Summary: Winner in the Best Mid-Length Story and Best Romance categories in Round One of the Most Potente Passions SSHG Awards.
It begins the summer after Seventh Year, when the war is raging on, with an unexpected moment of tenderness. What is this inexplicable feeling Hermione experiences? And how can she get Snape to discuss it with her, when all he wants to do is avoid her? Rating for last chapter, only.
This was such a lovely story! Thank you for writing it!!
p.s. the "Holiday Severus" stuff was just hilarious in the most perfect way. Laughed my head off.
Summary: For once in her life, Hermione is faced with a problem she does not know how to solve...
This chapter made me gasp and laugh and even hide under my covers a few times (I can be a very involved reader), and I am absolutely loving this story. As for whether or not it strays OOC, I don't know. Despite the fact that I am thoroughly devoted to the Hermione/Snape ship, I think a part of me feels like (very very sadly) any HG/SS action is kind of inherently OOC, and it's difficult to imagine Snape spluttering as much as he seems to be here. But it didn't bother me. And I think this is just lovely, and I can't wait to keep reading. Oh, and I'm sorry my comments will be entirely unhelpful, at the very least because you wrote this ages ago. Thank you for writing! -Kat
This is just such a lovely story.... I should be asleep, but instead I'm reading... I've been reading for a very long time.... I will be useless at work today and it is entirely your fault.
Hey, I totally agree with you!!! And I've loved reading this story, and I fully intend to get my butt over to ff.net to finish it right this second! If you ever want a beta who will refrain from editing content, but just proofread for you, please let me know. I'm not saying you NEED one, mind. But I always like a second pair of eyes when I write anything, and tend to get miffed when that pair of eyes decides to be a co-author. And, well, I'd be honored. So there's my selfish reason ;-) Anyway, thanks for writing! I love reading it so much :) -Kat