Wow, this is amazing! I love Remus/Tonks fics, and this is definitly one of my personal favourites now!
The way you describe Remus' feelings is what really put this story ina different catorgary than the rest, it feels much more true than other fics where Remus would probably be portrayed as 'angry' and 'sad'. Not only are those words two small and nowhere near powerful enough, they don't seem as accurate, especially when compared with what you used; 'rage' and 'humilitaion'- it makes it seem much more realistic and, to be honest, it made me think- of course Remus would be humiliated, he'd just been serioulsy berated by one of his best friends sons! So, that being a main point, just wanted to say that its appreciated all the thinking that must of gone on for Remus' feelings to be made so clear, in a style which appears effortless but is really deep. So, basically (because I'm rambling) I like the fact you choose accurate feelings, not just the obvious ones but the hidden ones too, that you have to think about to find.
The description is great too, the way its just added in just makes the text flow so well, I love it!
The actual plot was really thought out too, loved the way that Tonks accepted Remus again, and the way you depicted both charactors was similer to J.K's basic moulds- I hate it when charactors are out of charactor!
So, thanks for putting such an epic story up, loved it and its given me something to think about too-now going to try and think about my charactors feelings and actions more, so again, thanks for teaching me that :D
Overall, an amazing, insightful, epic, incredible one shot.
Author's Response: Wow, thank you so much! This review really thrilled me - I hardly ever get long reviews, so it really made my day. I do think Remus would have been feeling a lot more strongly than he's often depicted. He's just roiling with emotion at that point in the books, almost to the point of madness (even Harry notices), and he doesn't keep it in terribly well. I like Remus, I think he's too hard on himself, but running out on his wife was a pretty crappy thing to do, really. Understandable, given his mindset, but I'm glad Tonks forgave him.
Thank you again for reviewing! I'm really glad you liked it!