Reviews For Problematic
Name: TIMECASE reviewed Chapter 1 on Jul 23, 2011 09:18 pm
...Maybe you should go further with this. I feel as if I'm missing something here, something that would bring this all together. It's too segmented, too far apart.
Name: ablaze reviewed Chapter 1 on Dec 09, 2008 10:49 am
uhm. what?
Name: Nameless reviewed Chapter 1 on May 18, 2008 04:19 pm
Very good.
Name: Mollie reviewed Chapter 1 on Jun 19, 2007 01:07 am
Well, if the previous one was cryptic... I am still slightly puzzled. I wish that you had more of what was going on in Ginny's mind, like maybe after she had left his room. Anyway, it was very well written, though!!!
Name: Moonyk reviewed Chapter 1 on Nov 21, 2006 04:04 am
Ive read this 3 times now I think and maybe Im just thick but I still don't understand it. Could someone spell it out for me???
Name: saucy reviewed Chapter 1 on Sep 25, 2006 02:37 pm
Kind of confused me, but it is very well written and I liked it.
Name: Hajra reviewed Chapter 1 on Sep 11, 2006 08:45 am
i really liked this fic' I love they way you've portrayed Draco! x
Name: LovesFantasy reviewed Chapter 1 on Sep 10, 2006 04:32 am
Goodness!! That certainly leaves you wanting more! Very nice one-shot. I love the detail and the atmosphere you've created here. I love that you manage description without being wordy or obvious about it. You write as though it's effortless.

I loved the robe; so much is said there without bluntly explaining anything. Again, great story! You really are one of my favorite authors!!
Name: Rainpuddle reviewed Chapter 1 on Sep 10, 2006 04:05 am
Again, another major departure from the norm. This time the story is spilling over with raw emotion and uncertainities. I don't know who I feel for more here because they are both losers in this situation. I do like how you kept it so cryptic still because that is the power of the emotions comes from.
Name: Embellished reviewed Chapter 1 on Sep 10, 2006 03:56 am
This is still somewhat cryptic, but I have a much better sense of what is going on than in the original version. I love the line, "You hurt me"--it has so many levels of meaning.
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