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Just for Tonight by Alcarcalime

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 23 Reviews
Summary: It was the summer, a month after their breakup, and Harry and Ginny were at the Burrow, acting upon their unspoken agreement of keeping up a pretense; both were thinking that the other was better off alone. But because of the otherís constant presence, their resolves were starting to crumble.
Reviewer: LaviAnderson Signed
Date: 12/14/16 Title: Chapter 1: one-shot

Eek !!! It gave me goosebumps . So good



Scrapbook by DaisyMaeEvans

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 21 Reviews
Summary: An anxious Molly looks over memories of Ron's Life.
Reviewer: LaviAnderson Signed
Date: 02/08/13 Title: Chapter 1: Scrapbook

This was such a cute story. I think you did a great job of getting Molly's emotions and her thoughts.



One And Only by xxbabewithbrainsxx

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary:

You’ll never know

If you never try

To forgive your past

And simply be mine

I dare you to let me be your

Your one and only*

After Tonks’s declaration of love to Remus in the hospital wing, can she win him over, or will his doubts get in the way?

*Lyrics of Adele’s One and Only.

Written for the Ravenclaw Drabble Exchange. My recipient was the lovely Alex/Ithinkrabis2people. I hope you like it :)


Reviewer: LaviAnderson Signed
Date: 01/05/17 Title: Chapter 1: One And Only

I love the dialogue in this story. It feels very natural and real. Well done on capturing the characters so perfectly too. Tonks and Remus walked straight from the cannon into your story. Thank you for a lovely read.



Wind's Nocturne by Acacia Carter

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 14 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: There is magic the likes of which humans can barely remember and seldom experience. There is, however, a handful of men privileged enough to experience a part of it: the Dryad's Consorts.

Written for the last third of Madame Alex's Character Triathalon!

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Many thanks to Maple for the beta; I couldn't see myself sending this one to anyone else.

Anything you recognise is JKR's. Anything you don't recognise is possibly mine, but probably JKR's.

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Wood-nymphs, more commonly known as Dryads, are first and last mentioned in the Potterverse by Fleur in Goblet of Fire. In Greek mythology, these cunning magical creatures are entirely female, and must capture and seduce human men in order to bear daughters and heirs to their forests. In other works of literature they are described as bold and highly territorial, with voracious, er, "appetite" for particular intimate activities. So, basically a shy Herbologist's every fantasy...


Reviewer: LaviAnderson Signed
Date: 02/05/13 Title: Chapter 1: Wind's Nocturne - One-Shot

Wow. I love the way you wrote the dryad Mel.



Nineteen Days Later by HalfASlug

Rated: Professors • 51 Reviews
Summary: It has been nineteen days since the war ended. For everyone involved, it's time to move on and rebuild but can they after everything that has happened?
Reviewer: LaviAnderson Signed
Date: 02/05/13 Title: Chapter 4: An Awkward Conversation

Hi, after I read your seven simple years, I just had to see what other stories you had written. I read through all of them, enjoyed all of them, but this story and in particular, this chapter about Hermione and her Dad just reverberated deep inside me. I am horrible at leaving reviews, but I needed to let you know how powerful this chapter was for me. It really hit it home for me, how Ron, Harry and Hermione are veterans of a bloody war and how deep those scars run. And yet, how strong the bonds of heart and friendship are. Harry and Ron taking turns to sleep on the floor in Hermione's room was brilliant. Thank you for an amazing story.

Author's Response: Thank you for reading and reviewing! I'm really happy to hear that you enjoyed my other fics! Don't worry about being a horrible review. There is no such thing - anything is appreciated. Yeah, after the war there is no doubt in my mind that they would have changed somehow after spending months with only each other so people who weren't even a part of the war have no chance of understanding. So yeah... thank you again for reviewing :)



Out of the Fire and Into the Cupboard by HalfASlug

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 16 Reviews
Summary: There's a reason that adults don't usually play hide and seek - especially when they are nothing more than overgrown children.
Reviewer: LaviAnderson Signed
Date: 11/27/16 Title: Chapter 1: oneshot

Loved it !!!! Made me laugh so much . Thank you for a wonderful story



Not Really Alone by Oregonian

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: A Christmas tale of a Diagon Alley shopkeeper, his junk shop of secondhand goods, his customers down on their luck, an old man who dies alone, an assistant who makes a difference, and an unexpected Christmas gift.

Nominated for the 2017 Quicksilver Quill Award, Best General Story


Reviewer: LaviAnderson Signed
Date: 12/20/16 Title: Chapter 1: Not Really Alone

That was very well written, and quite deep too. Thank you for a lovely story.

Author's Response: Thank you for this review, Lavi. I have not encountered your name before, but I see that you have been a member for several years. I'm glad that you are sticking around and continuing to read. :)