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Tuesday 26th February 2008 10:09
Num. of Reviews: 110
|Just about perfect--sweet and warm and comfortable. Thanks.|
Saturday 1st December 2007 09:02
Num. of Reviews: 191
Sunday 9th September 2007 23:42
Num. of Reviews: 4
|This was so sweet. I loved it. |
Monday 20th August 2007 04:32
Num. of Reviews: 1157
|This is a lovely story. You are a real romantic and I really love the stories you write. I wish I had a love like this. Thanks for writing. To eveyone out there that have this kind of love, thank God for your blessings. p|
Thursday 21st June 2007 12:03
Num. of Reviews: 79
|This is a lovely short fic. |
I started reading Heal the Pain months ago at SIYE and just found that you'd finished it here. I'll be getting back to it.
Thanks for sharing your work. I've enjoyed it.
Wednesday 7th September 2005 09:23
Num. of Reviews: 112
|brilliant!i liked it.
Monday 11th July 2005 07:16
Num. of Reviews: 508
|"Who,s to say we can,t start over again?"Indeed! What a wonderful attitude,and as magic folk and muggles all know, it,s never too late to start over. A simply amazing and poignant fic. So beautiful.Thank-you.|
Thursday 16th June 2005 18:55
Num. of Reviews: 35
|What a sweet story. I really liked the hair brush theme throughout the
story. I particularly liked this line at the end of the story:|
"You still do," she said fondly, but the note of sadness was still there. "Do they have to grow up so quickly, Harry?"
"Not as quickly as we had to," he said softly. "And for that I will be forever grateful."
I do have to agree with the other reviewer about the number of children -- they're definitely destined for a huge family.
Thursday 16th June 2005 09:46
Num. of Reviews: 14
Very sweet and well written. I like the little insinuation at the end. Subtle and quite funny. I love the symbolism of the hairbrush, as I can imagine that happening to any number of people, but more so because you connected the stories so beautifully with the brush. I think I'm going to have to read some more!
Wednesday 15th June 2005 18:46
Num. of Reviews: 77
|awww that was wonderful and touching. i loved it...great job
Wednesday 15th June 2005 18:31
Num. of Reviews: 1
What a beautiful story. You made me cry.
Wednesday 15th June 2005 14:33
Num. of Reviews: 13
I'm so glad you have posted this story here. It's one of my favourite short stories but the more I read it the more I would like to know what other kind of adventures this mature Harry and Ginny might have. I should imagine that any would-be DEs would find them most formidable enemies. Love the story, but then you know that.
Wednesday 15th June 2005 00:33
Num. of Reviews: 12
|Thank you.. that was exactly the perfect thing to read after a long day, right before bed.|
I believe this is the first time that I've smiled all day. Thank you.
Tuesday 14th June 2005 21:33
Num. of Reviews: 57
That was beeeaaauuutttiiiful
Tuesday 14th June 2005 18:50
Num. of Reviews: 20
|Now that was a great little one-shot. I really liked the way you
captured the feelings of Harry and the way you presented the time
Tuesday 14th June 2005 18:42
Num. of Reviews: 40
Good lord you've gotten a bright new start off havn't you after MONTHS without my angst fix *grin* great job please more when you have a few free minutes
Tuesday 14th June 2005 18:22
Num. of Reviews: 372
|Very well done! Brava! Very believable -- well, except for Harry & Ginny having only 2 children. :-)
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