Name: Rummy reviewed Chapter 1 on Jan 09, 2014 10:34 am
That was very cute. Lovely story

Author's Response: Thank you, I'm so glad you liked it. :)
Name: Anise reviewed Chapter 1 on Jan 07, 2014 05:09 pm
LOVE!! This one had everything: great characterizations of Draco and Ginny, a believable scenario, someone having a HAPPY holiday, and sweet reconciliation. Fluff at its finest, with just enough of an edge. Yay.

Author's Response: Haha, yes! I love checking all the boxes. *fist pumps*

Thanks so much, glad you enjoyed reading. ;)

Name: idreamofdraco reviewed Chapter 1 on Jan 06, 2014 04:52 am
Draco's stubbornness about the situation, which he doesn't understand because of his power and doesn't WANT to understand because of his class, is so, soooo in character, I love it. Also the fact that he won't just repair broken furniture with magic.

The way Ginny broke up with Draco was perfect. Your dialogue is awesome. And there were some really clever, funny things that I can't find anymore but were awesome nonetheless.

Everything about it reminded him of Ginny, which would explain why Draco still had a crick in his neck after falling asleep on the plush sofa where she preferred to sit. Again.

;_; Poor, Draco. It's a good thing he doesn't let his stubbornness ruin a perfectly good relationship!

That I've read (which, admittedly, isn't a whole, whooole lot), I think you write the most in-character Draco and Ginny ever. Or maybe your Draco and/or Ginny most resemble mine, or what I want mine to look like. (Def what I want mine to look like.)

So, you know, good job and stuff. I like it. :D

Author's Response: For the record, reviews from idod will always be my favourite. u_u

I want to know all the really clever, funny things! Your homework is to find them all and tell me in great detail about how awesome I am. Haha!

Anyway, great minds think alike and all that. I am intensely flattered that you think my characterisation is so accurate (though sometimes I really do think those two are terrible at slotting into canon. C'est la vie!).

Thank you for reading and reviewing!


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