever. Casted aside from the Wizarding world, he is stuck in a fluctuating state of uncertainty, but he’s ready to declare himself- to you.
*Written for Schmergo's Silly Summaries
Jess - I had no idea you were writing this. It is brilliant - absolutely brilliant. So poignant and I loved the last line. I have nothing else to say :) just well done and I really like it.
Author's Response: Thanks Ruth. : D