Summary: Lily Evans remained shadowed and distant from the world she loved so dearly. Control was Michael's weakness; temptation hers. Yet, when James Potter enters her life, without so much as a warning or brief hesitation, Lily finds truth. For James Potter refused to give up on her.
Poor Lily. This happens so often to girls her age. Thanks for making this story so real.
Author's Response: I really wanted to write something that actually meant something and well, this story I feel sort of connects the real world to Harry Potter.
Fantastic job! I can't wait for more...
Author's Response: Thanks for the review :D
Your chapter titles are very deep. Great job so far!
Author's Response: Aw, thanks! It\'s hard coming up with chapter titles, actually.
Summary: The Quidditch field after nightfall is the perfect place to share a talk... among other things.
Aww...that was sweet! Gotta love It's a Wonderful Life.
Summary: James Potter has always loved Lily since the moment he laid eyes on her--everyone knows that. But so has someone else--something not everyone is aware of. What happens when James gives up and Lily gives in? What happens to that someone else?
"Sorry Potter". Love it! More more more
Author's Response: More will hopefully be up soon! Thanks for your review and I\'m truly glad you enjoyed the chapter!
Summary: While watching a Quidditch match in her sixth year, Lily Evans gets a glimpse of James Potter's better side.
That was great! Loved it.
Summary: No one is born a killer. This is the story of the night Lucius Malfoy became one.
I just read three chapters of your story...THEY WERE AMAZING. I was really impressed by the way everything was said and written. FANTASTIC job. I've always wanted to read a story about Lucius. Thanks for the great read!
Author's Response: Thank you so much. I\'m glad that you enjoyed my story. I enjoy writing about Lucius, it\'s fun to try to get inside his head. Thanks for the review!
Summary: Lily has a secret. Afraid of her secret being revealed, she locks herself away behind a mask of perfection. What will it take for her to realise no-one is perfect?
I thought it was great! Not cliche, cheesy, or unrealistic. This was really well-written. I'm sure a lot of people can relate to trying to be absolutely perfect. Awesome job!
Author's Response: thanks!
Summary: A father tells his young son a familar story. A story that has become the boy's favorite. It is the story of the Dark Lord and the evil Harry Potter.
OMG that was truly genius
Author's Response: *takes bow* Thank you, Thank you.
Seriously, thank you for the review. It\'s always nice to hear that someone likes my work. :D
Summary: Lily is waiting at home for James and Sirius. She spends some quality time with her son while thinking about the future she hopes to have with him.
aww...that was sweet! and funny at some parts.
Author's Response: Thank you. I\'m glad you liked it and thanks for the review.
Summary: It’s over.
It’s finally over.
The War that ripped so many families apart.
Author's Response: Thx!
Summary: A poem depicting James' thoughts on the fateful night of Halloween 1981...and beyond. Written prior to Deathly Hallows.
Amazing! I've never read anything like it. Loved the end part!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! : ) I\'m really glad you liked it! : )
Summary: The Dursleys have left Privet Drive and are in hiding with Hestia Jones and Dedalus Diggle. Hestia and Mr. Dursley are constantly fighting, Petunia is avoiding the wizards at all costs, and Dedalus is trying to make them all the best of friends. Meanwhile, Dudley discovers he has an interest in Harry's world, but his parents are less than pleased when they find out.
“I think these stories about the Death Eaters are a load of tosh! It sounds like a comic book story to me!”
Haha, great job!!!
Author's Response: Thanks :)
Summary: It is late Christmas Eve and Harry is in all kinds of trouble. He has the worst possible person mad at him, and no it isn't Voldemort this time. Fortunately, someone still loves Ginny's pies.
Author's Response: Thank you. I appreciate your reading it. Eric B.