Name: soundspretty reviewed 27, Female, Pureblood on Jan 26, 2016 09:38 am
It would only make sense that Draco is the office gossip. I loved this! Just the right amount of humor and banter.
Name: Desertisle reviewed 27, Female, Pureblood on Dec 28, 2015 07:13 pm
This so fun to read and also so funny! Kudos :).
Name: PaintTheSkyRed reviewed 27, Female, Pureblood on Dec 15, 2015 09:15 pm
I loved this so much!!! Draco was very swoon worthy and I loved their witty banter.
Name: balencestochexi reviewed 27, Female, Pureblood on Aug 22, 2015 08:21 pm
Loved it! :)
Name: Anise reviewed 27, Female, Pureblood on Oct 05, 2014 02:38 pm
And here it is! A review, yay!

This one was so much fun to read...

“If the Muggle-Worthy Excuse Committee is so beneath you, then don’t bother coming to our meetings,” Ginny said sweetly as she turned to leave.

Favorite line, definitely.

I love how Draco keeps interfering with Ginny's dates!! I'm not sure if she knows what's going on, or if she's determined not to let him get to her, or...?

When the elf mentions something about Draco's "lady visitors", I think I start to understand why Ginny wasn't willing to take him seriously when he made the original offer... she would have reason to believe that he wasn't interested in her as anything more than another conquest.
I love the way that they come to an understanding in a way before they finally have sex. She honestly tells him that she doesn't compromise, and the reader gets the feeling that if he says or does anything to make her believe that she's nothing more than another conquest, she will kick him out-- even at that point.

LOVE the ending with the jogging pants!

Overall, such a fun read. :)
Name: Silvryn reviewed 27, Female, Pureblood on Oct 03, 2014 07:36 am
Oh how fun and full of humor :-) A delightful little story. I really liked their serious intimate moment too. Draco wanting to be important to her. Aww.
Name: TwistedPixie reviewed 27, Female, Pureblood on Sep 29, 2014 08:43 am
Fan-tas-tic!! Good god, that was wonderful. So witty and funny and hot! The characterisation was very well written, Ginny was my favourite but I did like Draco submitting the memo's for everyone to know about Ginny's love life - very good! And my favourite bit was her interrogating the house elf, that is definitely what I imagine Draco's house elves to be like when confronted with women coming out the floo!

The one thing that I would have liked to have seen more of, is Ginny when she changes her mind about Draco. It felt a bit rushed at the time, but you did lead up to it, with her having a crush on him earlier on. Apart from that, a very enjoyable story. Thank you :) xx
Name: Anise reviewed 27, Female, Pureblood on Sep 26, 2014 06:06 pm
YAY!! A new fic!! Review coming soon. :)
Name: idreamofdraco reviewed 27, Female, Pureblood on Sep 26, 2014 05:38 am
As I said the first time I reviewed this summer, or maybe when I was beta-ing, I love how Stephen is basically Harry, like, that’s the kind of guy that Ginny is going for. “Dependable” and “wholesome.” XD I particularly love the contrast between Stephen’s wholesome image in his photo, and then immediately after, Draco’s unwholesome smile. And of course, Draco shortening Stephen’s name on purpose! Just to be needling. What a git. And “she wondered if [Stephen] needed glasses,” omg. Now, that would just complete the Harry picture! Poor Ginny can’t help herself when it comes to Harry.

*shakes fist at Percy* Speaking of gits. The attention you pay to slut-shaming and double standards between men and women really make this story. Draco and Ginny’s banter is awesome, the tension between them also awesome, but I don’t think this story would be complete or… right if you didn’t address the feminist issues involved.

//Draco leant down and kissed her hard, effectively wiping away her smile. “This is important, to me,” he told her, and with the way he was pressed all along her body she knew exactly what this was. “You’re important,” his fingers brushed gently along her cheekbone, before his hands cupped her face. “I want to be important to you, too.”//

Omg. Could you write a more swoon-worthy Draco?? If all this had been written this past summer, I definitely would have voted for your Draco for the I’d Tap That Draco award, omg.

//Ginny made a show of biting her lip and grimacing, “Your pants were tackled to the ground by a team of Aurors earlier this morning, when they refused to stop running laps around the fountain - the monogram was a dead giveaway that they were yours. In fact, I think it would be fair to say that Harry Potter has his hands down your pants today.”//

Omg. Like, I’m sitting at work trying not to grin my face off in case my coworkers think I’m a loon. This was amazing. I loved the original version, of course, but the expanded parts were marvelous. I particularly liked the Woo Woo section of the story. ;) I just don’t even know what to say. I really loved everything about this, top to bottom. You are such a fantastic writer and I am so glad to see that you’ve been writing more because the internet needs more of your writing.

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