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Review:Toujours Padfoot says:
This was lovely, Amanda. It was so sad because he could feel the rejection, the hopelessness, the loss of what might have been between him and Hermione. But it was also very powerful because even though he knew he probably wasn't going to get the girl, he would do anything to keep her alive. To the oblivious Hermione, sitting in Hogwarts so very far away, that doesn't sound like much - but it's a symbol Krum needs to carry him to the finish line. She's his fuel, his flag, his "someone worth fighting for", and I'd like to think that he returned for the Battle of Hogwarts and ripped a few men limb from limb with Hermione's safety in mind.

He's a simple-minded man, in a few aspects - one of those men who are driven by goals and a very strong moral code. His bravery and protectiveness really shone here, as well as the difference between him and Karkaroff - who was a quivering little coward. Maybe if there had been no Ron, or maybe if they'd had different lives, Viktor and Hermione could've tried out a real relationship; but I think he knew deep down that it wasn't really in the cards for him.

Maybe Rose Weasley and Krum Jr. in the next Triwizard Tournament, eh?

The descriptions were absolutely beautiful, and I felt every single emotion. Really well done.


Author's Response: Aww, Sarah! So kind of you to come by :)

Krum is kind of sweet under all the bruises and muscles, isn't he? I really liked the way he melted over Hermione in canon, and I agree that he would probably be willing to put his brawn to work if it meant that she would be safe. He is really simple, and I'm glad you saw a definite contrast between him and Karkaroff, who is just plain despicable.

Oh my, Krum, Jr. and Rose. Well, it would be a nice break from the constant stream of ScoRoses, wouldn't it? Hah.

I'm so pleased that you liked the imagery, but even more so that the emotion came through. My pieces tend to be pretty emotionally driven, and I'm always happy to see an appreciative reader.

Thanks again, so very much!


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