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Ron leaves. Ron returns. Ron saves me from Malfoy Manor. Ron and I descend together into the Chamber of Secrets. And, finally, Ron Weasley comes to understand S.P.E.W.
You've heard Harry's side of those stories -- but don't you want to hear my side?
Hermione's Point of View. Based on events in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
EDIT: This story, which was written almost a year ago, is undergoing a sort of Spring Cleaning. In other words, I am revising and resubmitting the chapters to take care of the things that now make me cringe. Rereads and new Reviews are welcome!
I like how until he shows up she doesn't say or think his name. Makes it seem like she was grieving.
Author's Response: Yeah, well, she kind of is half grieving, half bitter. Thanks for the review!
I think your end notes are pretty cute! I hope you get many fabulous reviews!
Author's Response: Haha, ok... that's not much of a review though! =S Haha, thanks anyway.
Very well written. I love all your descriptive words.
Author's Response: Thank you. Thank you. *bows* Haha.
I love the "consider yourself warned, Ronald."!!! Great line!
Author's Response: Thanks, I was pretty proud of myself for thinking of it actually. Haha. =D
I like the way you took what JKR wrote and added to it what Hermione was thinking and feeling. Are you adding more?
Author's Response: Thanks! Yeah there will be 3 more chapters to cover the other events in the summary. They might be even longer than this one. =)
I don't own Beauty and the Beast or Harry Potter.
Chapter 2 is here!
I like the way they share telling their sides of the story.
Author's Response: Cool, I'm glad you like it. It is a different style than most stories, but I enjoy it.
I love how you can FEEL how much they love each other - through their actions, and their retelling of the story. I love the moment when they realize that they can no longer live without each other. That, my dear, is love.
Author's Response: Oh, good! I did it right then!
Arthur Weasley has an obsession. He can’t keep it off his mind. It tinges every thought in his head and consumes his dreams. He can’t concentrate on anything else. His friends, the ones who haven’t given him up as a bad job, tell him he’s crazy and he knows they’re probably right. But that’s not even the worst part. Do you know what the worst part is?
She’s completely oblivious.
…And you thought it was Muggle Studies he was obsessed with.
Chapter 6: Quidditch and Kids is up!
I like the comeback.
Author's Response: Thanks. =D
Poor Arthur! Does he ever win?
PS. I think you should write more about Hagrid. I love him!
Author's Response: Poor Arthur indeed! Just wait until you read the next chapter... Mwahahaha. And I'm glad you liked Hagrid. We'll see if he comes in again.
Oh, poor Arthur. You can feel his pain in the last few paragraphys of the chapter.
Author's Response: I feel sorry for him too, but I'm glad you can feel his pain too.
Okay, so is Dirk going to tell her? I'm curious!
Author's Response: Haha, you'll see!
Ah yes! A spark of hope! I love it! PS. Do I equal awesome?
Author's Response: Thanks. And yeah, you equal awesome. =)
What made Hermione ask out a boy who "makes Grawp look a gentleman"?
Author's Response: Shortest. Review. You've. Ever. Given. =P Thanks, dear.
This is my poetic representation of her thoughts throughout the year.
I like it!
Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad you do.
This story was inspired by something Neville said in passing. “…And then Michael Corner went and got caught releasing a first year they’d [the Carrows] chained up, and they tortured him pretty badly…”
This is the untold tale of an unsung hero: Michael Corner.
Are you going to do any more? I thought for sure he was caught with Filch. I liked the surpise of him not turning him in but then being caught anyway in the end.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review, and no, I don't think I'll be doing any more of this story. It was meant to be a one-shot. I decided that Filch couldn't be entirely heartless, but Michael was doomed to be caught from the start...
Awesome! (You can't tell that you labored over it.)
Author's Response: Haha, thanks. And, yeah, I can tell how much time and effort went into that amazing review.
Just a fun little one-shot, dedicated to Lori (WeasleyMom), the Queen of all things Romione.
Such a cute story!
Author's Response: Thank yoooou!
This is hogwartsbookworm of Hufflepuff writing for the 2011 Mysterious May Challenge in the Great Hall, Prompt #2.
The title is a rewording of a quote from Shakespeare's Merchant of Vencie.
Makes me want to read more! Get to writing!!
Author's Response: So much to write, so, SO little time. *sigh* Thanks, hun. ;)
Super awesome! I love the way it flows.
Author's Response: *snortgiggle* That's quite the compliment. xD Thanks!
There's something Lily's been waiting to hear since Harry said his first word.
Written in anticipation for Deathly Hallows, part two.
Nominated for the 2011 Best Dark/Angsty QSQ. Thank you, Maple!
Oh. My. Gosh! My new favorite story! I absolutely loved it. As a mom I can say that you got Lilly right on! Great job! Brava!!
Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad I got it right. =D