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I have just posted my first chaptered story! If you are a Severus/Hermione fan please go read my latest addition, Reluctant Candles. It was just validated and I am so excited about it! I also have a few poems and two one shots, which I am rather proud of. If you read, please review. The Muse loves the attention!

Broken Friendships was the featured story of the week and has been nominated in the Quicksilver Quill Awards for Best History/Mystery!

Fate has also been nominated in the Quicksilver Quill Awards for Best Poem!

Thanks everyone!
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Elysium by Noldo
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 11]

Summary: In death, Sirius finds memories, and meetings, and closure.

Mild language.

Categories: General Fics Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 2170 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
03/31/06 Updated: 04/06/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 05/17/06 Title: Chapter 1: Elysium

This was a good story. It reminded me of Mitch Albom's Five People you Meet in Heaven. I haven't read that book, but it is the same concept. This man goes throughout Heaven meeting people from his past and trying to make sense of his life. The beginning was a little too dense for me. I kinda felt like I was back in high school trying to make sense of some epic poem. Once I got to Regulus though, everything went much faster and better. This really was a very good story. I love how you saved James for last. You did a good job on this. I thoroughly enjoyed it and the quotes from the Thomas poem really enhanced the story.

 

Hope by nerd2006
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 18]

Summary: Ron and Hermione visit a damaged Harry in St. Mungo's six years after the final battle. Hermione's point-of-view.

Categories: Post-Hogwarts Genre: Warnings: Mental Disorders

Word count: 1312 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
04/04/06 Updated: 04/04/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 05/17/06 Title: Chapter 1: Hope

This story is really great. I might be a dope, but it made tears come to my eyes when Harry and Hermoine hugged so fiercely. Great job! At first I wasn't sure about the beginning. I was wondering if it was going to be purely fluff, but you did a very good job of keeping me reading until the end. The conclusion was good. I like how you had Katie Bell as his Healer. It didn't click at all until Ron called her Katie. A very good job!

Author's Response: Thank you! I\'m glad you enjoyed it.

 

Summary: The Final Battle is one year past and on the eve of the one year anniversary there is much to be noted. The sacrifices made, the lives lost, the futures changed. And there, if you look, two lives, so intertwined, so connected for so long that are about to collide.



Please note: All warnings do not apply to all chapters, but I would hate to get someone involved and then turned away. This is a Dark Work. You have been warned.

Categories: Hermione/Snape Genre: Warnings: Abuse, Dubious Consent, Non-Consensual Sex, Sexual Situations, Violence

Word count: 18041 Chapters: 11 Completed: Yes
Published:
04/17/06 Updated: 07/13/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 06/05/06 Title: Chapter 9: Nature's Understanding

Aw, now thats just a mean ending. I like this new take on Severus and Hermoine. I was so afraid he was going to rape her in the beginning. I didn't know how they would get together after that. You've done a good job in showing us the softer side of Severus. He really has to be careful with what he says and does. Even though its been a year, the memories come back, even when you think you are ready. Often times women will have a safe word for their partners or they set certain guidelines and rules, such as no pinning of the arms, nothing that makes her feel trapped. You've done a good job on a subject that can be sensitive and difficult. I can't wait for the next chapter!

Author's Response: Thank you so much! And you\'ll forgive me for that ending when you read the next chapter. Promise.

 
Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 06/30/06 Title: Chapter 10: Nature's Cure

Very well done! It was sensual and sexual and very tasteful! I was waiting on this chapter and you lived up to everything I have come to expect from your previous chapters. I can't wait to see where you take this story next. Great job!

Author's Response: Well...you can\'t say I didn\'t try. Lol. Glad you enjoyed it, finally. One chapter left...

 

Green Is the Color of Rage by MoonysMistress
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 5]

Summary: Watch how James Potter's relationship with Lily Evans changes when he employs a little bit of maturity. Response from Moony of Ravenclaw to Poem Challenge #2: "Rebirth, the phoenix dies and is reborn again. Isn't it amazing how beauty can blossom from something that begins so ugly."

Categories: Poetry Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 185 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
04/19/06 Updated: 04/20/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 04/25/06 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Good job! I really like this poem and how it is told from James' POV and how he sees that he needs to grow up. One thing though, instead of breaking the rhythm of the poem to tell the reader it is five months later, include that in a stanza. Having the last two stanza's broken away from the rest of the poem detracted from the emotion that was being conveyed. Good job and good luck!

Author's Response: Good point about the stanza! I never saw it like that. To tell the truth, I hate rhyming poetry, and I was trying to finish it as fast as possible. *hangs head* I\'ll try to improve that, though. Thanks for the advice and the review!

 

Colors by Orm Irian
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 19]

Summary: HG/SS romance—a bit dark. Addiction is a frightening thing, but it doesn’t have to be lonely…

Categories: Hermione/Snape Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 3459 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
04/21/06 Updated: 04/24/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 05/16/06 Title: Chapter 1: one shot

Wow. That was the only thing that went through my head as I finished reading this story. I love the idea of a magical bond between Severus and Hermoine. I seem to be finding a lot of good Severus/Hermoine fics. This really was very good. I would have liked to see how Harry and Ron reacted to their best friend's disappearance though. I understand this was a one shot that dealt with Severus and Hermoine, but it would have been an interesting part of the story. Great job!

Author's Response: Glad you liked it. I may do a companion piece to this at some point to fill in some of the blanks. If you like this, perhaps you would enjoy my work in progress \"Shades\" over at Ashwinder, (Where there are a lot of good HG/SS fics). Thank you for taking the time to review.

 

A Slip of the Tongue by Ginny_W
Rated: Professors [Reviews - 355]

Summary: Ron wonders why he and Hermione have yet to start a romantic relationship and he takes drastic measures to find out.

Categories: Hermione/Snape Genre: Warnings: Sexual Situations

Word count: 40886 Chapters: 11 Completed: No
Published:
05/16/06 Updated: 04/10/07


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 05/29/06 Title: Chapter 4: Truth and Consequences

Minerva has the worst timing in the entire world! This is very well written. The relationship is moving a bit too fast, but it could just be me. We'll see over the next few chapters. Hope you update soon!

Author's Response: Yes, Minerva has terrible timing. As far as the relationship is concerned, I don\'t think that you\'ll believe it\'s too quick as this goes on. I\'m really not one for quick romances. More soon. Thanks! ~Ginny

 

Mistakes by Pearle
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 121]

Summary: St Mungo’s is a very busy place. And mistakes do happen. Try explaining that to Severus and Hermione.

Categories: Humor Fics Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 1546 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
06/02/06 Updated: 06/04/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 06/09/06 Title: Chapter 1: Mistakes

The end of this story was brilliant! I could picture the entire thing in my mind. Quads is so over the top that Severus would completely freak out. Good job. I did think Severus was a bit OOC. His attitude was there, just too mellowed for me. I do think Hermoine and marriage would mellow him, but he just seemed too tame for me. I don't really know what makes me say that, its just a feeling I have while reading your story. I loved how you took the normal and sometimes over used things (such as the open gown) and made them funny again. Really, a very good job!

 
Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 06/09/06 Title: Chapter 1: Mistakes

The end of this story was brilliant! I could picture the entire thing in my mind. Quads is so over the top that Severus would completely freak out. Good job. I did think Severus was a bit OOC. His attitude was there, just too mellowed for me. I do think Hermoine and marriage would mellow him, but he just seemed too tame for me. I don't really know what makes me say that, its just a feeling I have while reading your story. I loved how you took the normal and sometimes over used things (such as the open gown) and made them funny again. Really, a very good job! Severus and Hermoine are my favorite OTP, and you did a good job.

 

Chocolate Kisses by wandaXmaximoff
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 24]

Summary: A Harry/Ginny one-shot. When Harry and Ginny’s 15 year-old daughter comes asking for relationship advice from her mother, Ginny fondly remembers her and her husband's first kiss.

Categories: Harry/Ginny Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 2000 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
06/02/06 Updated: 06/09/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 06/18/06 Title: Chapter 1: Chocolate Kisses

This was really excellent! I could feel the emotion of a first kiss. How exciting and scary it is. I love the idea of this memory coming out as Ginny gives advice to her daughter. A really great idea! One thing that stuck out to me was the fact that Heather didn't know Harry owned anything from Dumbledore. I think that the children would know a lot, especially after starting Hogwarts. The ending also seemed a bit abrupt. I think it would have been nice to seeing mother and daughter continue to talk and reminisce. I really enjoyed this story! It is going in my favorites. You did a great job! Mom-Ginny is exactly how I would picture her being.

Author's Response: Thank your for your comments, I\'m glad you liked it. I never concidered the idea that the children would know about Harry/Dumbledore\'s relationship, my bad, maybe it\'s something I should have thought about more. I\'m pleased you like Mom-Ginny though.

 

Questioning Fate by Lainie xox
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 15]

Summary: The eve of Won-Won’s “coming-of-age” birthday, Hermione questions her diminishing hopes of rekindling a friendship between Ron and herself. In her meticulously neat, slanted cursive, she fluently inscribes her ulterior emotions and thoughts into her diary as she looks on Ron’s love life. One-shot.

Categories: Ron/Hermione Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 2326 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
07/17/06 Updated: 07/24/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 07/29/06 Title: Chapter 1: Questioning Fate

I really enjoyed seeing how Hermione kind of worked through things when it came to Ron and Lavender. It was a very interesting character analysis, I think. While you did a good job capturing Hermione and how she thinks, her diary seemed more like she was writing a report. Even though she is a very analytical girl and thinks things out to the point of being painful, I don't see her writing in her diary that way. A girls diary is her most treasured posession. It is like another girlfriend you can spill everything to. Poor Hermione doesn't have any real girlfriends, so her diary would receive all of the gushing and anguish that she never shows others. I really think there is a more girly side to Hermione, apart from the analytical side and I would have loved to see that Hermione come through in this one shot. It was really well done and I loved the idea of the contract. The last entry is how I would think Hermione would write in her journal. It is still mature, but she is expressing her feelings, not facts. Great job!

Author's Response: You have a very very good point, and I did consider having Hermione \"come out with her girly side\" and whatnot but at the same time I didn\'t want her to sound like other typical girls like Lavender - worrying about her looks and things like that isn\'t like her. I really picture Hermione writing essay-like diary entries for some reason, though maybe not *all of them* as serious as this one was. For this fic, I wanted to put her through denial of her and Ron\'s fate, and for that I needed Hermione to try and convince herself that things weren\'t going to work out between them. Sometimes I find myself doing simular things in my life, so Ithought Hermione could be like that too. Thank you very much for your opinion and I\'m really glad you enjoyed reading it. The review was really helpful.

 

A Golden Ribbon by Periwinkle
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 40]

Summary: It's eight days until Hermione leaves Hogwarts and she is faced with a difficult situation to make that has nothing to do with her graduation. Seeking the Astronomy Tower for its isolated comfort, she finds none of it when he chooses to pay her a visit.

Will she let him go, or will she stay?

Categories: Hermione/Snape Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 1893 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
07/18/06 Updated: 07/26/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 07/28/06 Title: Chapter 1: One Shot

Anna, thats just not fair! Awww, man! It was all so perfect and then stupid Hermione being all sensible. Wonderful story my dear. I am so glad someone wrote Liz a Sev/Hermione for her birthday as I didn't get around to it myself. *ashamed* It was absolutely beautiful. I loved the detail and lack thereof. Severus did seem a bit soft to me at times, but sometimes even he can't help but show his sensitive side. Wonderful! I can't say it enough.

Author's Response: Yay for double review!

 
Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 07/28/06 Title: Chapter 1: One Shot

Anna, thats just not fair! Awww, man! It was all so perfect and then stupid Hermione being all sensible. Wonderful story my dear. I am so glad someone wrote Liz a Sev/Hermione for her birthday as I didn't get around to it myself. *ashamed* It was absolutely beautiful. I loved the detail and lack thereof. Severus did seem a bit soft to me at times, but sometimes even he can't help but show his sensitive side. Wonderful! I can't say it enough.

Author's Response: *huggles* Thank you, love! This means so so so much to me! Both of you have given me such lovely reviews, I\'m grinning like a maniac right now. Yes, Hermione spoiled it all. But that\'s just her -- always carrying around a sense of propriety. Poor Severus! I\'ve always had some trouble writing Snape, so I hope he didn\'t come off *too* badly!! *huggles*

 

The Portrait Painter by coppercurls
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 22]

Summary: It is England in the early 1800's, Bonapart is reigning in France and tensions between the two countries are running high. Phillip must face the secrets of his past while still surviving in the present. It takes the portrait of a remarkable girl to teach him that he can find trust in a world gone mad.



Winner of the June/July monthly challenge, #1: autobiography, and overall winner. By coppercurls of Hufflepuff house.

Categories: Historical Genre: Warnings: Violence

Word count: 8689 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
07/26/06 Updated: 07/28/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 08/09/06 Title: Chapter 1: The Portrait Painter

Kristin, this story was wonderful. I love the fact that Helen was Helga Hufflepuff's neice. It took me a minute to figure that out after Helen said she would have to name her daughter Helga. It was a lovely touch!


It was a little slow in the middle, but you kept me reading, which is good. I was expecting a little more for Phillip's secret I think. I had figured he was a frenchman who had been touched by their Revolutionary War in a personal way. That part wasn't hard to riddle out from Martine and Maman.


The characterization of Phillip was fantastic though. With every line I learned something new about him and it all fit beautifully together. The ending was the best part to me though. The way you conveyed the unexpressed loved Phillip had for Helen in only three words was heart warming and heart breaking at the same time. The best line was in the last letter when Phillip says that he thinks Helen would like to go to Hogwarts at last. This story was touching and moving and very well written. Fantastic job, my dear!

Author's Response: Thanks. Helen was not Helga\'s niece though, she was a much later decendant. Hogwarts was founded several hundred years before my story. I think to understand Phillip\'s secret, you have to understand the general dislike and fear at the time which I tried to show. It would have been similar to the animosity felt in America after September eleventh, except the French and British have hated eachother for years. To get ahead in life, you did not want to be French. I\'m really glad you liked it, particularly the ending. Thanks again!

 

Memories of a Man by EccaDaisy
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 18]

Summary: "Six moments in time, they are all different but they all remind me of one man."

Told from Hermione's point of view, 6, 100 word peices that all lead back to Severus Snape. Please Read and Review.

Categories: Hermione/Snape Genre: Warnings: Alternate Universe, Character Death

Word count: 806 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
07/27/06 Updated: 08/03/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 08/04/06 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Oh my. I have tears in my eyes. You did a great job of conveying the emotion Hermione felt at the loss of her husband, even ten years later. For me the sentence structure was a little odd, but I see what you were trying to do. It had an ethereal feeling the entire time, which didn't quite work, but the emotion you conveyed was stronger than the awkardness of the sentences. That is a compliment, I promise!


That last paragraph is just beautiful. I love how you start it out the same way you began the first one. Its wonderful. Though I am curious to know why Hermione died so young. She hasn't even hit middle age for a witch.

"Your 57 year old self is there, you're finally at peace." I love this sentence. I can see the warm smile crossing Hermione's lips as she realizes that she will never have to spend another day without her beloved. You did a wonderful job!

Author's Response: Thank you very much. The emotion was a very hard part to portray in such a fierce and strong way. But i tink, well i hope that i have captured true love in Hermiones\' eyes. As to the sentence structure, while some of it was intentional, others not quiet, i spose in the end it came down to reaching my own goal of 100 word moments. I toyed with alot of different ends, but this is the one i liked most. In my mind, i can see Snape making comments to Hermione about letting him go and getting on with her life, but Hermione deals with it as all true Grriffindors do , by wearing her heart on her sleeve. As for Hermiones\' age, i considered her living to the ripe only age of 170+ but in the end i think that even the current 17 year old Hermione realizes that her time on this earth is perhaps limited. My Hermione spent over 30 years devoted to one man, both in life and death and i think its only wherever Severus is that Hermione is tryuly at peace, well thats what my romantic side is telling me.lol. On the other hand, when we think about Hermiones\' heritage, her muggle background, our average lifespan is around 80. Although it is quiet plausible that her magic will extend her life, i lke to think that our love is directly linked to our health (again my romantic side) and that Hermione\'s feelings are so deep that its not that she cant live to be an old and dodery McGonnagall like woman, its that she dosent want to, her kids a fine and healthy, they have someone to turn to and its finally Hermiones turn to return to her someone. I hope that makes some sense, if not, well what can i say... Once again thank-you for your comments, Regards, Ecca

 

If You Walk Out of that Door by qwerty83
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 31]

Summary: ----



She shouts.... He storms off.... He realises it's a mistake and returns - will she still be waiting for him?

Categories: Hermione/Snape Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 1360 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
08/04/06 Updated: 08/14/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 08/14/06 Title: Chapter 1: If You Walk Out of that Door

This was really well done. You managed to give us an entire backstory in a short one-shot. That is hard to do and you did it beautifully. There is one plot point that I'm a little confused on. At the beginning of the story you say they are on the top of a bell tower. I am assuming that the tower only has one way up it. Most towers are too narrow to allow for two staircases. Severus was on the stairway when he was realizing how much he loved her, so we knew that Hermione didn't go down the stairs. I am also assuming that they are at Hogwarts, so we know that Hermione couldn't Apparate off the tower. So, my question is, where did Hermione go?


I absolutely loved the idea of Hermione forcing Severus to allow her to look at the Dark Mark on his forearm. That was a great idea and wonderfully written. Its one of those things that you read in someone elses story and say to yourself, 'now why didn't I think of that?' I must also commend you for keeping Severus mostly IC. There were a few lines that I was iffy on, but the emotions were perfect for him. You did a very good job on this story and while I hate the ending I love it at the same time! It makes your story different and very angsty and it's great! Good job!

Author's Response: You\'re so so kind! I\'m really thrilled that you liked it =) I actually started this story to give me a breather from \'Peppermint\', another HermioneSeverus fic that I was in the middle of writing at the time. I still haven\'t finished it...but I\'ve completed and posted 6 other stories (mostly HarryDraco) in the meantime! I should really return to Peppermint at some point. Thanks so much for your \'Where on earth did Hermione go?!\' comment. You know, to be completely honest, I had no idea whatsoever!! So I took the liberty of owling the lady in question and she had a very interesting explanation. Apparently, right after Severus left, she walked to the window to spend a few moments contemplating the situation, when Buckbeak flew right past! I mean, what are the chances of that?? So she told him everything that had just happened (it turns out that Buckbeak is fluent in English - the only reason he hasn\'t spoken in any of the Harry Potter books is because he was suffering from a rather nasty bout of laryngitis) and the hippogriff told her to forget the ungrateful Potions Master and come to Spain. So she jumped on his back and they soared away. Well fancy that! And here I was thinking that she\'s pining away in a derelict house somewhere. Hmmph. Some people. Not even a postcard. Hope that clears up your query! Thank you so much for your kind words, I\'m so glad you liked my story! I would really love to hear which sentences you thought were iffy, because I really try hard to keep Snape especially in character. Sometimes when I read my stories over and over I can\'t really criticise it objectively, so I\'d LOVE to hear which bits you thought didn\'t sit very well. Dear me, you must be in a coma after that lengthy explanation! I\'ll send Madame Pomfrey round ;o) heheheheeee xxxxxx

 
Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 08/14/06 Title: Chapter 1: If You Walk Out of that Door

First, I have to say, that is the best author response I have ever read! Absolutely brilliant. I must go read your other Severus/Hermione story. They are my most favorite OTP. So much in fact that I am writing my own story about them, so, I realize what a struggle it can be to keep our wonderful Potions Master completely IC. My story is entirely from his POV as well *sigh*


As I said in my previous review, there were really only a few small things that caught my eye and made me wonder.


"How dare she speak to him in such a way? How DARE she…"

 
Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 08/14/06 Title: Chapter 1: If You Walk Out of that Door

Well phooey . . . something happened to all of my nice words . . . oh well, here I go again. I'll just start from where the other one leaves off.


How dare she speak to him in such a way? How DARE she….


As odd as this is going to sound, this line is almost an over reaction for Severus. I know, I can't believe I just said that either! I imagine him as being more surprised than anything at the way Hermione is speaking to him. While I am sure that she has quite candid with him since they seemed to have had some sort of relationship going on, I doubt she ever crossed the line and screamed uncontrollably at him.


‘Who am I kidding?’


This sentence seems a little too informal for Severus. His speech is typically more formal than most and I think that is one of the reasons he can be such a hard character to write. I can imagine him saying this if he is utterly and completely downtrodden (which we find out later that he is) but at the same time, it is still a little too common for Severus.


Rereading the last lines again makes my heart break all over for our poor Potions Master. You really did a splendid job in expressing the emotions of an emotionalless man. And I think I just made up my own word there.

Author's Response: Hehee! I\'m glad you enjoyed my reply =), and my correspondence with Hermione was actually the first time that I\'ve owled a message before. I don\'t recommend it though - the bloody bird\'s beak nearly ripped my fingers to pieces.
Anyway!
You\'re completely right, Hermione has never crossed the line or screamed at Severus before, which is why she \'gasped at her own rudeness/ was afraid to look at him\' etc. So I think she\'s really taking a big risk by flaring up like this. I think it\'s her way of showing just how much this means to her, if she\'s willing to put everything on the line like that.
It\'s interesting that you commented on the \'\'Who am I kidding?\' line. When I was writing the story, I was at one point going to change his words to \'What am I trying to prove?\' or something much more formal, because I thought that this would sound much more like the type of thing that Severus would say.
The reason I kept it so informal was because I think that this is the exact point in the story at which Severus \'breaks down\' if you like (but not in a dramatic, all-over-the-place kind of way). He isn\'t Severus anymore, and there isn\'t a barrier between what\'s inside his heart and what\'s inside his head. So that\'s why I purposely kept that wording. Also, and this is probably a bad thing, I\'d grown quite accustomed to the words so I just got used to them and didn\'t look at them objectively.
But now, reading it again, I see exactly what you mean, and I can see how you would think \'Severus would never say that!\' What\'s more, now I think about it, \'kidding\' probably isn\'t even in his vocabulary! So how can a word that I\'ve just shoved in his mouth, and that he probably doesn\'t even know exists, express what he\'s feeling?! Ah me, I think it\'s just bad judgement on my part.
Oh my god, does all that just sound like arty-farty nonsense? Hehehehee!! I hope there\'s some sense in there somewhere! (Men in white coats approaching)
And if that hasn\'t bored you to tears, let me tell you about my childhood....

Hehehee! Thank you so much for taking the time to reply back, I really appreciate it! And don\'t be silly - of course emotionalless is a word. Peeves just told me.
So it must be true.
Only, he said that there\'s a \'z\' in there somewhere.

 

The Lady Loves Her Will by whatapotter
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 24]

Summary: The war is over, Voldemort is dead at last, and the Wizarding World is rejoicing. Hermione, however, doesn't feel like celebrating. Sitting out by the Black Lake one night, she is joined by the most unexpected, but not entirely unwelcome, person.

Categories: Hermione/Snape Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 2509 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
08/21/06 Updated: 09/03/06


Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 10/31/06 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Just had to make a correction to MoonCat's review. Hermione would not graduate Hogwarts when she is 17 because they don't go back for their seventh year, therefore she would graduate when she is older.

I do love this story darling. It is wonderful as always.

Author's Response: Lol, Amy! Thanks very much darling - you just made me feel lots better. Can\'t believe you came back to read this story again! xx

 
Reviewer: RedheadedWeasley Signed
Date: 10/31/06 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

oops ... I meant MoonFang not MoonCat. *sheepish grin*

Author's Response: Lol! *hugs* xx

 
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