Penname: Nonna Minerva [Contact]
Real name: Francesca
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Summary: Tonks remembers the night so clearly, the night he had died and the war was still to be fought. poor Harry, he took it hard, but even as they were all upstairs in the hospital wing, Tonks managed to despair about her love. Her love which will last forever. No matter what.

Categories: Remus/Tonks Genre: Warnings: Book 7 Disregarded

Word count: 1362 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
08/14/05 Updated: 08/14/05

Reviewer: Nonna Minerva Signed
Date: 08/09/06 Title: Chapter 1: True Love Will Last Forever

Hi, my name is Francesca and I loved your story.
Id like to translate it for an Italian site http, but I need your permission before doing it.
If you agree, I can send you all the reviews the Italian translation gets.

This is my e-mail:
Ill wait for an answer before starting with my work.

Please write soon. Francesca alias NonnaMinerva

Author's Response: Thank you! That would be amazing!

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