I absolutely loved your story, it was so well thought out and vivid! Please send the originial chapter to email@example.com. Thanks, and keep writing!
That was a great first chapter! I loved how you tied in the wedding into your story. Since it'll probably be another year before book 7 is released, it's nice to try to figure out what will happen the summer after HBP. Great job! I'd be honored if you would check out the first two chapters of my story, Love, Lost and Found in the Harry/Ginny genre.
Very cute! It seems fairly plausible that this could have happened in Halfblood Prince, all those moments when Harry leaves the pair of them alone...
Great story! I'd always wanted to see some kind of actual argument between Ron and Hermione over Viktor, and I like how you tied Harry and his "feelings" into the mix.
Okay...when I was about half-way through at first I was going to say that this was a great fic but far-fetched. I was going to say that it reminded me of the Prisoner of Azkaban movie moments with Ron and Hermione near the Shrieking Shack (I loved that part), but now that I'm done...Well, you put a very interesting twist on the end. It's almost believable, but I don't think JKR would have tortured Hermione and Ron more than what was in the books. A memory charm was a clever idea though--good job!
Author's Response: Thanks. JKR wouldn\'t have tortured them in writing, but she leaves that times when Harry wasn\'t with them to the imagination. One can only wonder what had happened....and I, being the horrible, cynical person I am ;], I love to put my characters through loss and pain.
After her first kiss with Ron, Hermione asks Ginny for advice. What follows is a lesson in the things we do for love.
This three part story was written pre-HBP, when the future looked, if not exactly rosy, at least not that dreadful shade of Lavender that coloured the Potterverse in the sixth book.
* Rated for snogging ^_~*
Great story! You balanced the dialouge and the detail very well and it sounded a lot like Hermione was talking in one of the books themselves.
Author's Response: That is an awesome compliment and really made my day! Thank you for that, and for reading the story. ^_^
I have to tell you that this was one of the best one-shots that I have ever read on mugglenet. I loved all your detail, and I think you did a good job of portraying the characters in a way that j.k. rowling would be proud of! Great work!
Author's Response: Thank you so much for your kind and heartfelt words. They truly mean a lot! I appreciate the time you took to read and review the story. This site wouldn\'t be possible without people like you!
Very crafty! I liked it. I really thought it was Hermione crying her eyes out until the end. Now, looking back over it, I can see that she never would have said "you-know-who business" and that she and Ron weren't dating so they couldn't keep going out. But the Yule Ball ideas and the "pretty and popular" friend referring to either Ginny or Parvati was nicely done.
Author's Response: Thank you! I\'m glad I managed to bluff you with the ambiguous clues to start with. :)
That was so incredibly well written! Congratulations on your win, you certainly earned it!
Very well-written! I really enjoyed reading this piece!
Definitely an interesting look into Hermione's brain at the time of the Battle of Hogwarts.
That was really sweet! I liked the way you marked the passage of time and went into the future.
Author's Response: Ha, I like that too, and thanks for the review!
That was very well-written. It seemed like it could have come out of Half-Blood Prince.
Author's Response: Woo-hoo! That\'s what I was going for - thank you! :D
Once again very good. I liked the dialogue for being so realistic!
Author's Response: Thank you - I\'m so glad! :D I worked really hard to make it sound like an actual conversation! :)
I hope you continue the piece soon!
Author's Response: Thanks! :D I\'ve actually had the story finished for awhile, but this last chapter is having a hard time finding its way out of the que! lol. Soon though! :)